Our World Vision – thoughts and stories from staff and supporters
20 February 2017 | Posted by Claire Rogers | (0) comments
World Vision Australia CEO, Claire Rogers writes about our community development work and seeing this first-hand on her recent trip to Myanmar.
“Look around this room, what else of value do I have apart from my children? I now know what I can do to invest in my children to help them feel loved, supported and develop to the best of their ability."
Online Consultant, Rohana Atkinson tells us what it is like working in the Contact Centre at World Vision Australia.
Activities like these help to challenge some of the existing negative perceptions that surrounds women’s health issues. It empowers these women and girls to learn about reproductive health, and how to stay healthy and make informed decisions about their health.
Typhoon Nock-ten (known locally as Nina) rapidly intensified as it made its way toward the Philippines over this Christmas weekend. It finally made landfall over Catanduanes, Central Philippines in the evening of 25th December 2016. As well as Catanduanes province in the Bicol region, the capital city, Manila was...
Written by Junna Daniel, World Vision’s Albay Province Programme Officer, Philippines It was the same day last year when my colleagues and I were trying to finish the relief distribution in Sorsogon and Albay then head home for Christmas Eve. After typhoon Nona (international name Melor) battered the Bicol...
Demy is a 12 year old singer/songwriter from Melbourne and a passionate World Vision supporter. Purchasing copies of Demy’s song “Helping Hand” could help World Vision’s work in countries lacking clean water infrastructure.