Throughout the campaign we have seen some great acts of support from celebrities, politicians, influencers and supporters all going above and beyond to make the campaign a success. These people are powerful voices in their community and here we share some of them.
Philippines President Benigno Simeon Cojuangco Aquino III, who was sworn to office in 2010, raises his hand for children all around the world. Courtesy of the Office of the President, Republic of the Philippines. "World Vision has given children a chance to realise their dreams, while also giving those with resources a chance to enrich their lives by helping others. . . let us all be reminded of what more we could do . . . for the Filipino children."
Sylvia Chang - the Taiwanese actress and singer, who has also directed and produced films and is a major force in the Hong Kong film industry, has spent 20 years helping raise awareness around malnutrition. She joins us to raise her hand for child health.
Michel Sidibé - the Executive Director of UNAIDS, the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV and AIDS, and Under-Secretary-General of the United Nations.
Junho Lee - the second-youngest member of Korea's boy band 2PM and 2006 winner of Superstar Survival raises his hand to support the cause.
Christine Fan - a famous singer, was the 30 Hour Famine Ambassador for World Vision Taiwan in 2004 and traveled to Afghanistan. Christine asks you to support Child Health Now!
Amber Kuo - a famous singer and actress, is the 30 Hour Famine Ambassador for World Vision Taiwan in 2012. Amber has been to Kenya and encountered famine in East Africa. Amber invites everyone to join Child Health Now campaign!
Biung Wang - a singer and songwriter, has been to Zimbabwe with World Vision Taiwan. He invites everyone to change the world by joining Child Health Now.
S.H.E (Selina, Hebe, Ella) - the worldwide Taiwanese girl band asks you to help children to survive their 5th birthday by taking action.
Bolin Chen - the well-known Taiwanese actor invites you to help 6.9 million children to survive their 5th birthday by supporting Child Health Now.
Chiling Lin - the Taiwanese super model and actress, raises her hand to support child health. Chiling visited Swaziland with World Vision Taiwan in 2006.
Christopher Lee - the well-known actor and TV host in Singapore and Malaysia raises his hand for children in need.
Bianca Bai - the Taiwanese model and actress raises her hands for Child Health Now to end preventable under-five deaths!
Annie Chen - the Taiwanese model and actress shows her support for Child Health Now, helping children survive their fifth birthday.
Cash Chuang - the Taiwanese actor and model invites you to show your love for children by supporting Child Health Now.
Chris Lee - the Taiwanese model and actor raises his hand to show his support for child health!
Jasmine Curtis-Smith - the Filipino actress and model from Australia shows her support in a photo she sent worldwide by Twitter.
Rendy Lu - the professional tennis player from Taiwan, raises his hand to support child health, helping children under five to survive from preventable deaths.
Dr Peter Mwaba - Permanent Secretary of Zambia's Ministry of Health supports the Global Week of Action.
Sooh-hong Park - the comedian and broadcaster shows his support at a World Vision event in Korea.
Young-ran Jang - the Korean VJ, or video jockey, joins people around the world in raising their hands for child health.
Eun-kyung Choi - the South Korean announcer raises her hand for child health.
Gwang-gi Lee - the South Korean comedian and World Vision goodwill ambassador raises his hand to show his support for ending preventable under-five deaths.
Gwang-ho Hong - the Korean actor and singer joins World Vision and people around the world to support the campaign.
Sae-rom Kim - the Korean supermodel raises her hand at a World Vision event to support the cause.
In-suck Kim - the Korean comedian speaks out for children around the world.
4men - the Korean pop group raise their hands at a World Vision event to support children.
Jae-wook Kim - the Korean comedian raises his hand to speak out for children under age 5.
Valentino Lanus - the actor from Mexico who has fans throughout Latin America and beyond joins a group of children in raising his hands for child health.
Sonia Sui - the Taiwanese model and actress raises her hands to show her support for the Child Health Now campaign and the Global Week of Action.
Jack and Rai - the established musical duo from Singapore show their support for the world's children.
