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40 Hour Famine: Breaking the poverty cycle is about more than money

24 July 2014 | Posted by Daniel Ffrench-Mullen | (0) comments

Youth Ambassador Daniel shares what he learnt about poverty when visiting Rwanda earlier this year.

Musicians journey to making a difference
22nd Jul, 2014 | Posted by Andrew Kitchen | (0) comments
Musicians journey to making a difference

Andrew Kitchen, guitarist and vocalist for Australian rock group Antiskeptic, shares his journey toward finding a way to make a difference in the world.

40 Hour Famine: “Each of us, for a little while, was just a single cell.”
17th Jul, 2014 | Posted by Lucinda Hayman | (0) comments
40 Hour Famine: “Each of us, for a little while, was just a single cell.”

Youth Ambassador Lucinda shares 5-year-old Promesse's heartbreaking story from her 2014 trip to Rwanda.

40 Hour Famine: Youth Ambassador Georgia shares her ‘life changing’ experiences in Rwanda
11th Jul, 2014 | Posted by Carla Kweifio-Okai | (0) comments
40 Hour Famine: Youth Ambassador Georgia shares her ‘life changing’ experiences in Rwanda

40 Hour Famine Youth Ambassador Georgia writes of her inspirational time in Rwanda, where she met a very special 12-year-old girl.

A song and dance in Lesotho: Meeting our sponsored child
7th Jul, 2014 | Posted by Merelyn and David Carter | (0) comments
A song and dance in Lesotho: Meeting our sponsored child

Musicians Merelyn and David Carter, who perform as Carter and Carter, have been World Vision child sponsors for more than 20 years. So when World Vision approached them to become┬áVision Artists, they got excited. This led to a creative idea to help spread the message about World Vision’s work...

The universal language of dance
17th Jun, 2014 | Posted by Therese Johnson | (0) comments
The universal language of dance

World Vision's Therese Johnson tried some new dance moves while visiting families in Myanmar.

What it really means to be ‘displaced’ in South Sudan
13th Jun, 2014 | Posted by James East | (0) comments
What it really means to be ‘displaced’ in South Sudan

World Vision's James East speaks to families who have fled their homes in South Sudan.