Three students from Queensland had the chance to visit World Vision's work in Cambodia, and saw a community driven and focused on building a better future.
As more and more children gain easy access to computers and internet access, the risk of online abuse and violence increases. World Vision's Keeping Children Safe Online program was developed to protect children from these online risks.
Nell Butler explains why she was inspired to become a Vision Sister and pack clean birthing kits to support maternal and child health programs around the world.
Growing up in Sydney meant that pianist Van-Anh Nguyen had access to many more opportunities than she might have in her family's homeland of Vietnam. Through her music, Van-Anh hopes to raise awareness and encourage others to make a difference in the lives of those less fortunate.
For women in Khairani's village, the Boxing Day tsunami brought a lot of positive change in it's wake. Through savings groups and small businesses, they are now more empowered and respected.
As kids go back to school across Australia, see how World Vision is working to improve the quality of education in the communities where we work.