In Mongolia, Dulamsuren Boldbaatar, 12, milks goats.
The goats line up to be roped together. When they are finished with milking, the family members carry buckets of milk back to their ger, the traditional round house where they live.
The family’s livelihood depends on the size and health of their herds. When a blizzard wiped out most of the family's livestock, leaving them destitute, World Vision gave them a gift of 20 lambs. Now the family is thriving.
Dulamsuren understands that her ability to go to school was made possible through the gift of lambs.
Her dreams are now taking shape.
“Without animals,” she says simply. “I have no dreams.”
Photo©2015 World Vision, Jon Warren