Our World Vision – thoughts and stories from staff and supporters
9 February 2016 | Posted by Van-Anh Nguyen | (0) comments
Growing up in Sydney meant that pianist Van-Anh Nguyen had access to many more opportunities than she might have in her family's homeland of Vietnam. Through her music, Van-Anh hopes to raise awareness and encourage others to make a difference in the lives of those less fortunate.
For women in Khairani's village, the Boxing Day tsunami brought a lot of positive change in it's wake. Through savings groups and small businesses, they are now more empowered and respected.
As kids go back to school across Australia, see how World Vision is working to improve the quality of education in the communities where we work.
A recent report states the world's 62 richest people own the same amount of wealth as half the world - so what can be done to reduce income inequality?
Emma explains how sharing a selfie of yourself - or your dog, or your friends, or your kids - wearing a headband can help raise funds for World Vision!
In 2014, Grace Jenman hand wrote letters to over one hundred people requesting donations for the 40 Hour Famine, and raised over $20,000. In 2015, she doubled her goal - and became the top individual fundraiser two years in a row!
A group of grandmothers in one forest village in southern Laos are resurrecting the art of weaving.