Our World Vision – thoughts and stories from staff and supporters
26 November 2014 | Posted by Ruth Dearnley | (0) comments
World Vision's Public Advocacy Manager Ruth Dearnley shares her top tips for giving - and receiving - ethical gifts this Christmas.
It’s not every day that you hear a community leader freely admit he used to abuse his wife. Yet, this was the experience World Vision staff member Mariska Meldrum had when visiting the Solomon Islands recently.
64% of women in the Solomon Islands have experienced physical or sexual violence from an intimate partner. Amanda Carey shares her experiences of how World Vision's Channels of Hope projects are partnering with faith and community leaders to end the violence.
'Ethical shopping' could mean many things - World Vision's Ruth Dearnley reflects on what it means to her, and how she puts it into practice.
Next week we'll be taking two Blog Ambassadors to visit our work in Uganda - but why would we do that? See why blogger trips can be a positive and useful way to share our work with Australians.
Today is World Toilet Day - and 2.5 billion people around the world don't have access to a clean, safe toilet. See how helping communities to improve sanitation helps children thrive.
We’re excited to announce that in 2015, World Vision Australia is launching our first annual Make a Difference Tour! Grammy Award-winners Third Day, NEEDTOBREATHE, and Australia’s own Levi McGrath will hit the road to perform for audiences in eight cities, helping us spread awareness and engage people with our...