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Two visits in 12 years: seeing Zakayo and his community grow through sponsorship

26 April 2016 | Posted by Brian Rose | (0) comments

Child sponsor Brian reflects on the difference he has seen over twelve years of sponsoring Zakayo from Kenya.

The gift of a name
22nd Apr, 2016 | Posted by Mariska Meldrum | (0) comments
The gift of a name

Mariska reflects on the special moment she shared with a mother and baby at a World Vision supported birthing clinic in Uganda.

The cost of conflict: Syria’s shattered economy
13th Apr, 2016 | Posted by Emma Wanchap | (0) comments
The cost of conflict: Syria’s shattered economy

World Vision's Emma Wanchap highlights what the cost of conflict has been for Syria's economy and the neighbouring nations also bearing the impact.

Four things helping kids grow up with good health
7th Apr, 2016 | Posted by One Goal | (0) comments
Four things helping kids grow up with good health

On World Health Day, read about four simple things that help children around the world to grow up with good health.

Clean water after the earthquake in Nepal
22nd Mar, 2016 | Posted by Aaron Aspi | (0) comments
Clean water after the earthquake in Nepal

In the aftermath of disaster, access to clean water and sanitation are critical to limit the spread of disease and keep communities healthy. See how World Vision has worked to prioritise WASH in the aftermath of the Nepal Earthquake.

What makes you happy?
18th Mar, 2016 | Posted by Laura Tay | (0) comments
What makes you happy?

To celebrate International Day of Happiness, people from the communities we work with around the world share what makes them happy!

Melissa Doyle: what five years of conflict means for the lives of refugees
15th Mar, 2016 | Posted by Melissa Doyle | (0) comments
Melissa Doyle: what five years of conflict means for the lives of refugees

World Vision Ambassador Melissa Doyle reflects on five years of conflict in Syria, and what that means for refugees like Hind, the young woman she met in a refugee camp in Lebanon.