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Posts tagged ‘Syria’

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VICE and Andrew Quilty visit the Beqaa Valley
28th Mar, 18 | Posted by Angus Smith
VICE and Andrew Quilty visit the Beqaa Valley

Like so many Syrians, Ibrahim is enduring a life in limbo, consigned to a tent settlement about 30 minutes from the Syrian border. But as the conflict rages on, home might as well be a world away.

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...

International Youth Day
11th Aug, 17 | Posted by Shari Brewer
International Youth Day

In 2017, World Vision Australia’s 40 Hour Famine shines the light on a humanitarian issue much closer to home – the global refugee crisis. The majority of Australian teens would be very aware of the politics surrounding this issue but are they aware that worldwide approximately 35 million children...

Helping Syria’s children thrive again
17th Feb, 17 | Posted by Megan McGrath
Helping Syria’s children thrive again

“Look around this room, what else of value do I have apart from my children? I now know what I can do to invest in my children to help them feel loved, supported and develop to the best of their ability."

The cost of conflict: Syria’s shattered economy
13th Apr, 16 | Posted by Emma Wanchap
The cost of conflict: Syria’s shattered economy

World Vision's Emma Wanchap highlights what the cost of conflict has been for Syria's economy and the neighbouring nations also bearing the impact.

Melissa Doyle: what five years of conflict means for the lives of refugees
15th Mar, 16 | Posted by Melissa Doyle
Melissa Doyle: what five years of conflict means for the lives of refugees

World Vision Ambassador Melissa Doyle reflects on five years of conflict in Syria, and what that means for refugees like Hind, the young woman she met in a refugee camp in Lebanon.