Play and Games

All around the world, children love to play! Meet some of the children World Vision works with & see what their favourite games and activities are!
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Who doesn't love a frisbee! This #toy was a gift from the USA to children in #Bolivia.

Who doesn't love a frisbee! This was a gift from the USA to children in

Children play #games, colour in, skip rope and play football in a Child Friendly Space started by #WorldVision in #SouthSudan! Photo by Jon Warren, World Vision

Children play colour in, skip rope and play football in a Child Friendly Space started by in Photo by Jon Warren, World Vision

#Children enjoy the sack race during the Birthday Bounceback! The event is a #celebration for children to experience their #birthdays, as they don't usually experience them at home. Photo by Christine Tenefrancia, #WorldVision

enjoy the sack race during the Birthday Bounceback! The event is a for children to experience their as they don't usually experience them at home. Photo by Christine Tenefrancia,

In #Haiti, these sponsored children had a day of play, #fun and #games, and even received some gifts too! Photo by Georges Maurice Saintilaire, #WorldVision

In these sponsored children had a day of play, and and even received some gifts too! Photo by Georges Maurice Saintilaire,

Check out this great playground in #Uganda! Photo by Ilana Rose, World Vision

Check out this great playground in Photo by Ilana Rose, World Vision

“I can see sport brings us energy and motivates us to work harder. And everything boys can do, girls also can,” says Sean.  For these young women in #Cambodia, their volleyball team is a way to unite young people and break the negative mindset about girls in their community. With support from World Vision, each week they play sport together and promote #genderequality, education, good health and youth #activism amongst their peers. Photo by Cheyrith Un, #WorldVision

“I can see sport brings us energy and motivates us to work harder. And everything boys can do, girls also can,” says Sean. For these young women in #Cambodia, their volleyball team is a way to unite young people and break the negative mindset about girls in their community. With support from World Vision, each week they play sport together and promote #genderequality, education, good health and youth #activism amongst their peers. Photo by Cheyrith Un, #WorldVision

Badal plays with #toys at a #WorldVision centre for children with special needs in #India. "I love the centre and the #teachers who teach me here. They treat me well. They love me and I love them," says Badal.

Badal plays with at a centre for children with special needs in "I love the centre and the who teach me here. They treat me well. They love me and I love them," says Badal.

These children are #Syrian #refugees, forced to flee their homes to escape the #violence in their country. Amongst the chaos of life as a refugee, World Vision’s Child Friendly Space is a safe place for them to #play, #learn and enjoy themselves with a good game of #volleyball! Photo by Elias Abu Ata, #WorldVision

These children are forced to flee their homes to escape the in their country. Amongst the chaos of life as a refugee, World Vision’s Child Friendly Space is a safe place for them to and enjoy themselves with a good game of Photo by Elias Abu Ata,

Little Solenn loved playing with the #toys at the #WorldVision #Child Friendly Space in the aftermath of #TyphoonHaiyan! Photo by Hasanthi Jayamaha, World Vision

Little Solenn loved playing with the at the Friendly Space in the aftermath of Photo by Hasanthi Jayamaha, World Vision

These kids from #Bolivia run and play together on their way to #school! Photo by Jose Luis Roca, #WorldVision

These kids from run and play together on their way to Photo by Jose Luis Roca,


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