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“I am the Change I want to See”
29th Nov, 17 | Posted by World Vision
“I am the Change I want to See”

"Violence against women is not inevitable. We all have a role to play to prevent it. In our work, we empower women and strengthen institutions related to reporting. But let’s remember, the greatest influence we will ever have is in our homes."

The Relationship between Universal WASH and Gender Equality
21st Mar, 17 | Posted by World Vision
The Relationship between Universal WASH and Gender Equality

Two weeks ago (on March 8th) the world celebrated International Women’s Day  and today is World Water Day.  While these two international days of action are coincidentally celebrated just two weeks apart, the connection between them is stark and very much on the global development agenda. Sustainable Development Goal...

Kenya seeing benefits of Farmer Managed Natural Regeneration
11th Mar, 17 | Posted by World Vision
Kenya seeing benefits of Farmer Managed Natural Regeneration

FMNR has increased my profits and enabled me to expand my food kiosk. I am thankful for the great knowledge that I got on FMNR!

Celebrating volunteers from all walks of life
5th Dec, 16 | Posted by World Vision
Celebrating volunteers from all walks of life

This World Volunteer Day, we're taking a moment to celebrate the incredible volunteers in Australia and around the world who help to make World Vision's work possible.

Win a double pass to Michael Marmot: The Health Gap at the Melbourne Writers Festival
22nd Aug, 16 | Posted by World Vision
Win a double pass to Michael Marmot: The Health Gap at the Melbourne Writers Festival

World Vision have a double pass up for grabs to attend the Melbourne Writer’s Festival event Michael Marmot: The Health Gap on Sunday 28th August. In his groundbreaking book The Health Gap, World Medical Association President-Elect Sir Michael Marmot challenges existing paradigms around health and social advantage. In this...

Blue Illusion: What inspired us to sponsor more than 100 children
2nd May, 14 | Posted by World Vision
Blue Illusion: What inspired us to sponsor more than 100 children

Australian fashion retailer Blue Illusion founders Donna and Danny Guest sponsor a child for every one of their 116 stores around Australian and New Zealand. We caught up with them to find out why they decided to partner with World Vision.