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An Electric Connection between Australian business and Zambia
10th Apr, 15 | Posted by Josh Nicholls
An Electric Connection between Australian business and Zambia

Josh Nicholls, CEO of Platinum Electricians recently travelled to Zambia to visit the community where his company sponsors 100 children. He shares how meeting community members and seeing the impact of their support helped him build an incredible connection to World Vision's work.

Same same but different: from Canberra to Cambodia
9th Apr, 15 | Posted by Jeeven Nadanakumar
Same same but different: from Canberra to Cambodia

When Jeeven travelled to Cambodia to see World Vision's work first hand, he discovered hardships, experienced hope and made life-changing connections.

Vegetables and community participation: The fight against malnutrition in the Philippines
7th Apr, 15 | Posted by Mong Jimenez
Vegetables and community participation: The fight against malnutrition in the Philippines

In the Philippines, 20.2% of children are underweight and 7.9% are acutely malnourished. World Vision's Mong Jimenez visits a project that is helping parents and community leaders improve the health and nutrition of children.

Bake hot cross buns free from exploitation this Easter!
2nd Apr, 15 | Posted by Ruth Dearnley
Bake hot cross buns free from exploitation this Easter!

Everyone loves hot cross buns at Easter - but it can be hard to find ones made with ingredients free from exploitation. Ruth Dearnley shares her recipe for ethically sourced hot cross buns - so you can bake and enjoy your own Easter treats!

Jalel’s story: A Syrian child refugee shares his food with hungry parents
31st Mar, 15 | Posted by Rhonda Hirst
Jalel’s story: A Syrian child refugee shares his food with hungry parents

When Rhonda met Syrian refugee Jalel at a World Vision supported remedial education class, she was struck by the fact that each day this five-year-old boy brought most of his daily meal home, to share with his hungry parents.

Why we say no: cash versus donated goods in an emergency
27th Mar, 15 | Posted by Matt Morris
Why we say no: cash versus donated goods in an emergency

After a disaster like Cyclone Pam, it's extraordinary how generous people can be in offering supplies for those affected. Unfortunately, organisations like World Vision can't always accept these donated goods - here we explain why, and how you can help in the most effective way.