Sing It Out


Jon Warren brings us face to face with children supported by World Vision's Child-Friendly Spaces program in Bangladesh.

In a World Vision Child-Friendly Space in Jessore, Bangladesh, children sing the national anthem with gusto. Just across the street, these boys live with their mothers in a brothel, where their mothers earn a living. The Child-Friendly Space provides a safe space for the children to learn, sing, and play, and gives mothers peace of mind, knowing their children are well cared for during the day.


Written by Sevil Omer

Photo ©2013 Jon Warren/ World Vision

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