Indigenous Australia

  1. Participants in World Vision’s Young Mob Leadership Program gain cultural knowledge and skills to lead and inspire their Indigenous peers.
  2. Our Warlpiri Early Childhood Care and Development Project aims to improve the health and wellbeing of young children in four remote Indigenous communities in the Northern Territory.

We create strong partnerships to see kids growing up happy, healthy and strong in thriving Indigenous Australian communities. We work with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities who have invited us to join them in achieving positive and lasting change.

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World Vision first worked with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island Australians in 1974 and our involvement has continued to grow. As a child-focussed agency, we work for the best interests of children. We do this by supporting families and communities to gain the knowledge, skills and access to services they need to achieve their goals and overcome disadvantages.

Video: World Vision's work in Australia

World Vision CEO Tim Costello speaks about how World Vision has been working with Indigenous communities in Australia for over 30 years. Read more.

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KENDYLL
Mar 11, 2014

"<p><span style="font-size: 10pt; line-height: 115%;">Great work guys. We&rsquo;re all behind you.</span></p>"

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Yvonne Cooper
May 29, 2013

"Congratulations, this sounds a wonderful practical project, that will no doubt make a real difference to these children's health! Thank you! Love the photo too."

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Doreen
May 29, 2013

"With a smile like that Simeon will make this world a better place."

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sarah
Sep 06, 2012

"i love youxxx you guys are helping everyone KEEP IT UP!!! :)"

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