World Vision's Christine Hunt knows a lot about maternal and child health in the communities where World Vision works. Now, as she awaits the arrival of her first baby, she reflects on how her experience compares to millions of mothers around the world.
Ryan is one of four youth campaigners currently in Myanmar with World Vision to learn more about child protection and trafficking issues. Once back in Australia, they’ll plan a campaign to pass on what they’ve learnt to other young Australians.
There are words we are trained not to use as humanitarian communicators. Traumatised is one of them. It’s a word with a very specific meaning, used to diagnose a very specific condition. But as I looked at this little boy standing with a plastic gun aimed at my head...
It started with one inspiring supporter, but since then Jo Sutton has met hundreds of World Vision supporters who are committed to making a difference. She shares some of their stories.
I’m about to head to Myanmar with four excited yet apprehensive young people who want to make a difference in the world.
The first time I visited Nepal as a wide-eyed backpacker it took my breath away. The second time it broke my heart. Now, living here, this country continues to surprise me again and again.