Big Dreamers


Members of a World Vision children’s club in India work to improve their communities and to keep children in school.

The children’s club in Bahalpadar village has cleaned up local schools. They've also visited houses of children who've been irregular in school attendance to meet with their parents and encourage them to support their children in school. So far they’ve helped 15 children get back to school.

Fifteen-year-old Narendra says the three most important needs for his community and its children’s club are: "First, everyone must be educated. Secondly, our villages should be kept clean and neat, and finally, no one should be affected by diseases."

The optimistic children have another goal: to produce a world-class athlete who could represent India in either cricket or football (soccer).


Photo ©2014 Alfred Lin / World Vision

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