Our World Vision – thoughts and stories from staff and supporters
15 August 2017 | Posted by Zeshi Fisher | (0) comments
We listened to stories from skilled midwives who shared their desire to provide the best possible delivery care but who often had to look after birthing mothers with no clean materials or even basic self-protection in the form of a pair of gloves.
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...
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I believe that the real strength of the program lies in the cohesiveness of the community. Now that they know about a balanced diet, they can work together to combat health issues without World Vision being there.
She got up from her mat and walked across the group to sit next to me. She couldn’t wait to share with me (via a translator), “before this Savings Group we could never realise savings … We would (waste) it and just buy things… Now the situation has changed…....
Nelson Mandela will always be the figure that defeated apartheid. His colourful shirts flowing gently as he did his renown ‘Madiba Jive’ and his face beaming with the most joyous smile. The reformation he led has changed the world