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Posts : April, 2015

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Nepal Earthquake: “I want to go back to my home but it will not be the same as before”
30th Apr, 15 | Posted by Sunjuli Singh
Nepal Earthquake: “I want to go back to my home but it will not be the same as before”

13-year-old Sandhya was playing outside when the Nepal Earthquake struck - and she watched as it brought destruction to her city. Now she is staying in a tent city with her family, afraid to return home.

A state of helplessness: separated from family and community by the Nepal Earthquake
28th Apr, 15 | Posted by Matt Darvas
A state of helplessness: separated from family and community by the Nepal Earthquake

Kumar was away from his village when it was hit by the 7.9 magnitude earthquake that rocked Nepal on Saturday. The last time he heard from them he learnt that most of the village has been completely destroyed.

All Children Reading: Sourcing innovative solutions to improve child literacy
27th Apr, 15 | Posted by Josh Zwar
All Children Reading: Sourcing innovative solutions to improve child literacy

Josh Zwar explains how World Vision and the All Children Reading partnership are supporting innovative solutions to help improve child literacy around the world.

People of Nepal sit outside at night as tremors from the devastating earthquake continue
26th Apr, 15 | Posted by Sunjuli Singh
People of Nepal sit outside at night as tremors from the devastating earthquake continue

World Vision's Sunjali Singh shares her experience of the devastating Nepal Earthquake and it's aftermath from on the ground in Kathmandu.

Why we’re all responsible for a Fashion Revolution
24th Apr, 15 | Posted by Bethany Noble
Why we’re all responsible for a Fashion Revolution

After the Rana Plaza tragedy two years ago, the human cost of fast fashion became devastatingly clear. Bethany Noble from Good On You talks about the Fashion Revolution encouraging people to be more mindful about the clothes they buy.

Two years on: what have I done for the workers of Rana Plaza?
23rd Apr, 15 | Posted by Lisa Hodson
Two years on: what have I done for the workers of Rana Plaza?

It’s hard to believe the haunting images of flattened buildings in Rana Plaza in Bangladesh are now two years old. But as the anniversary approaches, it’s timely to ask: what changes have been made to mark this terrible loss of life?