Boy hitting a cricket ball
A good life

You have the right to a good home where you can develop, feel safe and feel good and get help with your studies.

Children in low-income families have less access to all of this than children in high-income families. Around 400 million children in the world live in poverty and the number is expected to increase in coming years due to the Covid pandemic. Millions of children live in homelessness, some live alone or with other children on the streets.

Samuel and Adelia learn to read and write in Braille, a special language for those who are blind or have a visual impairment. Learn how Samuel was abandoned but later got some of his eye sight back!
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