Our World Vision – thoughts and stories from staff and supporters
17 August 2016 | Posted by Emma Lovell | (0) comments
It's important to have purpose and motivation when taking on a physical challenge like Run India. Emma explains why she is signing up - and why you should as well!
As I travelled to India earlier this year and experienced poverty firsthand, my preconceived ideas of poverty were challenged. I discovered a whole new side of poverty that is almost never talked about: that hope can be found in seemingly hopeless situations.
I had the privilege of witnessing World Vision transforming the lives of those most in need. This trip challenged and confronted me more than I could imagine, exposing me to the side of India I never understood.
Australian midwife Kristin shares how doing something small can have a big impact when you get involved with Vision Sisters.
I’ve just returned from a trip with World Vision to India what are the first things that come to your mind? How many of you would ask me how much fun I had?
Although, I have always been passionate about combating injustices and have taken part in the 40 Hour Famine before, I was about to discover the real nature of poverty in India and little did I know, but this overwhelming trip would change my drive and thinking about the 40...
Earlier this year as one of the seven young Aussies chosen to be a 2016 Youth Ambassador for World Vision I got the opportunity to visit some of the poorest communities in rural towns, city slums and Himalayan villages in the north of the country.