Ramhari’s vegetable farm is overflowing with cucumbers and tomatoes after he received farming training from World Vision in Nepal. Pictured here with his grandson Nischal aged 3, he is glad that he no longer has to worry about their future.

After losing his home and belongings in the 2015 Earthquake, Ramhari could get back on his feet by gaining the knowledge and material support he needed...
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Ramharis vegetable farm is overflowing with cucumbers and tomatoes after he received
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Fishing doesn't just provide a meal for a family, it’s a way of life. Many communities we work with rely on agriculture for food and income; our work supports them to grow more crops of higher nutritional and market value – in a sustainable way.

With World Vision, you can give the meaningful gift of a fish farm. A pond stocked with fish means parents can feed growing children an excellent...
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Fishing doesnt just provide a meal for a family its a way
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05/21/2017 at 02:04. Facebook
Almost 1 million people have now arrived to Northern Uganda, fleeing conflict and hunger in South Sudan. Liam Cunningham, actor and World Vision Ambassador, visited a refugee settlement. He says “more food is needed, so much more. Sanitation, medical facilities. There are more than 2000 people arriving a day.”

Today World Vision is joining the Global Day of Prayer to end famine, raising...
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Our World Vision staff and partners are on the ground supporting people living in the refugee settlements in Northern Uganda.

Sheila and Evelyn are just two of the dedicated staff helping serve food to those at the Imvepi refugee settlement - In one day alone the group served 7000 hot meals.

"'I'm motivated by the smile that follows when someone is eating a meal. I see my work as an...
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Our World Vision staff and partners are on the ground supporting people
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05/19/2017 at 05:55. Facebook
Our largest corporate partner Jetstar Australia have teamed up with PayPal to make double the difference through StarKids this month! Until the end of May, PayPal will match all StarKids donations made by Jetstar customers who book flights on their Australian website and pay with PayPal (up to $20,000).

Through the generosity of Jetstar and their customers, our 10 year partnership is...
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Our largest corporate partner Jetstar Australia have teamed up with PayPal to
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05/18/2017 at 07:01. Facebook
Tim Costello, World Vision Chief Advocate, is in the Bidibidi refugee settlement in northern Uganda – the world’s largest refugee settlement, where 270,000 people are seeking refuge from conflict and hunger. Tim is in conversation with Comfort Achayo and Moses Mukitale discussing the response to the East Africa Emergency. Learn more at [ Bit.ly Link ]
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In a classroom in Mongolia students are waiting for one of their favourite classes to start. ‘Good Child’ teaches children the importance of being honest, learning how to forgive others and to be kind to one another.

For 13-year old Batchimeg this class has set her up for success with an increase in confidence. “My classmates used to tease me nicknaming ‘shorty and rosy cheeks’. I was so...
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In a classroom in Mongolia students are waiting for one of their
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05/17/2017 at 05:41. Facebook
In a rural community in Burundi, children are teaching other children with World Vision’s Reading to Learn project. Literacy Boost programs such as these provide opportunities for children to practice their reading skills both in and out of the classroom.

Globally, 250 million primary school aged children cannot read, write or count well enough to meet minimum learning standards. Through the...
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In a rural community in Burundi children are teaching other children with
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Join us for a LIVE Facebook interview from Uganda at 5pm (AEST) on Thursday 18 May, 2017.

Tim Costello, Chief Advocate of World Vision Australia, will be coming to you live from Bidi Bidi, the world’s largest refugee camp, sheltering 270,000 people – many of them fleeing conflict and hunger in South Sudan.

Tim will be meeting local World Vision staff who are on the ground responding to the...
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Join us for a LIVE Facebook interview from Uganda at 5pm AEST on Thursday 18 May 2017
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Thanks to your support of the Multiplying Gift Appeal last year, our partnership with the United Nations World Food Programme provided life-saving food assistance to 1,118,363 people in 14 countries.

For every dollar you give to the Multiplying Gift Appeal this year, we can deliver food up to 11 times the value of your gift.

