Right now, East Africa is facing one of the largest humanitarian crises of our time.

World Vision is there, reaching families in desperate need. You can be too: wvnz.org.nz/eastafrica-crisis
Two years ago, devastating earthquakes struck Nepal, affecting the lives of eight million people with death and destruction.

Two years later, World Vision continues to stand with survivors as they build back their lives. Halfway across the world, Kiwis stood by Nepal, raising an incredible $1.9 million for the most vulnerable children, like 4-year-old Abhiral, and their families. Thank you,...
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Two years ago devastating earthquakes struck Nepal affecting the lives of eight
We hope you’re all having a great term break! During the school holidays in Afghanistan, Jawed helps out his dad by taking care of his goats, and takes them to the market twice a week.

Part of Jawed’s job is keeping a keen eye on the herd – they can get lost in the crowd with so many other animals around!

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This year with the 40 Hour Famine: World Vision NZ, we're encouraging a generation of young Kiwis to stand side by side with the children of Syria once again.

The world is failing the children of Syria - they didn't start the war, but arguably they're the generation that has suffered the most. Learn more about this year's #40HFNZ and sign up today:
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Did you know? Mosquito nets are an inexpensive, long-lasting way to protect against malaria.

Mosquito nets can be effective for 2-3 years and can be used by those most at risk of malaria, such as young children and pregnant women in high malaria transmission areas. In Myanmar, Thin and his family sleep safely under their mosquito net which they know will keep them safe from...
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Did you know Mosquito nets are an inexpensive longlasting way to protect against malaria
Did you know? Dirty water is a breeding ground for mosquitos.

Vahati and her friends fetched water from dirty ponds that World Vision water projects aims to clean. This pond was their only water source for years before World Vision partnered with the local government to drill a borehole for their community to provide clean water and prevent mosquitos from breeding.

wvnz.org.nz/malaria-day1...
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Did you know Dirty water is a breeding ground for mosquitos
For mother of two, Esnart, the gift of a chicken has changed everything.

For years, she struggled to provide for her children and often wondered how she could see them reach their full potential. In 2004, she received 4 hens and a rooster, and after a year their farm grew to 200 roosters, 124 hens and 8 baby chicks. Esnart was able to invest in more livestock, a new business, a plot of land...
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For mother of two Esnart the gift of a chicken has changed everything
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In South Sudan, World Vision is providing mothers like Esther with lifesaving food and nutrition for their children. 3.5 million children under 5, like baby Eunice, are acutely malnourished in the East African region.

We are there treating malnutrition, teaching mothers how to prevent malnutrition and creating long-term resilience to shocks to the food system. We need your help so we can...
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In South Sudan World Vision is providing mothers like Esther with lifesaving
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Thank you New Zealand! Last Christmas, you gave almost 18,000 Smiles gifts.

Here are five stories of how your Smiles Gift changed lives and made someone smile:
Thank you New Zealand Last Christmas you gave almost 18000 Smiles gifts

5 people you made smile

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In South Sudan, World Vision is providing life-saving nutrition to those in need - particularly children. Little Abuk is eating Plumpy'Nut, a nutrient-rich peanut-based paste given to extremely malnourished children to encourage rapid weight gain.

As millions in East Africa face starvation, we need your help so we can reach even more people in desperate need: wvnz.org.nz/eastafrica-crisis
In South Sudan World Vision is providing lifesaving nutrition to those in
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Father of four Moli, 44, is one of the most successful cocoa farmers on the island of Malo, Vanuatu. We love his sweet story of success.

For seven years his family struggled to harvest cocoa, but after attending agricultural training with World Vision, his yield flourished. By learning techniques specific to cocoa beans, farmers like Moli have improved the quality and quantity of their cocoa,...
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Father of four Moli 44 is one of the most successful cocoa
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"Things used to be different. Our hot and dusty roads used to turn into deep rivers of mud once a year, when heavy clouds filled the sky and the rainy season approached. It was a time of celebration. But for the past two years, the rain hasn't come."

Fathers and farmers like Saîd are struggling as the threat of famine looms in Somalia:
Things used to be different Our hot and dusty roads used to

Families struggle to survive as UN fear famine in Somalia

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When Ritu (left) from India became a new mother, she learned the importance of maternal and child health. Now, she's passing on her knowledge to other mothers in her community.

"World Vision gave me a maternal and child health flip-booklet which is helpful when I'm teaching mothers. It has all the information and photos regarding breastfeeding, what malnutrition is, how to avoid it and the...
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When Ritu left from India became a new mother she learned the
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The East African crisis is claiming more lives every day in South Sudan. Children are facing violence, displacement, and hunger with more than one million children under-5 acutely malnourished.

World Vision is there treating malnutrition, teaching mothers how to prevent malnutrition, improving access to water, providing shelter and strengthening community based child protection mechanisms to...
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The East African crisis is claiming more lives every day in South
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The East Africa Hunger Crisis is claiming more lives every day in South Sudan.

World Vision is there. We are on the ground providing emergency life-saving assistance to the most vulnerable. But we need your help so we can reach even more people in desperate need: wvnz.org.nz/eastafrica-crisis
The East Africa Hunger Crisis is claiming more lives every day in South Sudan
With humanitarian needs around the world growing every day, giving children the space to play can be the most powerful thing of all:
With humanitarian needs around the world growing every day giving children the

The power of Child-Friendly Spaces

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In Bangladesh's Nilphamari-Sadar community, children are standing together to bring change.

In a country where around two out of three girls are married by the age of 18, this community is working together to make their area child marriage-free. Mitu (third from left), a year 11 student, is the chairperson of nine World Vision child forums in this district. All 550 members learn about child...
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In Bangladesh's NilphamariSadar community children are standing together to bring change
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For mother of two, Vanita, being an example for others is her way of leading.

"I love learning new things. I'll adjust my work to make sure I can attend World Vision savings group training sessions. I learn so that I can share information with the men, women and children in my village. I am grateful to World Vision and the sponsors who without seeing or meeting us, are fulfilling the dreams...
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For mother of two Vanita being an example for others is her way of leading
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With humanitarian needs around the world growing every day, giving children the space to play can be the most powerful thing of all:
With humanitarian needs around the world growing every day giving children the

The power of Child Friendly Spaces

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Amon Rimene
Right now, millions of people face starvation. Tens of thousands of children could die in the coming months from famine, food and water shortages and conflict across East Africa.

World Vision is on the ground providing emergency life-saving assistance to the most vulnerable but we need your help. With your support, we can reach even more people in desperate need.

Please, donate today:...
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