Youth Volunteers


Albanian youth volunteers encourage each other to “bring hope in a broken world – through love and by being true in Christ.”

On their journey of faith and service, which started before Easter, youth helped their communities by cooking meals for the poorest families and chopping wood for 12 others, so they could have a warmer winter.

On March 8, the youth of Libonik church in the Korça area organized a program for 50 mothers and grandmothers of Libonik village. They showed them how important and valuable they are in  the eyes of the Lord and their community.

The youth also dedicated themselves to a time of spiritual nurture where they prayed and shared about the spiritual and physical needs of their communities.

“If we want to bring hope, we must organize initiatives and act! Only this way we can make a change in this broken world,” says youth volunteer Kostika Korçe.

The six-month journey concluded with a conference where youth came together, accompanied by their pastors and World Vision staff, and shared their experiences. They challenged each other to continue their good work and recruit others.

World Vision works in the three areas where the program was carried out and partners with the churches through its Faith in Development progam.


Photo© 2015 Isiona Disho/World Vision

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