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How online learning is changing the way World Vision trains staff in the field

2 July 2015 | Posted by Mark Harwood | (0) comments

Collaborative and engaging online learning courses are making it easier for World Vision staff in the field to learn new skills and tackle the challenges of their jobs.

Nepal Earthquake aid worker’s diary: There’s more work to be done
1st Jul, 2015 | Posted by Parash Malla | (0) comments
Nepal Earthquake aid worker’s diary: There’s more work to be done

Parash is World Vision's National Education Manager for the Nepal Earthquake Response. He shares his experience of the devastating earthquake and how we can work together to help the people of Nepal.

Million Dollar Baby
30th Jun, 2015 | Posted by Jay McNeill | (0) comments
Million Dollar Baby

World Vision's Jay McNeill considers the relative value of human life, and how love is common to us all.

I never thought a journey to school could be so dangerous
29th Jun, 2015 | Posted by Jamie Conlon | (0) comments
I never thought a journey to school could be so dangerous

Youth Ambassador Jamie recently visited a community in Vietnam where the journey to get to school was putting student lives at risk. He shares some of the ways World Vision is helping to ensure kids can get to school safely!

Want your very own Ethical Shopping Assistant? Here’s how!
25th Jun, 2015 | Posted by Ruth Dearnley | (2) comments
Want your very own Ethical Shopping Assistant? Here’s how!

Would you like your own Shopping Assistant to ensure the clothes you buy are ethical? World Vision's Ruth Dearnley shares how the team at Good On You are working to make that possible.

Lessons from Vietnam: Ethical Tourism
24th Jun, 2015 | Posted by Steph Semler | (0) comments
Lessons from Vietnam: Ethical Tourism

Youth Ambassador Steph shares how you can use your dollar as a tourist to support ethical practices and help to protect children from child labour and exploitation.

Feeding 138,000 refugees: a day in the life of a World Vision worker
23rd Jun, 2015 | Posted by Archie Haramis | (0) comments
Feeding 138,000 refugees: a day in the life of a World Vision worker

Hear about a typical day from World Vision worker Andrew, who oversees the distribution of life-saving food aid to South Sudanese refugees.