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From child soldier to defence lawyer and refugee advocate.
Hear the incredible story of Deng Adut at the 2017 World Vision Youth Conference.
Register today: [ Worldvision.com.au Link ]
This is the story of a young girl from South Sudan - Nyabol. Violence and fighting among men in her hometown forced her to leave home and find refuge in Kakuma, a refugee settlement in Kenya.

When you take up this year's 40 Hour Famine, you'll commit to living out of your backpack for 40 hours to raise funds for refugee and displaced children, like Nyabol.

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Sarah Willetts
More than 16 million Syrians need humanitarian assistance, including 4.8 million people who’ve been forced to flee their country to escape violence. More than half of those affected are children.

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.

When you...
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At the age of eight, Hani was forced to say goodbye to his home. He moved from place to place and feared for his future. Eventually, Hani and his parents, along with his two younger siblings, settled in a refugee camp outside of Syria.

Now, returning to school, Hani and many other children in similar situations are given a safe place to play and learn. Children can be children. It’s a place...
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We’re so pumped to have Poppy Starr on-board for the 40 Hour Famine Backpack Challenge!

Learn more about her incredible story as a world champion skateboarder - [ Poppystarr.com Link ]

Join the challenge: [ Wva.me Link ]

Photo credit: Jason Edwards Photo – Herald Sun
We’re so pumped to have Poppy Starr onboard for the 40 Hour Famine Backpack Challenge
Karen Alexander
Sara’s childhood was safe and secure with her family in Syria, enjoying playing with her barbies, and playing hide and seek with her brothers and sisters.

Then her home was bombed.

When Sara’s family fled Syria, she took just two things with her. Her photo album and her watch, a gift from her Dad.

By living out of a backpack for this years’ 40 Hour Famine, you’ll help to raise funds for...
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Half of the 25,000 Syrian refugees who live in the Azraq refugee camp in Jordan are children.
Many of these children fled their homes years ago and have had little opportunity to learn and play since leaving Syria.
That’s why with support from the English Premier League, World Vision have helped establish 2 football pitches and train coaches to run games. This program is not only providing a...
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Half of the 25000 Syrian refugees who live in the Azraq refugee
Rachel’s family were forced to flee the violence in South Sudan in 2013, and have been relying on monthly food rations from World Vision to survive in a Ugandan refugee camp.
Thanks to these food donations, Rachel’s family have been able to set up a place to live within the camp and Rachel has even been able to continue her studies at a local primary school!
By joining the 40 Hour Famine this...
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Rachels family were forced to flee the violence in South Sudan in
Sarah Sanders
Whether you're eating real eggs or chocolate ones this weekend, we hope you all have an awesome Easter break with family and friends!
Whether youre eating real eggs or chocolate ones this weekend we hope
More than 32 million children around the world have been forced to leave their homes due to conflict.

When you join this year's 40 Hour Famine, you'll commit to living out of your backpack for 40 hours to raise funds for refugee and displaced children.

Join us in standing up to the biggest humanitarian crisis of our time [ Wva.me Link ]
More than 32 million children around the world have been forced to

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Did you know that more than 270,000 people have been displaced from in and around Mosul since October last year?

World Vision is working to help more than 66,000 of those who have fled, through clean water and food as well as other essentials like blankets.
Child Friendly Spaces in displacement camps are also helping provide children with a safe place to learn and play.

See how...
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Did you know that more than 270000 people have been displaced from
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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Thanks to everyone who got involved in the Halogen ImagiNATION events over
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!
Hey there Adelaide Were excited to be at the Halogen Australia ImagiNATION
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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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Alexandra Ryan
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.
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Today were at the Halogen Australia ImagiNATION leadership event in Perth Looking
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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The Azraq refugee camp is currently home to over 25000 Syrian refugees