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Have you ever been hit in the head by a sanitary pad?
27th May, 16 | Posted by Shelby Stapleton
Have you ever been hit in the head by a sanitary pad?

Shelby Stapleton has. Read about the challenges menstruation poses for girls worldwide and some of the people fighting to solve them.

Former sponsored child Dwi Maria is a teacher and international speaker
20th May, 16 | Posted by Dwi Maria
Former sponsored child Dwi Maria is a teacher and international speaker

In her own words: Dwi Maria tells how her family, the “poorest among the poor” and marginalised as Christians in a community with religious tension, changed their destiny with the help of child sponsors.

What progress looks like in a challenging and complex environment
16th May, 16 | Posted by Louise Kilgour
What progress looks like in a challenging and complex environment

After a trip to the Solomon Islands to evaluate World Vision's WASH programming, Louise reflects on some of the challenges that come with working in remote communities - and why the difficulty is worth it.

Two visits in 12 years: seeing Zakayo and his community grow through sponsorship
26th Apr, 16 | Posted by Brian Rose
Two visits in 12 years: seeing Zakayo and his community grow through sponsorship

Child sponsor Brian reflects on the difference he has seen over twelve years of sponsoring Zakayo from Kenya.

The gift of a name
22nd Apr, 16 | Posted by Mariska Meldrum
The gift of a name

Mariska reflects on the special moment she shared with a mother and baby at a World Vision supported birthing clinic in Uganda.

The cost of conflict: Syria’s shattered economy
13th Apr, 16 | Posted by Emma Wanchap
The cost of conflict: Syria’s shattered economy

World Vision's Emma Wanchap highlights what the cost of conflict has been for Syria's economy and the neighbouring nations also bearing the impact.