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Posts : September, 2015

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Chaos Al Keleti
15th Sep, 15 | Posted by Vanessa Ritchie
Chaos Al Keleti

Having been through what most people cannot even begin to comprehend, they were hungry, helpless, and frustrated, imprisoned in a place where they were not wanted and where they certainly did not want to be. Curious locals peered down at the dire situation. Others went about their daily lives,...

“I no longer see myself as a victim of disability”
10th Sep, 15 | Posted by Pallabi
“I no longer see myself as a victim of disability”

I love to skip. But people think I would not be able to skip because I am disabled. I proved them wrong. I devised my own special skipping rope by holding on end of the rope in right hand and tying the other end to my deformed left arm.

Kids share – my daily journey to get to school
8th Sep, 15 | Posted by Laura Tay
Kids share – my daily journey to get to school

Around the world, lots of kids don’t have it that easy . Whether it is extreme weather, a dangerous environment or just a very long distance, many children find it much more challenging just to get to school each day.

Blog Ambassador Karen Morley reflects on her recent trip to World Vision Presents’ Naturally7 concert
7th Sep, 15 | Posted by Karen Morley
Blog Ambassador Karen Morley reflects on her recent trip to World Vision Presents’ Naturally7 concert

Blog Ambassador Karen Morley reflects on her recent trip to World Vision Presents’ Naturally7 concert.

Sponsoring Shafik encourages students to think globally
3rd Sep, 15 | Posted by Hannah Clarke
Sponsoring Shafik encourages students to think globally

Three staff members from Flinders Christian Community College in Victoria had the privilege of visiting the child they sponsor, Shafik, in Uganda.

Addressing gender issues with water, sanitation and hygiene is a win-win proposition
1st Sep, 15 | Posted by Roscel Diego
Addressing gender issues with water, sanitation and hygiene is a win-win proposition

In 2010, I was asked to help conduct a Gender Assessment for an Australian-funded DFAT water, sanitation and hygiene (RIWASH) project to be implemented in selected tea estates in Central Sri Lanka. It is a project that aims to connect disenfranchised communities with each other and to the local...