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Aussies Tracy and Murray McCallum took their four children to Malawi to visit their sponsored child. Learn what the McCallum family gained from their incredible trip and from their many years as sponsors.
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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
#WorldVision relief supplies have landed in #PortMoresby. Much needed items will be distributed to some of the more than 270,000 people in need of immediate assistance following the magnitude 7.5 earthquake that struck the highlands in February.
What does home mean to you? Today, more than 5.6 million Syrians have fled Syria and the war continues. When we asked Nisreen why family is important, she laughed. Rightfully so. Find out why here: https://t.co/5mFWIaFotn
16-year-old Nisreen is one of thousands of refugee children who have #StoriesAfterSyria. We teamed up with @ContrastVR to share her story in 360 degrees. Click here to watch her inspiring virtual reality story: https://t.co/9Wa40sF8v4
We surveyed more than 1,200 children in Syria, Lebanon & Jordan, to explore how conflict continues to affect them. Read the results and find out how governments can improve children's futures in our Beyond Survival report #StoriesAfterSyria https://t.co/YRuTxCyule
Meet Mahmoud, Yousef, Obada, Najat, Tabarak, Nisreen, and Marah. This week, to mark 7 years since violence erupted in their homeland, they’ll be sharing their #StoriesAfterSyria. Get to know them here: https://t.co/8tseQUP0Wd
We teamed up with @ContrastVR to help child refugees tell their #StoriesAfterSyria. We’ll be releasing their 360 films throughout March