Our World Vision – thoughts and stories from staff and supporters
5 March 2014 | Posted by Monique Dam | (0) comments
Monique Dam is one of four volunteer youth campaigners recently returned from Myanmar with World Vision to learn more about child protection issues. Whilst there she visited a centre to teach children vital life skills to protect them from exploitation. A big highlight from my time in Myanmar was when I travelled to the rural…
World Vision's Erin Joyce is in South Sudan, where aid agencies are working to support thousands of people who have fled their homes.
“We are brothers,” they tell us. At first glance, you would think they were twins. Handsome young boys with perfect cheekbones, good manners and a spark about them. Only a year apart, their bond is tight. Tighter than most, as they mourn a mother and a father that disappeared...
Syrian refugee Mais used to associate tents with childhood adventures, now she lives in one in an informal settlement in Lebanon. "I never thought this would be my life."
World Vision's Leigh Cameron has a new furry addition to his family, which made him wonder - are our pampered pets another sign of unequal global wealth?
Syrian refugee Nasrella is grateful for his humble tent in an informal settlement in Lebanon because it's more peaceful than his homeland.
World Vision's Joy Toose meets school principal Evelyn, who is helping reopen her school to the young survivors of Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines.