Perfect in God’s Eyes


Smiling 11-year-old Pallabi Naskar is a sponsored child in India, member of a World Vision children’s club, and an organization for disabled people started by World Vision.

Born with a a deformed limb, Pallabi was often called “that disabled girl”, and it hurt to be different.

However, her family’s encouragement and confidence building she got from attending World Vision programs raised her sense of self worth.

"All the exposure I have received has increased my level of confidence. I no longer see myself as a victim of disability. I am not alone anymore. I am happy that there are more people around me supporting for the rights of disabled people,” she says.

Pallabi is a sixth grade student who likes studying in school. Her favourite subject is Bengali “because I am Bengali,” she says.

Pallabi wants people to see her as a confident person who can do great things.

“My mother has big dreams for me,” she says. “She once got a vision that I had completed my graduation and got a good job. I want to fulfill that dream.”

©2015 Annila Harris/World Vision


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