Dr Christine Kaseba Sata - the First Lady of the Republic of Zambia, a passionate advocate for health, raises her hand for the children of Zambia and of the whole world.
Dr Joseph Katema - Zambia's Minister of Community Development, Mother and Child Health, raises his hand for child health.
Professor Nkandu Luo - Zambia's Minister of Chiefs and Traditional Affairs poses with her team to show their support for child health.
Dr Joseph Kasonde - Zambia's Minister of Health raises his hand for the Global Week of Action.
Ms Inonge Wina - Zambia's Minister of Gender supports the Child Health Now campaign.
Tim Maddren - the entertainer, singer and actor from New Zealand and member of the group Hi-5 shows his support for the world's children.
Dayen Zheng - the newest member of Australian children's entertainment group Hi-5 raises her hand for the Global Week of Action.
Casey Burgess - the television actress and member of Hi-5 raises her hand to support the campaign and children around the world.
Lauren Brant - the dancer, singer, actor and model, who makes a difference in children's lives as part of the Hi-5 group, raises her hand.
Stevie Nicholson - the Australian singer and actor and member of Hi-5 since 2007 raises his hand for Child Health Now.
Wu Bai - the Taiwanese rock singer and songwriter behind the band Wu Bai and China Blue raises his hands in support of the campaign. Wu is an official ambassador for the Child Health Now campaign.
Tay Kewei - the Singaporean singer-songwriter, who is known for singing in English, Chinese and Japanese and tours throughout Asia, raises her hand for child health.
Melody Chen - the Singaporean actress, TV presenter, disc jockey and one-time Amazing Race Asia contestant raises her hand and speaks out for child health.
Leehom Wang - a world-renowned Taiwanese singer and actor, was the 30 Hour Famine Ambassador for World Vision Taiwan in 2009. He believes doing charity can be addictive; showing a little bit of care can reach a quite different outcome. We should never underestimate the power in us. Now, Leehom asks you to join Child Health Now.
Mr Mika Ihamuotila - the CEO of a Finnish brand, Marimekko, joined World Vision campaign for child health on Sunday, Nov 11th. He was interviewed on television and he wanted to raise hand for health of Under 5's.
Mr Juha Tapio - a famous Finnish artist joined the campaign during a television interview. One courageous volunteer, Noora Karma, was interviewed in the same program and encouraged more people to participate.
Mr Arto Nyberg - a famous Finnish tv-journalist and talented Finnish magician Ms Noora Karma support the Child Health Campaign.
Blackie - the well known performing artist and host of numerous shows from Taiwan raises his hands for health!
Ning Chang - the Taiwanese actress and Child Health Now ambassador gets creative for the Global Week of Action.
Peter Ho - the Taiwan based American singer and actor, who has released a number of albums and featured in Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon raises his hand for Child Health Now.
Tony Yang - the famous Taiwanese actor and Child Health Now ambassador raises his hand for the Global Week of Action campaign.
Yang Joon-Hyuk - a professional baseball player, formerly of the Samsung Lions, and World Vision Korea goodwill ambassador joins his students in raising their hands for health.
Professor Elwyn Chomba - Zambia's Permanent Secretary for the Ministry of Community Development, Mother and Child Health, raises her hands for the cause.
Dr Margaret Chan - The Director General of the World Health Organisation sends a message of support for the Global Week of Action.
Kyung-wha Kang - the Deputy High Commissioner for the United Nations Human Rights Office pledges her support for the Child Health Now campaign.
Mr António Guterres - the UN High Commissioner for Refugees shows his support for the Global Week of Action.
Ambassador William Lacy Swing - the Director General of the International Organisation of Migraton (IOM) voices his support for the Global Week of Action
Jan Marini & Gerard Pizarras - the celebrity couple from the Philippines speak out for the campaign and children around the world.
Tintin Bersola-Babao - the TV Host, Broadcast journalist and Child Health Now ambassador from the Philippines leads others in a call to raise their hands for health.