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.
Unemployment and homelessness couldn’t stop Melburnians at the Transit Soup Kitchen from sparing a few gold coins to help Nepal earthquake survivors.
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.
Hugh Jackman, his venture Laughing Man, and some helping hands have changed the life of Ethiopian coffee farmer Dukale.
The 2015 Budget cut the relatively small Australian aid program (only about one percent of total government spending) by 20 percent.
Did you enjoy ethically sourced chocolate this Easter?
Every day, children as young as six can be found roaming the streets of Papua New Guinea’s capital, Port Moresby, looking for ways to find food and money.
Much has been achieved for child health over the last 15 years through the Millennium Development Goals.
I was lucky enough to join World Vision supporters on a recent Global One trip to Uganda.
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