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In South Sudan, Alapi’s family had to leave their community after it was attacked by militants. Alapi had been going to pre-school until the building was destroyed in the fighting.
After they moved, Alapi's mum couldn't afford to send him to nursery school. But now he attends one of our Early Childhood Development centres, where he has the chance to learn, play with his friends and enjoy being a child again.
"These new skills will help me to rebuild my own home and other houses in my community."
In Nepal, 21-year-old Shrijana was the youngest female mason in her village to join our training programme.
Her family's home was seriously damaged in the earthquake that struck the country in 2015, and they lost most of their food, clothing and household items.
Now, thanks to her training, Shrijana is not just earning money to support her family, she's also working with other masons in the community to rebuild some of the homes that were destroyed in the earthquake.