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Hello, my name is Joyce

  Age 6 Democratic Republic of the Congo
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  I am a boy
  I am 6 years old
My birthday is on 17/3/2011
  I live in Loma, Democratic Republic of the Congo
  I speak Ekonda
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Joyce's community is about 130km from Kinshasa, the capital. About 21,560 people live here. Child and mother mortality is high because of problems like HIV/AIDS and waterborne diseases. Many children under five are malnourished, and there is poor access to basic health services and safe water. Schools are poorly equipped, and many students drop out. Illiteracy is high among youths and adults. In general, income levels are low. Children’s rights are often ignored by the community.
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Through our special focus on children, World Vision works with communities for about 15 years, empowering children, families and communities to break the cycle of poverty.

 
Through Child Sponsorship, we ensure communities have access to clean drinking water and sanitation.
 
We work to prevent diseases and give medical access to communities through Child Sponsorship.Through Child Sponsorship, World Vision Malaysia teaches children and communities life skills in food and agriculture.
We give children the opportunity to learn in schools, helping them to break free from poverty.We provide job and skill training to improve the community's livelihood through economic opportunities.

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