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Digging Deeper
16th Jul, 15 | Posted by Kate Gaylard
Digging Deeper

Youth Ambassador Kate shares how her perceptions of poverty and hunger were changed when she visited East Timor, one of the world's poorest countries, with World Vision.

Ever looked at a photo of someone you haven’t seen in a while?
10th Jul, 15 | Posted by Alana Smith
Ever looked at a photo of someone you haven’t seen in a while?

Alana met Beatrice from Kenya in 2009, when she was one of one billion people around the world on the verge of starvation. Six years later, she reflects on her experience and the amazing changes in Beatrice's life.

I saw, in small actions and big smiles, that it works
8th Jul, 15 | Posted by Isobel Knight
I saw, in small actions and big smiles, that it works

Youth Ambassador Isobel shares some of her thoughts and reflections after visiting World Vision's work in East Timor.

Going behind the scenes at World Vision Australia
5th Nov, 14 | Posted by Asha Morrow
Going behind the scenes at World Vision Australia

After participating in the 40 Hour Famine, Asha Morrow was given the chance to do work experience at World Vision Australia. She shares her highlights and insights after a week behind the scenes.

World Humanitarian Day: World Vision photographer Lucy Aulich reflects on giving back
19th Aug, 14 | Posted by Lucy Aulich
World Humanitarian Day: World Vision photographer Lucy Aulich reflects on giving back

Showing people their dignity is the truest form of compassion.

40 Hour Famine: “It takes courage to stand up as leaders and changemakers, as revolutionists and groundbreakers.”
13th Aug, 14 | Posted by Madina Mohmood
40 Hour Famine: “It takes courage to stand up as leaders and changemakers, as revolutionists and groundbreakers.”

Youth Ambassador Madina shares the story of her time in Rwanda, where " it took just a leg-up from World Vision to break the cycle of poverty."