Thanks to everyone who got involved in the Halogen ImagiNATION events over the past few months.
If you didn't get the chance to attend, don't worry - because you can now book tickets for the World Vision Youth Conferences this June!
We will also be streaming the events LIVE on our Facebook page so everyone can get involved. For more info and dates check out our website:
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Hey there Adelaide! We're excited to be at the Halogen Australia ImagiNATION event today with our friends Thankyou. Melissa Doyle and Poppy Olsen. If you're joining us, come check out our stand and try out the virtual reality headset!
The secret is out!
In 2017 the 40 Hour Famine is changing and we're bringing you a bigger challenge than ever before. Let's work together to address the biggest humanitarian crisis of our time!
You can now register at our website and stay tuned for all the updates, event details and everything you need to get involved! And a big thanks to Poppy Olsen for the awesome shoutout! #40HourFamine
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Today we're at the Halogen Australia ImagiNATION leadership event in Perth! Looking forward to an awesome day of inspiring talks from our friends Poppy Olsen and Thankyou.
#togetherwecan
Today marks six years since the conflict broke out in Syria. 13-year-old Ali fled the conflict with his family. He now lives in a makeshift settlement in the Bekaa Valley, Lebanon where he works to help support his family instead of going to school. Find out more about the Syrian conflict and see how you can help: [ Wva.me Link ]
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The Azraq refugee camp is currently home to over 25,000 Syrian refugees – half of whom are children.
While safer than staying in Syria, life in a refugee camp can be dull. There are few activities and many of the children haven’t been to school since they fled violence in their home country.
This is why World Vision is helping develop sporting programs to help support the mental health and...
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20 year old Queenie was an exceptional student at school, but her family could not afford to continue her education. So when she was offered a World Vision scholarship to do a welding course, she didn’t hesitate to join the course.
“Learning the skill of welding wasn’t easy. It takes a lot of focus and effort to do it.
“My neighbours would say that I couldn't pass this welding training because...
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Last week tech giants joined forces with World Vision, to thrash out digital solutions to the education crisis facing more than 6 million displaced Syrian children.
Companies like Microsoft, Nethope, Cisco, Facebook and Google all met in Jordan over two days, for the No Lost Generation (NLG) Ed Tech summit.
This unique event has led to some truly innovative solutions in responding to the...
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World Vision are working to empower young people all over the world, with the skills and knowledge to protect vulnerable children – like this group of young adults in Jaipur, India!
Known as 'Udaan' which means to soar or fly, these passionate young adults formed a child protection group in their community in 2015.
As well as advocating for child rights and protection, the group also help to...
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The world is facing so many shared global challenges of war, poverty, hunger, displaced people and climate change. The need for us to work together to address these challenges has never been more important.
It’s really important that the Government listens to all Australians - not just experts - about the kind of world we want to live in and the role that Australia should have in making this a...
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There’s only one month to go until The Halogen Australia ImagiNATION Youth leadership event visits Perth and Adelaide!
Join us for an inspiring day of thought leadership, special guest speakers and interactive activities where you get to hear from some incredibly inspiring people and share your big ideas.
For event details and to get your school on board this March, visit [ Wva.me Link ]
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Did your parents ever dress you and your siblings in matching outfits, like these children from the Democratic Republic of the Congo?
Thanks to the nutrition program in this community their mother Kodenu has started her own vegetable garden in the family’s backyard – helping provide a valuable source of nutrients and income for the family.
Thanks to her garden, she is also making an income...
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The world is facing so many shared global challenges of war, poverty, hunger, displaced people and climate change. Right now, the need for us to work together to address these challenges has never been more urgent.
It’s so important that the Government listens to all Australians - not just experts - about the kind of world we want to live in and the role Australia should have in making this a...
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When Ireen began noticing her young grandson Hector had no energy and was struggling to gain weight, she became concerned for his health. That’s when nurses at the local health clinic suggested Ireen join a nutrition cooking class, supported by World Vision.
Once a week, parents attend classes and learn how to prepare nutritious meals for children using inexpensive, locally available...
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To celebrate the achievements of one of our biggest supporters, World Vision has nominated Grace Jenman for the 2016 International Children's Peace Prize!
Grace (pictured left) is an exceptional young Australian who has been involved with the 40 Hour Famine since she was just 12 years old. As a highly motivated young student, Grace managed to raise money to help fight global hunger, by...
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There is less than a week to go until The Halogen Australia ImagiNATION Youth leadership event in Melbourne and we’re getting excited! This will be an awesome day of inspiring guest speakers, thought leadership and interactive activities where you have the opportunity to share big ideas and realise your potential. See how you can get involved here: [ Wva.me Link ]
Are you a change maker? Do you want to make a difference in the world? Come join us for The Halogen Australia ImagiNATION Youth leadership event! An exciting, inclusive and inspiring community where everybody is warmly welcomed and tomorrow's leaders are made.
This will be an epic event with special guest speakers and interactive activities, where you will have the opportunity to share your...
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This dedicated group of boys aged six through to 14 gave up things such as furniture, food, technology and even cuddles with the dog to raise awareness for those living in poverty during this year’s 40 Hour Famine!
The group also held a fundraising event where they washed cars and sold baked goods and toys to help them reach their overall goal of $5000. Andrea, mother of four of the boys,...
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To all of our amazing supporters who gave up something they love for 40 hours, we want to say thank you! By taking a stand against hunger, you're helping to change the lives of people all over the world and that is something to be truly proud of.