Arts and craft

From the pictures sponsored children draw to the beautiful clothes and jewellery people create to earn an income - see some of the beautiful creations made by people World Vision works with around the world!
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Margaret from #Uganda shows the #paper #bead chains she has made. Margaret is part of a women’s group that make and sell the beads to earn extra #income. Photo by Simon Peter Esaku, #WorldVision

Margaret from shows the chains she has made. Margaret is part of a women’s group that make and sell the beads to earn extra Photo by Simon Peter Esaku,

In #Tanzania, #WorldVision provided support and training for this group of #Maasai women so they could turn their talent for #beading #crafts into a small business. Photo by Jon Warren, World Vision

In provided support and training for this group of women so they could turn their talent for into a small business. Photo by Jon Warren, World Vision

#SouthAfrican children participate in an #art class run by #WorldVision and Mapaseka Mabe. Photo by Eugene Lee, World Vision

children participate in an class run by and Mapaseka Mabe. Photo by Eugene Lee, World Vision

Jinky from the #Philippines shows her #drawing of a #flower. Her school was destroyed during Typhoon Haiyan, so #WorldVision provided space and supplies for children to #play and #learn. Photo by Crislyn Joy Felisilda, World Vision

Jinky from the shows her of a Her school was destroyed during Typhoon Haiyan, so provided space and supplies for children to and Photo by Crislyn Joy Felisilda, World Vision

Abdullah, a 12-year-old #Syrian #refugee, loves drawing in the streets using #water! Photo by Elias Abu Ata, #WorldVision

Abdullah, a loves drawing in the streets using Photo by Elias Abu Ata,

Children in #Japan look at their #artwork on a storage container, which shows off children’s #dreams for the future. The container is full of #emergency supplies like #blankets, generators and portable #toilets, so their community is prepared for #emergencies.

Children in look at their on a storage container, which shows off children’s for the future. The container is full of supplies like generators and portable so their community is prepared for

Sponsored child Badal from #India proudly shows the #colouring he did during class at the #WorldVision centre he attends for child with special needs. "I love the centre and the teachers who teach me here. They treat me well. They love me and I love them," says Badal. #disability Photo by Annila Harris, World Vision

Around the world, people with disabilities often face discrimination as well as the challenges that come with their disability. World Vision is working to create an inclusive society, to help end inequality.

12-year-old Melissa from #Guatemala wants to be an artist when she grows up! Here’s one of her beautiful artworks. Melissa is a #sponsored child, and her family received #chickens and #pigs from #WorldVision to help them earn an income! Photo by Lindsey Minerva, World Vision

Melissa from wants to be an artist when she grows up! Here’s one of her beautiful artworks. Melissa is a child, and her family received and from to help them earn an income! Photo by Lindsey Minerva, World Vision

Lay from #Cambodia and her friends show the #drawings they made using school materials provided by #WorldVision! The kids received everything from #pens, #pencils, #rulers and #notebooks to #soap and #shoes! Photo by Vanndeth Um, World Vision

Lay from and her friends show the they made using school materials provided by The kids received everything from and to and Photo by Vanndeth Um, World Vision

Children in #Bangladesh hold up their #drawings of their favourite #food during an art competition for World #Health Day.

Children in hold up their of their favourite during an art competition for World Day.


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Akhi sits with her mother Jesmin as she learns “#karchupi” #embroidery at a centre in #Bangladesh. With support from #Childsponsorship Akhi is thriving at school and wants to be a teacher – but she still attends #WorldVision centres to learn other useful skills! Photo by Jon Warren, World Vision

Akhi sits with her mother Jesmin as she learns “ at a centre in With support from Akhi is thriving at school and wants to be a teacher – but she still attends centres to learn other useful skills! Photo by Jon Warren, World Vision

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MOST SCHOOL SPIRIT: With gusto, these four pupils at World Vision’s Child-Friendly Space in Jessore, Bangladesh, belt out the country’s national anthem at the beginning of each school day. All four boys are sons of women who work in a brothel just across the alley from the school. But here in this safe place, they are cared for and loved — and they can sing as loud as they like. (©2013 Jon Warren/World Vision)

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BEST DRESSED: William // William Alexander plays a mean violin! The 5-year-old Guatemalan looks dapper and ready to perform in a white, button-down shirt, on-trend short haircut, and his best accessory: confidence. (©2013 Laura Reinhardt/World Vision)

BEST DRESSED: William // William Alexander plays a mean violin! The Guatemalan looks dapper and ready to perform in a white, button-down shirt, on-trend short haircut, and his best accessory: confidence. Laura Reinhardt/World Vision)

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