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Posts tagged ‘Syria’

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Socks to warm their feet
13th Jan, 15 | Posted by Suzy Sainovski
Socks to warm their feet

It's summer here in Australia - but people in the Middle East are currently experiencing the worst winter storm in decades. Suzy Sainovski shares how the heavy snowfall is impacting the lives of vulnerable Syrian refugees.

“Before the war started, nothing worried me”
24th Oct, 14 | Posted by Sara
“Before the war started, nothing worried me”

Sara*, 14, fled Syria with her mum, siblings and extended family after her father was killed. They used to live in a spacious, beautiful home. Now, they live in a tent in Lebanon.

Caring about the less visible impacts of war
10th Oct, 14 | Posted by Alison Schafer
Caring about the less visible impacts of war

In an emergency, the most immediate needs are the ones that spring to mind: food, water, shelter and emergency health care. But there are less visible impacts for people caught up in emergencies - whether they be natural or man made – particularly for those who experience war. ...

Bringing clean water to a barren desert
4th Sep, 14 | Posted by Rajesh Pasupuleti
Bringing clean water to a barren desert

World Vision water expert Rajesh shares his experiences in Jordan, where World Vision has helped 50,000 Syrian refugees have access to clean water.

The Syrian crisis reaches three million registered refugees.
30th Aug, 14 | Posted by Admir Bajrami
The Syrian crisis reaches three million registered refugees.

Three million people have now fled the violence in Syria, and the conflict has had a devastating impact on children. World Vision Australia's Admir Bajrami shares his experiences from the field.

Celebrating humble heroes on World Humanitarian Day
19th Aug, 14 | Posted by Rhonda Hirst
Celebrating humble heroes on World Humanitarian Day

On World Humanitarian Day, we celebrate the humble heroes working in emergencies around the world.