Do the parents of the sponsored child really sign the "Sponsorship Consent"? Or, as The New York Times reported, Othman, who just kept being photographed without knowing he was in a sponsorship program. Assuming that there is a signed consent form, is there any mechanism to examine what kind of children can be registered as "sponsored children"? If I smoke, drink and drive, and my family is not bad, is it suitable to be a "sponsored child"? Why does the Albanian boy involved seem to be unaware of the existence of Hong Kong sponsors? Are the letters that Mr. Law, the sponsor in Hong Kong, has received over the years, really from the child who wrote them and sent them? When promoting the Sponsored Children Program, have you clearly explained to the sponsors that your donation is not directly to the children in question, but is used to promote community projects that benefit children in the entire area? Did the sponsor make the decision to donate knowingly?
(Editor's note: World Vision Hong popular database Kong issued a statement in response to the "Case of Sponsored Children in Albania") Related articles in the series: World Vision's sponsorship doubts: Donors are curious to check the "recipient" IG, smoke and drink and show off famous cars Is child sponsorship a scam? From an investigative report in The New York Times Charities in Hong Kong: MSF public donations fell by 17%, the Society for the Protection of Children did not upload the latest annual report What exactly does Vision's "community building" do? (The title was prepared by the editor, the original title: "A Sponsored Child is a Mier?
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