Daddy’s Girl

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Five-year-old Dayana Marcado Narvaez thrives at her preschool in Cocibolca, Nicaragua. Standing on the sidelines cheering her on is her father—her biggest fan. 

Dayana’s teacher glows as she tells Miguel what a great student his daughter is. “I feel really proud of her,” says Miguel. As a sponsored child, Dayana is on an educational path that wasn’t open to him in his childhood. 

In Nicaragua, as in many countries, lack of education isn’t just a children’s issue. Children who don’t attend school grow up to be adults without basic education, which impacts their ability to hold a job or provide for their families. 

Photo©2014 World Vision, Eugene Lee

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