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Clean water is the key to keeping kids healthy

1 September 2014 | Posted by Rajesh Pasupuleti | (0) comments

More children die every day from diseases caused by unsafe water than from AIDS, malaria, and measles combined. World Vision Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Advisor Rajesh highlights the vital importance of helping people access clean water.

The Syrian crisis reaches three million registered refugees.
30th Aug, 2014 | Posted by Admir Bajrami | (0) comments
The Syrian crisis reaches three million registered refugees.

Three million people have now fled the violence in Syria, and the conflict has had a devastating impact on children. World Vision Australia's Admir Bajrami shares his experiences from the field.

World Vision Blog Ambassadors: blogging for a better world
29th Aug, 2014 | Posted by Louise Acheson | (1) comments
World Vision Blog Ambassadors: blogging for a better world

World Vision's Blog Ambassador program is all about supporting our bloggers to write on the issues they are passionate about - to blog for social good.

Valuing the people behind the products
28th Aug, 2014 | Posted by Fiona Taylor | (1) comments
Valuing the people behind the products

In the leadup to Abolitionist Sunday 2014, Melbourne mum Fiona shares how she’s helping her community learn about, and value, the people who make the products we consume.

Celebrating humble heroes on World Humanitarian Day
19th Aug, 2014 | Posted by Rhonda Hirst | (0) comments
Celebrating humble heroes on World Humanitarian Day

On World Humanitarian Day, we celebrate the humble heroes working in emergencies around the world.

World Humanitarian Day: World Vision photographer Lucy Aulich reflects on giving back
19th Aug, 2014 | Posted by Lucy Aulich | (0) comments
World Humanitarian Day: World Vision photographer Lucy Aulich reflects on giving back

Showing people their dignity is the truest form of compassion.

40 Hour Famine: “It takes courage to stand up as leaders and changemakers, as revolutionists and groundbreakers.”
13th Aug, 2014 | Posted by Madina Mohmood | (0) comments
40 Hour Famine: “It takes courage to stand up as leaders and changemakers, as revolutionists and groundbreakers.”

Youth Ambassador Madina shares the story of her time in Rwanda, where " it took just a leg-up from World Vision to break the cycle of poverty."