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In March 2018, VICE travelled to the Beqaa Valley with photojournalist Andrew Quilty and World Vision Australia to document stories of refugees on the seventh anniversary of the Syrian War. Here is the incredible story...
Prasanna Da Silva, World Vision's Senior Director of Operations for the South Asia & Pacific Region shares stories from the influx of #refugees into #Uganda from #SouthSudan. The individual stories of their #heroism, often untold. Read more on our blog: https://t.co/axO2rtTvpQ
"World Vision over the last 5 years have seen over 90% of the children they treat for malnourishment make a full recovery & are reaching one person every ten seconds with clean water."
Our Blog Ambassador @HallworthAlison writes about focusing on the good:
Our Public Affairs Officer @angussmithh travelled to the Beqaa Valley in March with Afghanistan-based photojournalist Andrew Quilty & @VICEAU. They went to hear the stories of young Syrians like Ibrahim. “I’m 20 years old, I don’t want to fight.”
“Seeing how they suffer you want to do more as a person,” says Valda, who oversees World Vision’s #TB programming across southern #PapuaNewGuinea: https://t.co/mT6TLE3wRW
We're using localised treatment facilities and education to prevent the spread of TB in #PapuaNewGuinea. Find out how: https://t.co/mT6TLDLVtm
Thanks to you, we're reaching one new person with clean #water every 10 seconds! Join us we work to reach 20 million people by 2020: https://t.co/GiAqh6g6Ts
Violet has a reason to celebrate thanks to a new borehole we helped to build in her village in #Zambia!
Learn more about how we're helping to bring safe, clean #water to children and communities: https://t.co/GiAqh6g6Ts
Did you know that on average 72% of household #water is collected by women and 14% by children? We're helping to improve access to water for women's health and safety. Find out how: https://t.co/SeGblfSdy6
Last year we partnered with Australian business @AquamateTanks to bring clean water to 4 remote communities across southern Zambia. Learn more: https://t.co/0UWxraiUeB
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