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Posts : June, 2015

World Vision
How Australia’s support is preventing human trafficking
18th Jun, 15 | Posted by Kate Thomas
How Australia’s support is preventing human trafficking

Youth Ambassador Kate travelled to Vietnam to see firsthand how World Vision's Child Rescue program is protecting girls and boys as young as seven from being trafficked to China.

Seeing change in Humbo fifteen years on
17th Jun, 15 | Posted by Tony Rinaudo
Seeing change in Humbo fifteen years on

World Vision's Tony Rinaudo shares how the practice of Farmer Managed Natural Regeneration has helped families in Ethiopia's Humbo region to revitalise their land, improve their crop yields and earn a better income.

Sleeping out for Nepal
16th Jun, 15 | Posted by Jeremy Elias
Sleeping out for Nepal

World Vision's Jeremy Elias shares how he and 25 other people from his local church ended up 'sleeping rough' to help raise funds for the Nepal Earthquake response.

Turning hope into reality in Vanuatu: three months after Cyclone Pam
12th Jun, 15 | Posted by Chloe Morrison
Turning hope into reality in Vanuatu: three months after Cyclone Pam

Vanuatu has a reputation for being one of the happiest and most resilient countries in the world. Three months after Cyclone Pam, World Vision's Chloe Morrision shares how the people of Vanuatu are moving along the road to recovery.

The face of child labour
12th Jun, 15 | Posted by Mark Nonkes
The face of child labour

There are 168 million child labourers in the world today, working in fields, factories, fishing boats and many other places. By addressing the reasons why children are forced to work - and helping communities see the importance of education - World Vision is working to end child labour.

What does World Vision’s work really look like?
11th Jun, 15 | Posted by Nicola Greatbatch
What does World Vision’s work really look like?

When Youth Ambassador Nicola visited Vietnam with World Vision, she saw how World Vision's Area Development Programs work alongside communities to tackle their unique problems.