On the first ever World Youth Skills Day, World Vision's Aaron Ausland explains why today's youth are an extraordinary untapped generation who need a positive pathway to the opportunities they need to succeed in work and in life.
In Ethiopia, support from Australian Aid has helped a community to develop a reliable source of income by growing apples.
Alana met Beatrice from Kenya in 2009, when she was one of one billion people around the world on the verge of starvation. Six years later, she reflects on her experience and the amazing changes in Beatrice's life.
VGen's new campaign #EndChildLabour asks people to think about the people behind the products they buy each day - and how those purchases impact someone's ability to follow their dreams.
Youth Ambassador Isobel shares some of her thoughts and reflections after visiting World Vision's work in East Timor.
Film-maker John Leonard shares his experience of meeting Carolina, who was a sponsored child and grew up in a community in Mexico where World Vision works.