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Still waiting for Cyclone Pam
13th Mar, 15 | Posted by Chloe Morrison
Still waiting for Cyclone Pam

Vanuatu is currently waiting for the impact of Cyclone Pam - potentially the biggest storm ever to affect the island nation. Chloe Morrison is an Australian living in Vanuatu - she shares what it's been like preparing for the coming storm.

Products for Purpose – how donated goods change lives
12th Mar, 15 | Posted by Matt Morris
Products for Purpose – how donated goods change lives

Something is not always better than nothing - but donated goods can make an incredible difference for communities in need. World Vision's Matt Morris shares how our Program Resources team ensures that supplies sent to the field meet a genuine need.

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.

Making it happen: International Women’s Day 2015
6th Mar, 15 | Posted by Margy Dowling
Making it happen: International Women’s Day 2015

International Women's Day is about women, but we know we need to involve men in health to get better outcomes for women and children. Margy Dowling shares how World Vision projects are helping to engage both women and men to improve maternal and child health.

In praise of an unsung hero
5th Mar, 15 | Posted by Prasanna De Silva
In praise of an unsung hero

Our staff in the field often meet extraordinary, inspirational people. Here Prasanna shares the story of Loise, a grandmother who is making a remarkable difference for orphans in her community after losing four of her own children.

‘We are all children at the end of the day’
3rd Mar, 15 | Posted by Rohit
‘We are all children at the end of the day’

14-year-old Rohit was born with a disability, but he’s determined that it won’t hold him back from achieving his dreams. A passionate advocate for the rights of children with disability in his community, Rohit wants all children to have access to the same opportunities.