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Posts : October, 2017

World Vision
“As you gave to us, we now want to give.”
27th Oct, 17 | Posted by Andrew Newmarch
“As you gave to us, we now want to give.”

What has been just as significant has been an attitudinal change. The Chairman of the community committee said that they were so grateful for the generosity of the assistance as it meant so much to them. He said that “as you gave to us, so we now want to...

Empowering refugees to produce their own food.
20th Oct, 17 | Posted by Moses Mukitale
Empowering refugees to produce their own food.

Here, like the thousands of other refugees, Betty’s family has relied on food rations: bags of hard beans, corn soya blend, a small quantity of salt and a bit of oil. The ingredient make the same meal day in and day out, no variation.

Home Safe Home
13th Oct, 17 | Posted by Megan Williams
Home Safe Home

“During the recent disaster, the training from World Vision really helped us because everyone knew what to do. We learn from the training and then we teach our children,” Silas says.

Child Savings Groups in Myanmar
11th Oct, 17 | Posted by Natasha Tamplin
Child Savings Groups in Myanmar

“Before the Savings Group, I did not know who to manage money effectively. But now I know how manage money and was able to buy my own uniform!”

Girl Power: giving girls their chance to change the world.
11th Oct, 17 | Posted by Laura Tay
Girl Power: giving girls their chance to change the world.

It’s just one ‘International Day of’ amongst dozens that are dotted throughout the year, including World Tuna Day, International Asteroid Day and World Soil Day, but the Day of the Girl has always been one of my favourites.

Rwanda: Partnering together for a brighter future
6th Oct, 17 | Posted by Gabrielle Bourke
Rwanda: Partnering together for a brighter future

As my plane descends over ‘thousand hills’ of Rwanda’s patchwork landscape, I am reminded of the global reach of World Vision’s work across countries, languages and cultures. I think of the history of Rwanda – the lasting impact of colonial oppression, the deep national hurt borne from the 1994...