Our World Vision – thoughts and stories from staff and supporters
10 December 2013 | Posted by Aimee Manimani | (0) comments
World Vision's Aimee Manimani speaks personally about her work in the Congo, and how Nelson's Mandela legacy has provided hope in times of darkness.
Ever wondered what it would be like to meet your sponsored child? Musician Bryce Wastney recently got the chance to travel to Indonesia to meet his sponsored child Britania, and says the visit inspired him more than he thought possible.
We often get questions from people asking us what happens to children after sponsorship ends in their communities. World Vision's Carla Kweifio-Okai was recently in Peru and met a former sponsored child with an inspiring story about life after sponsorship.
Performing a comedy show for the Melbourne Comedy Festival is challenging enough, but try writing a show based on global inequality! That's what Vision Artist Michael Connell tried at this year's event.
Before the war I’m sure the children of Syria had incredible dreams about who they were going to be, what they were going to do and how they were going to make the world better. Now, like Nour, most of their dreams are consumed with what they’ve lost. Their...
Justin Reeves explains why his new film Girl Rising is a rallying call for every girl's right to education.
No child should ever die from an easily preventable disease. No mother should ever have to suffer that loss. As a mother, World Vision's Mariska Meldrum explains how her children have inspired her to take action against under-5 child mortality in developing countries.