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International Youth Day
11th Aug, 17 | Posted by Shari Brewer
International Youth Day

In 2017, World Vision Australia’s 40 Hour Famine shines the light on a humanitarian issue much closer to home – the global refugee crisis. The majority of Australian teens would be very aware of the politics surrounding this issue but are they aware that worldwide approximately 35 million children...

Further along the green mile.
11th Jul, 17 | Posted by Annila Harris
Further along the green mile.

Children also adopt trees from their immediate surrounding where they live. We have also designed a children’s activity book wherein children are engaged in a process where they learn with fun.

Walking along the Green mile.
29th Jun, 17 | Posted by Annila Harris
Walking along the Green mile.

In an attempt to build resilient community programmes, targeted interventions like renewable energy, climate resilient agriculture, agro-forestry which are instrumental in improving the health of the natural environment.

Is it possible to reforest Afghanistan?
13th Jun, 17 | Posted by Brian Hilton
Is it possible to reforest Afghanistan?

To even consider the big job of reforestation consultation with the community must occur. World Vision investigates all of the issues related to growing trees with the community from hungry sheep to lack of water during the hot summers.

Seeing the impact of Child Rescue in Cambodia
4th Apr, 17 | Posted by Ezereve
Seeing the impact of Child Rescue in Cambodia

Recently, an opportunity arose where I was able to see how my funds are being used through a visit to Cambodia! I wondered what the work of Child Rescue would look like. When I arrived in Cambodia, surprisingly there was no Child Rescue centre! Initially I felt a bit...

Sponsorship opening up new opportunities for children with disabilities
7th Dec, 16 | Posted by Vanessa Forrest
Sponsorship opening up new opportunities for children with disabilities

Disability inclusion in schools is a normal part of life in Australia. But in disadvantaged communities where World Vision works, it's being made possible through programs like Child Sponsorship.