World Vision Goodwill Ambassador Melissa Doyle sponsored Khulan 11 years ago, helping her to follow her dreams. Today, Khulan is at university studying engineering.
World Vision is helping child labourers like Ima get back into school.
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We’re partnering with @dfat to help women in #SriLanka grow productive and nutritious organic home #gardens! This is not only improving #nutrition but it’s empowering #women to earn an income: https://t.co/EPN3gMxwnp
Participating in a World Vision implemented savings group has placed a group of Zambian women within reach of a better life for their families. Now they can comfortably pay school fees for their children and put tin roofs on their homes. Read on here: https://t.co/lsTx1lxaze
What are the Sustainable Development Goals? And how are we working to achieve them? Head to our blog to find out: https://t.co/3mJR6rNfbz
The McCallum family recount their visit to meet their sponsored child in Malawi. Mother, Tracey says, ‘We felt very privileged and humbled to be accepted into their community’, says Tracy. Read more about her experience here: https://t.co/Dg4YmJ0bXC
Nutrition programs can save lives. World Vision is helping mothers in Uganda learn how to prepare and feed their children healthy meals from locally sourced food. Learn more here: https://t.co/jFl0RO1P7W
We’re thrilled that our Bangladesh, PNG and Vanuatu proposals have been selected for the Australian Government’s Water for Women Fund. Thanks @dfat and @GHDspeaks
#ICYMI: Was 2017 the worst year ever? Not if you look at the stats: https://t.co/zehf9wi30e via @GuardianAus
Thanks for your incredible support in 2017! Wishing you all a prosperous and happy 2018, from all of us at World Vision.
The most serious challenge facing dryland farmers in #Ethiopia is how to capture and convert the little rain that falls into food or income. See how farmer Girma learned new skills to overcome this: https://t.co/2THtK2AlPk
"Seven years after the war began, millions of #Syrians still live in limbo. Many want to go home, some have lost their homes, and all are seeking a safe place to rebuild their lives." Read more on our blog: https://t.co/1X5JNH1b5H