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Posts tagged ‘Education’

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Why we work in communities for 15 years
23rd Sep, 15 | Posted by Dickens Thunde
Why we work in communities for 15 years

World Vision Kenya’s National Director shares his knowledge of the challenges and breakthroughs in Kenyan communities and why projects are 15 years long.

Transforming whole communities
24th Aug, 15 | Posted by Laura Tay
Transforming whole communities

World Vision doesn't just build wells and help kids go to school. Our work is cooler than that - see how we partner with communities so they can become self-sustainable.

Meeting Carolina: what happens when a sponsored child grows up?
7th Jul, 15 | Posted by John Leonard
Meeting Carolina: what happens when a sponsored child grows up?

Film-maker John Leonard shares his experience of meeting Carolina, who was a sponsored child and grew up in a community in Mexico where World Vision works.

What we learnt in Vietnam
6th Jul, 15 | Posted by Ruth Dearnley
What we learnt in Vietnam

2015 Youth Ambassadors Kate, Niccy, Jamie and Steph share their biggest lessons from visiting World Vision's work in Vietnam.

How online learning is changing the way World Vision trains staff in the field
2nd Jul, 15 | Posted by Mark Harwood
How online learning is changing the way World Vision trains staff in the field

Collaborative and engaging online learning courses are making it easier for World Vision staff in the field to learn new skills and tackle the challenges of their jobs.

Nepal Earthquake aid worker’s diary: There’s more work to be done
1st Jul, 15 | Posted by Parash Malla
Nepal Earthquake aid worker’s diary: There’s more work to be done

Parash is World Vision's National Education Manager for the Nepal Earthquake Response. He shares his experience of the devastating earthquake and how we can work together to help the people of Nepal.