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Sisters don’t have to beg anymore

27/06/2015

World Vision Child Rescue supporters are helping to provide vulnerable children in Myanmar with practical support so they don’t have to beg anymore.

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How a sponsor got Pedrito back on track

23/06/2015

At age 10, Pedrito was about to drop out of school. But with help from his sponsor, he's now set for a career as a motor mechanic.

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Asking Joe the hard questions on aid cuts

18/06/2015

$1 billion in cuts to aid in the 2015 budget have seen us slump to 13th amongst aid donors in the OECD. We asked Joe Hockey if he thinks the cuts are fair.

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20 million voices call for zero child deaths

17/06/2015

Were you among the 20 million people who pledged to make sure world leaders stop at nothing to end preventable child deaths?

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World Vision continuing to provide essential relief to those affected by the Nepal Earthquakes

10/06/2015

Over a month after a powerful 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck Nepal, killing at least 8,693 people, World Vision has helped more than 56,025 people with essential emergency relief supplies.

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Cyclone Pam: sanctuary in a storm

3/06/2015

When Cyclone Pam carved a path of destruction in Vanuatu earlier this year, there was little place to shelter from the storm’s devastating force.

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Martu visit Western Bulldogs HQ to talk business

29/05/2015

A group of Martu men from the remote reaches of Western Australia’s Pilbara region visited Melbourne this week as part of a study trip to learn how business is done in the boardrooms of some of...

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Melbourne’s homeless pitch in for earthquake survivors

28/05/2015

Unemployment and homelessness couldn’t stop Melburnians at the Transit Soup Kitchen from sparing a few gold coins to help Nepal earthquake survivors.

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Where is God during disasters like Nepal?

28/05/2015

Last month I spent time in Nepal following the first devastating earthquake, offering encouragement to World Vision’s extraordinary staff and seeking support for our emergency appeal in Australia.

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