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