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Reducing the Risk from Natural Disasters in Cancun.

19 May 2017 | Posted by Megan Williams | (0) comments

Children face death, significant injuries, diseases related to malnutrition, poor water and sanitation, protection risks (including sexual violence or child labour), and may suffer psychological distress. However, children and youth can also be key agents of change

Thankyou for your work in Kenya
12th May, 2017 | Posted by Kevin Tan | (0) comments
Thankyou for your work in Kenya

They brought me to the market area of Camp 1 where I had the privilege of being served by enthusiastic Ethiopians who had saved up enough money to open a now thriving café. There were crowds of people enjoying a slice of ‘normal’ within a very abnormal context. I...

What it’s like to raise a family in a refugee camp
3rd May, 2017 | Posted by Daryl Crowden | (0) comments
What it’s like to raise a family in a refugee camp

Can you imagine if Melbourne was attacked in the same way? If the East of the Yarra was systematically and deliberately destroyed by heavy artillery and street by street warfare, if snipers located on roofs on the West bank were shooting at any movement on the East. If more...

It is done | Power of resurrection
12th Apr, 2017 | Posted by Annila Harris | (0) comments
It is done | Power of resurrection

World Vision's Annila Harris reflects on what Easter means to her.

Walking the Green Mile.
7th Apr, 2017 | Posted by Annila Harris | (0) comments
Walking the Green Mile.

Racing against the break of dawn, Salmon Jacob, Advisor – Environment (Climate Change), World Vision India, steps out, in the darkness of early morn, to embark upon a day long journey through the blistering hot and semi-arid Baran district of Rajasthan.

Seeing the impact of Child Rescue in Cambodia
4th Apr, 2017 | Posted by Ezereve | (0) comments
Seeing the impact of Child Rescue in Cambodia

Recently, an opportunity arose where I was able to see how my funds are being used through a visit to Cambodia! I wondered what the work of Child Rescue would look like. When I arrived in Cambodia, surprisingly there was no Child Rescue centre! Initially I felt a bit...

World Water Day 2017: Water and wastewater
22nd Mar, 2017 | Posted by Michael Poustie | (0) comments
World Water Day 2017: Water and wastewater

World Vision as a child centred organisation care about wastewater. Poorly managed it has the potential to kill, while well managed it has the potential to empower communities, protect children’s health and strengthen families’ livelihoods.