We aspire to live in a world free from violence, where all children have a voice and the ability to achieve their full potential.
That's why an important part of our work is to educate children on their rights, and ensure they understand the channels to turn to if, and when, their rights are not upheld in their communities.
One way we have worked to give children a platform for expressing their views is through Small Voices, Big Dreams (SVBD), one of the world's largest child surveys. SVBD takes into account the voices of thousands of children globally, on issues that matter most to them.
We have also implemented a new programme in some ChildFund communities, called Child Friendly Accountability. This methodology gives children the tools they need to ensure their rights are being protected.
In honour of the 30th anniversary of the United Nations' Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC), we asked children to identify one article from the convention that applied to their lives and create a work of art that they would like to share with ChildFund supporters.
Below, Sujantha and Thang have shared their stories, and how adults can ensure that their rights are protected.