Our World Vision – thoughts and stories from staff and supporters
22 March 2017 | Posted by Michael Poustie | (0) comments
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.
Two weeks ago (on March 8th) the world celebrated International Women’s Day and today is World Water Day. While these two international days of action are coincidentally celebrated just two weeks apart, the connection between them is stark and very much on the global development agenda. Sustainable Development Goal...
Each day we learn to value the trees that are left behind. Our household no longer cuts trees for firewood anymore because World Vision gave us a bio-gas unit. The daylong task of collecting wood is no longer needed so I do not have to skip school anymore.
In 2015 an estimated 5.9 million children died before their fifth birthday. That’s nearly 6 million children - In one year. I can’t wrap my head around those figures.
FMNR has increased my profits and enabled me to expand my food kiosk. I am thankful for the great knowledge that I got on FMNR!
A young girl by the name of Arti who I had the fortune of meeting, told me about her role as a youth volunteer and leader in the community. Arti, who was studying a Bachelor of Arts, helped run not only the girls self-defence class but was also in...
Srey Noun now teaches English three nights per week to forty children not much younger than her. The shy and timid girl has now become a confident leader and community teacher.