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“Where are they going?” The difficult choice facing Syrian refugees
18th Aug, 15 | Posted by Erin Joyce
“Where are they going?” The difficult choice facing Syrian refugees

I’m at Azraq refugee camp, about 100 kilometres east of Jordan’s capital city, Amman, but I may as well be on another planet. I’m far from the bustling streets, the scent of that morning’s freshly baked bread, the restaurants, the gleaming shopping malls and tall buildings. The atmosphere in...

Phone call for help makes Ramadi plea personal
22nd May, 15 | Posted by Erin Joyce
Phone call for help makes Ramadi plea personal

From a group of 40 displaced people waiting on the side of the road to enter a safe haven, to the bigger crisis of 2.8 million people displaced by violence across Iraq - Erin Joyce explains why World Vision needs your help to respond.

From the ground: the realities of the world’s largest humanitarian disaster
10th Mar, 15 | Posted by Erin Joyce
From the ground: the realities of the world’s largest humanitarian disaster

It's been four years since the conflict in Syria began, and the continued unrest is taking its toll on the future of Syria's children. Erin Joyce shares how World Vision is working to ensure children can access the education they deserve.

South Sudan crisis: my view from the ground
22nd Feb, 14 | Posted by Erin Joyce
South Sudan crisis: my view from the ground

World Vision's Erin Joyce is in South Sudan, where aid agencies are working to support thousands of people who have fled their homes.

Mali: When drought and conflict collide
4th Apr, 13 | Posted by Erin Joyce
Mali: When drought and conflict collide

Up until recently, Mali was seen as a beacon of stability and peace in a very volatile region. Sadly, things have changed. World Vision's Erin Joyce was in Mali after the latest conflict began last year, and she saw a country change before her eyes.