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A love letter to Nepal

25 July 2015 | Posted by Crislyn Felisilda | (0) comments

Three months after the Nepal Earthquake, World Vision's Crislyn Felisilda shares her love and hope for the people of Nepal on the long road to recovery.

Say thanks, change the world
24th Jul, 2015 | Posted by Heath Evans | (0) comments
Say thanks, change the world

Saying thank you can be incredibly powerful - so World Vision Australia has recently joined forces with Good Thnx, an Australian innovation that is creating a world with more gratitude.

Out of sight, out of mind?
23rd Jul, 2015 | Posted by Clea Denham | (0) comments
Out of sight, out of mind?

When Youth Ambassador Clea visited East Timor earlier this year, she was confronted by the poverty right on Australia's doorstep - but inspired by the work being done to create meaningful change.

Does Aid and Spirituality Mix?
22nd Jul, 2015 | Posted by Jay McNeill | (0) comments
Does Aid and Spirituality Mix?

'We are Christian' is one of World Vision Australia's core values. But what does that actually mean for us and the work we do around the world?

Digging Deeper
16th Jul, 2015 | Posted by Kate Gaylard | (0) comments
Digging Deeper

Youth Ambassador Kate shares how her perceptions of poverty and hunger were changed when she visited East Timor, one of the world's poorest countries, with World Vision.

Youth at the crossroads: A generation with untapped potential
15th Jul, 2015 | Posted by Aaron Ausland | (0) comments
Youth at the crossroads: A generation with untapped potential

On the first ever World Youth Skills Day, World Vision's Aaron Ausland explains why today's youth are an extraordinary untapped generation who need a positive pathway to the opportunities they need to succeed in work and in life.

Growing apples in Ethiopia with Australian Aid
14th Jul, 2015 | Posted by Christy Fellner | (2) comments
Growing apples in Ethiopia with Australian Aid

In Ethiopia, support from Australian Aid has helped a community to develop a reliable source of income by growing apples.