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Typhoon Haiyan survivor tells: ‘The strong winds brought strong help’
7th Nov, 14 | Posted by Rhonda Hirst
Typhoon Haiyan survivor tells: ‘The strong winds brought strong help’

One year after Typhoon Haiyan struck the Philippines, World Vision's Rhonda Hirst shares her experiences of working with survivors of the devastating storm as they rebuild their communities and lives.

Going behind the scenes at World Vision Australia
5th Nov, 14 | Posted by Asha Morrow
Going behind the scenes at World Vision Australia

After participating in the 40 Hour Famine, Asha Morrow was given the chance to do work experience at World Vision Australia. She shares her highlights and insights after a week behind the scenes.

Lilly – more than just a human trafficking survivor
3rd Nov, 14 | Posted by Ruth Dearnley
Lilly – more than just a human trafficking survivor

At 16, Lilly was trafficked into China to work on a rubber plantation. Today she volunteers with World Vision to raise awareness about the dangers of human trafficking.

“It’s really incredible, the change that I’ve seen”
31st Oct, 14 | Posted by Abebe
“It’s really incredible, the change that I’ve seen”

When the 1984 Ethiopian famine hit, Abebe watched as it dried out his land, starved his daughter and killed his crops. Today he is a model farmer producing famous crops that bring buyers far and wide, and is an example of how World Vision’s long term development work transforms...

World Vision Australia Blog Ambassador Trip 2014
29th Oct, 14 | Posted by Louise Acheson
World Vision Australia Blog Ambassador Trip 2014

We’re excited to announce our 2014 Blog Ambassador Trip! In late November World Vision will take two Australian bloggers to experience our work in Uganda.

Brothers – they can drive you crazy but still make you smile
27th Oct, 14 | Posted by Nikki Kerridge
Brothers – they can drive you crazy but still make you smile

Big brothers can be a pain but they can also make you smile. World Vision's Nikki Kerridge shares her memories of meeting Cecelia and her brothers in Myanmar.