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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Planning a holiday? @PayPalAU have teamed up with @JetstarAirways to make double the difference when you book a flight & donate through #StarKids until 31 March! Find out more: https://t.co/yjWPQi5qEh
As child #malnutrition continues to climb in #SouthSudan, World Vision is opening five new nutrition centres in Juba today: https://t.co/0qebiR6CwW
Happy #ValentinesDay2018! What says "love" to you?
#bearsonstairs will be live on Facebook today! Join us live on the #safeandfree Facebook group at 12:30 pm: https://t.co/JWnDYc6SKE
The stairs of St Paul’s is being transformed for #bearsonstairs and we’re not even finished yet! Come past at 12:30 for live music and speeches as part of World Vision’s campaign for refugees #safeandfree
"They forced me to work with them … I’ve been there for a long time, since 2014 “ said former #childsolider Lemi. He is one of 700 child soldiers who have been released today in #SouthSudan through #WorldVision's work. Read more: https://t.co/rgdbgQd32M
World Vision is implementing the #StopTB Project in Daru, Western Province of #PNG. This project funded by @dfat is easing pressure on local healthcare systems through trained treatment supporters like Daisy. Learn more about our approach to tuberculosis: https://t.co/rms0kSOV03
Around the world, we are working to help #refugee children who are affected by #emergencies reclaim their right to #education. Can you help? https://t.co/7x1QjExYGV
Wonderful article by World Vision Blog Ambassador @VanishaMVakaoti about @TimCostello's books, #Faith and #Hope. Read the thoughtful review on her blog “A Life Unstyled” here: https://t.co/tY4tFV8huv
Did you know that girls’ #education is seen as the single best investment developing countries can make? Studies from the #WorldBank show that 1 extra year of secondary school can increase a girls’ future income by 15 - 25%. Read more: https://t.co/2RPP3hp6mj #SDG #genderequality