You’ll help nurse severely malnourished children back to health...
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Thanks to your support of the Multiplying Gift Appeal last year our
When our ambassador Jules Sebastian visited Sri Lanka to see World Vision’s programs, she was blown away by the people she met. Visiting areas such as the tea plantations and hearing how World Vision’s support was changing people’s livelihoods and benefiting communities.

“My trip to Sri Lanka was an impactful one. The kindness of the people, their generosity and their zest for life inspire me...
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When our ambassador Jules Sebastian visited Sri Lanka to see World Visions
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Happy Mother’s Day to all the wonderful mothers out there!

Mitchel from Papau New Guinea is a mother of three young children. Her husband Joe works at a local mine which takes him away from home a lot, while Mitchel cares for their family in the village. Thanks to the support of World Vision in her community, she doesn’t have to travel as far to easily access clean water and health...
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Happy Mother’s Day to all the wonderful mothers out there
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World Vision staff member Kevin Tan recently visited Kenya with Thankyou. Group‘s Chief Impact Officer, Peter Yao. Together they saw firsthand the impact of our work together. Witnessing the resilience and confidence of the people in communities we support to overcome hardship.

“We visited a café in the market area within the Kakuma Refugee Camp. There were crowds of people enjoying a slice...
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World Vision staff member Kevin Tan recently visited Kenya with Thankyou Groups

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22 million people in East Africa are suffering from a hunger crisis. We need your urgent help to protect families from this looming catastrophe.

World Vision is on the ground responding with life-saving food, healthcare, clean water and more. Our emergency response aims to provide humanitarian assistance to 2.2 million people in Ethiopia, Kenya, Somalia and South Sudan over 12 months.

Act...
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Thank you to our generous partner Fullife Foundation for helping mothers by raising life-saving funds for Birthing Kits this Mother’s Day.

Birthing Kits contain six essential items which support health care workers in challenging conditions and help to protect mothers and children from life-threatening infections.

Up until Mother’s Day, you can donate $3 at Fullife Pharmacies, and help...
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Thank you to our generous partner Fullife Foundation for helping mothers by
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It’s National Volunteer Week in Australia, a time to recognise the great contributions that volunteers make to society. Some of our staff and World Vision Australia Blog Ambassadors are currently travelling in Indonesia and have met some incredible volunteers making a change in their community.

Today the team visited this health post (called Posyandu in the local language) located in Palu,...
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Its National Volunteer Week in Australia a time to recognise the great
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“Knowing that people in my community can earn something and provide for their families makes me very happy.”

Janaki had several failed business ventures in the past. In June 2016, she received a loan from the ARISE project and used it to buy a cutting machine and a brush polishing machine. Janaki’s brushes are now exported internationally and her business employs 35 people. She’s proud of...
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Knowing that people in my community can earn something and provide for
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“World Vision is on the hunt for smart, scalable tech ideas to help prepare young people to be job-ready to better access job opportunities,” said Claire Rogers, CEO of World Vision Australia. “We’re looking for bold ideas that will have real impact.”

That’s why we have partnered with Optus to launch the Future Makers World Vision Challenge. The successful applicant will receive a grant of...
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World Vision is on the hunt for smart scalable tech ideas to
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We're champions for women and girls. In times of conflict and crisis, existing inequalities and the breakdown of social networks contribute to women's suffering and heighten their vulnerability to sexual violence and exploitation.

When World Vision responds to emergencies, we work to ensure that women and children can access our services equally. Around the world we are helping women and...
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Were champions for women and girls In times of conflict and crisis
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When Lyndall and her daughter Holly went to visit their sponsor child Domina in Rwanda they could not have imagined how rewarding the experience would be. They learned that their sponsorship not only supports Domina, but also contributes to programs in the community.

Lyndall shared “A highlight of our visit was being taken to the Village Child Nutrition Centre which has been directly funded...
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When Lyndall and her daughter Holly went to visit their sponsor child

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