Born to Succeed

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Carol Tatiana Ramos Ramirez, 5, attends loves to learn. She attends preschool in Tambo, southern Peru.

Many children in the Peruvian countryside can’t attend government school because they don’t have birth certificates. Without that official paper they may be excluded from other government-run programs, too.

Carol is lucky to have an informal early education center nearby so that she can learn, too. In preschools like this one, teachers are volunteers who receive a small government stipend every month. This preschool received World Vision assistance thanks to a gift from a child sponsor, which will help improve the building’s security and provide new learning games and toys.

Photo©2012 World Vision, Abby Stalsbroten



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