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Posts : March, 2016

World Vision
Clean water after the earthquake in Nepal
22nd Mar, 16 | Posted by Aaron Aspi
Clean water after the earthquake in Nepal

In the aftermath of disaster, access to clean water and sanitation are critical to limit the spread of disease and keep communities healthy. See how World Vision has worked to prioritise WASH in the aftermath of the Nepal Earthquake.

What makes you happy?
18th Mar, 16 | Posted by Laura Tay
What makes you happy?

To celebrate International Day of Happiness, people from the communities we work with around the world share what makes them happy!

Melissa Doyle: what five years of conflict means for the lives of refugees
15th Mar, 16 | Posted by Melissa Doyle
Melissa Doyle: what five years of conflict means for the lives of refugees

World Vision Ambassador Melissa Doyle reflects on five years of conflict in Syria, and what that means for refugees like Hind, the young woman she met in a refugee camp in Lebanon.

Water tanks and toilets: Rebuilding healthy communities one year after Cyclone Pam
11th Mar, 16 | Posted by Chloe Morrison
Water tanks and toilets: Rebuilding healthy communities one year after Cyclone Pam

One year on since Cyclone Pam struck Vanuatu, Chloe Morrison highlights some of the ways World Vision has helped communities to recover and become more resilient to future disasters.

Teaching our children about poverty
10th Mar, 16 | Posted by Moira Neagle
Teaching our children about poverty

School Principal Moira shares her thoughts on how we can help children understand poverty and global inequality in a way that nurtures compassion and generosity.

How World Vision teaches children about Farmer Managed Natural Regeneration – and why!
2nd Mar, 16 | Posted by Sarah McKenzie
How World Vision teaches children about Farmer Managed Natural Regeneration – and why!

The creative approaches World Vision takes to educate children and youth about the practice of Farmer Managed Natural Regeneration and caring for their environment.