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Badal is a sponsored child in India who loves playing board games with his friends. He attends a learning centre for children with disabilities, started by World Vision in his community. The classes are designed to help children learn new skills through activities such as drawing, exercise, music and reading. Often stigmatised by society, the children find a sense of belonging when they attend...
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Meet Sok from Cambodia – a proud business owner and mother of two young children. Sok used to work in a garment factory but the long hours meant that she had very little time to look after her children. She had to stop working as a result, until she enrolled in a vocational training program run by World Vision in her community. Here she learned tailoring skills, enabling her to start her own...
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12/06/2016 at 04:00. Facebook
Early childhood development (ECD) helps provide a solid foundation for a child’s future. Dorcas from Kenya, was one of 30 teachers in her region to be trained by World Vision in early childhood development. She has seen the positive impact this has had on her students, with those attending the ECD classes performing better in primary school, compared to those who did not. “Those who started...
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World Vision Australia
12/05/2016 at 02:15. Facebook
In recognition of International Volunteer Day for Economic and Social Development, today we are celebrating the invaluable contributions of our volunteers. Volunteers such as Isabel from East Timor who are passionate about improving the lives of the world’s poorest people. Isabel spends about eight hours a week visiting young mothers at their homes, providing maternal and child health...
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World Vision Australia
12/02/2016 at 23:30. Facebook
An overwhelming 80% of people with disabilities globally live in poverty. In recognition of International Day of Persons with Disabilities, World Vision’s Shelby Stapleton blogs about the importance of disability inclusion in our work around the world. This means that children like Samuel from Kenya can access quality wheelchairs, even in the most rural and remote communities. This is just one...
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Imagine better: disability inclusion and the path to a fairer future

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World Vision Australia
12/02/2016 at 01:30. Facebook
Today is the International Day for the Abolition of Slavery. The focus of this day is on eradicating contemporary forms of slavery, such as trafficking in persons, child labour and forced marriage.
Channarith is a university student from Cambodia who is passionate about educating his community about unsafe migration and human trafficking. He is a strong advocate for World Vision’s work and...
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World Vision Australia
12/01/2016 at 04:00. Facebook
The world has come a long way since the discovery of the HIV virus more than 30 years ago – but on World AIDS Day, we recognise that HIV is still here. Across the globe, World Vision partners with communities to increase awareness and support HIV prevention. We also help people access testing, counselling, and treatment. So no one is left behind in the effort to end HIV and AIDS. We couldn’t...
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Seven-year-old Shanti from India loves reading. This wasn’t always the case though. Shanti used to find school difficult because the reading material was written in Hindi, which she did not understand. That was before World Vision introduced the Literacy Boost program in her community and helped change the reading material to Santhali, the local language. Shanti is now thriving. “Reading is so...
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Ever wondered how World Vision gifts can help families in need? Meet Piyara from Bangladesh. After her husband passed away, Piyara was left to support her two young daughters alone. Determined to transform her life, she attended training in poultry rearing run by World Vision in her community. Once she completed her training, Piyara received some chickens to help kick-start her new business...
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The team at Mountain Blue have been working hard over the past few months to share the goodness with Australia! We just want to say thank you to all our supporters and blueberry lovers who bought some delicious Eureka Australian Blueberries this season!
Over the past few months more than 2 million punnets (344 tonnes) of blueberries have been sold all over Australia - helping to improve the...
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“If one tree is cut then we have to grow five trees to replace them”, says eleven-year-old Rashmi from Rajasthan, India. Rashmi lives in a semi-arid district of Rajasthan which has been negatively affected by deforestation and climate change. World Vision ran education workshops in her community to help members understand the impacts of climate change and how to address them. This also...
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On a recent trip to Myanmar, World Vision’s new CEO Claire Rogers met a young woman who was in need of support after having left a forced and abusive marriage.
“World Vision was able to step in and provide her both counselling and financial assistance. In her words what we had actually given her was hope, enabling her to have the courage to start rebuilding her life,” says Claire.
Today is the...
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It has been just over a month since forces launched the battle to re-take the city of Mosul. In that time more than 50,000 people have fled, with almost half of them children under 18.
Now living in the Zelican camp, based 25 kilometres outside of Mosul, these children describe their experiences living under ISIL.
Learn more about the Mosul crisis and how you can help children and families...
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Four-year old Yash from India is excitedly holding onto his vaccination card. His mother, Shweta makes sure he gets all his vaccinations on time and says, “I want my child to be healthy and safe”. Shweta learned about the importance of immunisation from World Vision staff in her community and since then she has also become a volunteer for World Vision, sharing her knowledge with others. Shweta...
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It can be sad when a sponsorship comes to an end, but often it is a really positive thing when World Vision moves out of a community. See how child sponsor Moira has helped a community to become self sufficient.

A sponsorship story - World Vision Australia Blog

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"Dreaming of becoming a teacher makes me happy,” says Akhilesh (centre) from India. Thanks to remedial education classes, Akhilesh is able to receive additional age appropriate tutoring in subjects like mathematics, science and English, which has helped improve his ability to learn.
“In school it took me time to understand what the teacher was teaching. But now after attending the remedial...
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It’s Universal Children’s Day! Every child deserves to play, learn and enjoy their childhood - but street children in countries like Afghanistan rarely have the luxury. That’s why World Vision runs a Street Children’s Centre. It’s a safe place where kids can come every day and access health services, education and of course, have fun together! Recently, the children were overjoyed to receive a...
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Happy World Toilet Day!
To many of us in Australia, the thought of not having a toilet in our homes or nearby is hard to imagine. But for many people around the world, like Pramila, this is the reality.
“With small kids at home it was difficult to take them along with me to the field,” says mother of two Pramila, “…and leaving them alone at home is a scary thought for a mother”.
This is why...
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“I now have money to buy books and pens for my school going children,” says small business owner Morzina from Bangladesh. Morzina received training in raising poultry and livestock as part of a World Vision project in her community aimed at helping families improve their incomes. After the training, Morzina received 15 chickens and three goats. “These chickens and goats have offered me a new...
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Today marks one month since the military offensive began in Mosul, Iraq. Since then thousands of families and children have been displaced, often arriving at displacement camps after a long journey from their homes. World Vision is on the ground helping to improve access to water, sanitation and hygiene, as well as setting up Child Friendly Spaces. These spaces help children to feel safe and...
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