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Partnering technology to make real and lasting change

23 September 2014 | Posted by Tim Costello | (0) comments

World Vision Australia and Microsoft Australia announce a $4 million partnership to help enhance World Vision supporters experience and make more funds available to our field projects.

A novel with a difference – Maze of Keys
17th Sep, 2014 | Posted by James Evangelidis | (0) comments
A novel with a difference – Maze of Keys

Author James Evangelidis is using his new book Maze of Keys to raise funds for World Vision.

How governments, Australians and World Vision are working together to end child labour
12th Sep, 2014 | Posted by Ruth Dearnley | (0) comments
How governments, Australians and World Vision are working together to end child labour

Yesterday the G20 Employment Minister’s met to discuss the future of economic growth. For the first time ever, they took a strong stand against child labour and vowed to prioritise measures to support under represented and vulnerable groups.

Bringing child labour into focus for everyday Australians
10th Sep, 2014 | Posted by Rachel Hoy | (0) comments
Bringing child labour into focus for everyday Australians

The #FreeTo campaign is about bringing the issue of child labour into focus for everyday Australians and the Australian government in the lead up to the G20 summit later this year. Campaigner Rachel Hoy shares her own experience of meeting Lilly, a human trafficking and child labour survivor.

Bringing clean water to a barren desert
4th Sep, 2014 | Posted by Rajesh Pasupuleti | (0) comments
Bringing clean water to a barren desert

World Vision water expert Rajesh shares his experiences in Jordan, where World Vision has helped 50,000 Syrian refugees have access to clean water.

Clean water is the key to keeping kids healthy
1st Sep, 2014 | Posted by Rajesh Pasupuleti | (0) comments
Clean water is the key to keeping kids healthy

More children die every day from diseases caused by unsafe water than from AIDS, malaria, and measles combined. World Vision Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Advisor Rajesh highlights the vital importance of helping people access clean water.

The Syrian crisis reaches three million registered refugees.
30th Aug, 2014 | Posted by Admir Bajrami | (0) comments
The Syrian crisis reaches three million registered refugees.

Three million people have now fled the violence in Syria, and the conflict has had a devastating impact on children. World Vision Australia's Admir Bajrami shares his experiences from the field.