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Unlocking literacy and opportunity around the world
24th Apr, 18 | Posted by Gabrielle Bourke
Unlocking literacy and opportunity around the world

World Vision began working in Chihota in 2011, when school enrolment was below 80 percent and an average of 10 children shared one textbook. Education was one of three program areas identified by the Chihotan community as a priority focus for work with World Vision until 2026.

Writing a brighter future in Burundi
23rd Apr, 18 | Posted by Gabrielle Bourke
Writing a brighter future in Burundi

Jonathan Ndereyimana, the English teacher, smiles and says, “I am so grateful for these books. These books are helping my students to read and move forward in understanding English words.” The experience of students in north-eastern Burundi is echoed in countries around the world, where Cengage resources have...

Refugee girls deserve dreams and an education
8th Mar, 18 | Posted by Tanjin Ifat Tanny Islam Sathi
Refugee girls deserve dreams and an education

As a World Vision interpreter in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, I hear many harrowing stories every day from the refugees who fled the violence in Myanmar, especially women and girls.

Time to be resolute about our resolutions.
16th Jan, 18 | Posted by Dane Moores
Time to be resolute about our resolutions.

We need to make sure that the countries that signed onto the SDGs – including Australia – do not forget their resolutions. Between now and 2030, we must make sure that resolutions made become resolutions kept.

Shine a light for Syrian refugees.
21st Dec, 17 | Posted by Donna Shepherd
Shine a light for Syrian refugees.

Chair of World Vision International Donna Shepherd travelled with CEO and President Kevin Jenkins to Jordan and Lebanon in November 2017 to shine a light on the ongoing plight of Syrian refugees as we head towards Christmas and the seventh cold winter since the war began. Here, she reflects...

Home Safe Home
13th Oct, 17 | Posted by Megan Williams
Home Safe Home

“During the recent disaster, the training from World Vision really helped us because everyone knew what to do. We learn from the training and then we teach our children,” Silas says.