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An Electric Connection between Australian business and Zambia
10th Apr, 15 | Posted by Josh Nicholls
An Electric Connection between Australian business and Zambia

Josh Nicholls, CEO of Platinum Electricians recently travelled to Zambia to visit the community where his company sponsors 100 children. He shares how meeting community members and seeing the impact of their support helped him build an incredible connection to World Vision's work.

Bringing children to the centre in Nepal
27th Feb, 15 | Posted by Isaac Anup Rana
Bringing children to the centre in Nepal

Anup Rana works for World Vision in Nepal, overseeing some of the projects funded by Australian sponsors. He is sharing his passion for improving children's welfare, and some of the successes he has seen in his years of work.

The fallout from a forgotten bomb
23rd Feb, 15 | Posted by Mark Nonkes
The fallout from a forgotten bomb

Ngor lost his arm when he was just a boy, after finding an unexploded bomb in the rice fields near his house. After years of struggle, World Vision is helping Ngor and his children build a better future.

Fullife Foundation spreading Christmas cheer from Australia to Ethiopia
5th Dec, 14 | Posted by Ian Shanks
Fullife Foundation spreading Christmas cheer from Australia to Ethiopia

Our partners at the Fullife Foundation enlisted the help of primary school students in Melbourne to write Christmas cards for their 200 sponsor children. The students were excited to learn about the lives of children in Ethiopia, and to help spread Christmas cheer across the world.

My trip to Mongolia: looking for the little girl who made us smile
12th Nov, 14 | Posted by Stella Kuzmicki
My trip to Mongolia: looking for the little girl who made us smile

Stella Kuzmicki, a World Vision Australia employee, shares her search to find Odgerel, the smiling face of the 2013 Gifts Catalogue.

Musicians journey to making a difference
22nd Jul, 14 | Posted by Andrew Kitchen
Musicians journey to making a difference

Andrew Kitchen, guitarist and vocalist for Australian rock group Antiskeptic, shares his journey toward finding a way to make a difference in the world.