Children around the world are forced into child labour, the sex trade and armed conflict. Go deeper and learn more.
“During and after the war, the children, like me, experienced a lot—things that children shouldn’t have to go through.” – Fatmire Feka, Kosovo (Founded Kids Club for Peace at age 11)
Facts and Stats on Child Protection
Statistics and information about child protection and development.
What is Child Protection? (video)
Carleen McGuinty, World Vision’s policy advisor on Child Protection, talks about what child protection really means.
Stories from the Field
Get to know the faces behind the facts with videos and stories of former child soldiers, sexually exploited children and child labourers.
What World Vision is Doing
Learn how World Vision is responding in communities around the world to improve child protection.
Group Activity: Landmine Trust Walk
Long after brutal armed conflicts have ended, landmines continue the legacy of death and destruction. Children are often the ones who pay the price. This activity introduces participants to the experience of living in an area with landmines.
Drawing Activity: Cartooning in Conflict
Cartooning in Conflict is an exhibit of cartoons by world famous cartoonists. The focus of the exhibit is the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Check out some of the artwork and submit your own!