One year ago, Agnes was working at a dumpsite, collecting trash to help her family survive. Now, she's flourishing at school and pursuing dreams to become a pilot. But for 200 million children around the world who have to work to survive, your help is still needed.
Watch the video to see an update from Agnes, and donate below to help support the millions of other kids who deserve the same opportunity.
When we first met Agnes in 2019, she was working with her family at a dumpsite in Nairobi, Kenya. At just 8 years old, Agnes had to work all day collecting trash to support her family. Even though she dreamed of going to school, she had no choice but to help her family.
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A quality education can open up a world of opportunities for all children, especially those living in poverty. This is not just true of Kenya, but for millions of children around the world who don't have what they need to succeed. Together, we can create a better future for children living in poverty.
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