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From the ground: the realities of the world’s largest humanitarian disaster
10th Mar, 15 | Posted by Erin Joyce
From the ground: the realities of the world’s largest humanitarian disaster

It's been four years since the conflict in Syria began, and the continued unrest is taking its toll on the future of Syria's children. Erin Joyce shares how World Vision is working to ensure children can access the education they deserve.

‘We are all children at the end of the day’
3rd Mar, 15 | Posted by Rohit
‘We are all children at the end of the day’

14-year-old Rohit was born with a disability, but he’s determined that it won’t hold him back from achieving his dreams. A passionate advocate for the rights of children with disability in his community, Rohit wants all children to have access to the same opportunities.

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.

Communities in Vanuatu say thank you to Australians
2nd Feb, 15 | Posted by Chloe Morrison
Communities in Vanuatu say thank you to Australians

Australian Chloe Morrison works for World Vision in Vanuatu, where projects funded by Australian Aid are changing lives. She's sharing some of the progress made and a special thank-you from communities we work with.

All children should be going back to school
30th Jan, 15 | Posted by Ruth Dearnley
All children should be going back to school

It's back to school time for kids in Australia. Around the world 168 million children will be denied an education this year, trapped in child labour instead.

Amazing achievements in fighting global poverty in the last 15 years
15th Jan, 15 | Posted by Laura Tay
Amazing achievements in fighting global poverty in the last 15 years

In 2000, global leaders set eight goals that if achieved by 2015, would halve global poverty. To celebrate the end of the Millennium Development Goals, we're looking at all that has been achieved in the last 15 years.