Lydia Vadgama
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"I use the books to improve my knowledge... and as a result, my performance and concentration have improved. I have a better understanding of the rights of the children of Palestine. I would like to volunteer to serve my society, to change it and develop it" Angham, 11, Palestine. Read his story: http://www.childreach.org.uk/projects/library-peace

"I use the books to improve my knowledge... and as a result, my performance and concentration have improved. I have a better understanding of the rights of the children of Palestine. I would like to volunteer to serve my society, to change it and develop it" Angham, 11, Palestine. Read his story: http://www.childreach.org.uk/projects/library-peace

"I now understand that to be heard is my right, despite of being a girl." Ahadi, 11, Tanzania.     Read her story: http://www.childreach.org.uk/projects/my-school-my-voice-tanzania

"I now understand that to be heard is my right, despite of being a girl." Ahadi, 11, Tanzania. Read her story: http://www.childreach.org.uk/projects/my-school-my-voice-tanzania

Before joining Balsena, Daksha was a shy girl who left school after 7th standard. She went on to become Balsena President, and thanks to Shaishav’s help, is now studying at 10th standard. Read her story: http://www.childreach.org.uk/projects/children-charge-change

Before joining Balsena, Daksha was a shy girl who left school after 7th standard. She went on to become Balsena President, and thanks to Shaishav’s help, is now studying at 10th standard. Read her story: http://www.childreach.org.uk/projects/children-charge-change

"My dad always tells me: ‘the future is you’. My father’s from a village where no-one had education. He gave up his opportunities to educate his younger brother. Despite this help, my Uncle has questioned my Dad on why he bothers educating his daughters. It’s a waste of money, he says. But my dad is great, he fights back and says: ‘listen, it’s my money not yours, I want to support my girls, I don’t care what you say’." Ambika, 17, India http://www.childreach.org.uk/projects/save-girl-child

"My dad always tells me: ‘the future is you’. My father’s from a village where no-one had education. He gave up his opportunities to educate his younger brother. Despite this help, my Uncle has questioned my Dad on why he bothers educating his daughters. It’s a waste of money, he says. But my dad is great, he fights back and says: ‘listen, it’s my money not yours, I want to support my girls, I don’t care what you say’." Ambika, 17, India http://www.childreach.org.uk/projects/save-girl-child

In my second year of university I lead my team up Mount Kilimanjaro, Tanzania. what a wonderful experience and I met so many amazing people, especially the guides who got us to Uhuru peak! Biggest achievement of my life! If you fancy doing that, why not become a challenge leader- find out more by clicking the link http://www.childreach.org.uk/lead-team

In my second year of university I lead my team up Mount Kilimanjaro, Tanzania. what a wonderful experience and I met so many amazing people, especially the guides who got us to Uhuru peak! Biggest achievement of my life! If you fancy doing that, why not become a challenge leader- find out more by clicking the link http://www.childreach.org.uk/lead-team

Lead a team across the Atlas Mountains in Morocco! Fantastic way to learn new skills, meet new people, add to your CV and have the trip of a lifetime! Find out more by visiting http://www.childreach.org.uk/lead-team

Lead a team across the Atlas Mountains in Morocco! Fantastic way to learn new skills, meet new people, add to your CV and have the trip of a lifetime! Find out more by visiting http://www.childreach.org.uk/lead-team

Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania

Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania

"I dream of being a tailor, and sewing lots of different types of designs and materials...Every day we practice on the sewing machines. This should give me the help I need to get better, and then go on to spend my life earning my own way as a tailor. Here, I feel like I am on a better path, like I am going somewhere.” Diana, Tanzania. Read her story: http://www.childreach.org.uk/projects/enabling-deaf-young-adults-be-socially-and-economically-independent

"I dream of being a tailor, and sewing lots of different types of designs and materials...Every day we practice on the sewing machines. This should give me the help I need to get better, and then go on to spend my life earning my own way as a tailor. Here, I feel like I am on a better path, like I am going somewhere.” Diana, Tanzania. Read her story: http://www.childreach.org.uk/projects/enabling-deaf-young-adults-be-socially-and-economically-independent

"I love being a girl. I think anything is possible, I think I can do anything". Singari, 15, India. Read her story: http://www.childreach.org.uk/projects/save-girl-child

"I love being a girl. I think anything is possible, I think I can do anything". Singari, 15, India. Read her story: http://www.childreach.org.uk/projects/save-girl-child

Hold a tarantula in aid of Childreach International! Scary! but amazing!

Hold a tarantula in aid of Childreach International! but amazing!

Record a CD in aid of Childreach International- such an amazing idea!

Record a CD in aid of Childreach International- such an amazing idea!

Shave your head in aid of Childreach International - and donate your hair along the way!

Shave your head in aid of Childreach International - and donate your hair along the way!

Children sing about their rights in Tanzania #ChildreachInt

Children from Childreach International's My School My Voice club at Marangoo Primary School in Moshi, Tanzania singing about their rights in April For .

This is all about children singing about their rights in Tanzania!

Children from Childreach International's My School My Voice club at Marangoo Primary School in Moshi, Tanzania singing about their rights in April For .