Our World Vision – thoughts and stories from staff and supporters
31 March 2015 | Posted by Rhonda Hirst | (0) comments
When Rhonda met Syrian refugee Jalel at a World Vision supported remedial education class, she was struck by the fact that each day this five-year-old boy brought most of his daily meal home, to share with his hungry parents.
After a disaster like Cyclone Pam, it's extraordinary how generous people can be in offering supplies for those affected. Unfortunately, organisations like World Vision can't always accept these donated goods - here we explain why, and how you can help in the most effective way.
As four World Vision staff members each prepare to go on maternity leave, they made the decision to throw a baby shower with a difference - enlisting friends and colleagues to pack clean birthing kits for women around the world.
Egg hunts and eating too much chocolate are fond Easter memories for many children - but around the world, other children are trapped in child labour producing the treats we enjoy. Ruth Dearnley shares how you can enjoy ethical chocolate this Easter.
Did you know that March 20th is the International Day of Happiness? It’s a day to celebrate the good things – so we’re sharing stories of people who have reminded us of true happiness.
On this Close the Gap day World Vision’s Graham Tardif reflects on the importance of respectful relationships for improving the well-being of Indigenous Australians.
It's been five days since Cyclone Pam caused destruction and devastation in Vanuatu. World Vision's Chloe Morrison shares what she has seen as people take stock and begin the hard work of rebuilding.