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Our WASH & IWRM Technical Advisor @MikePoustie to speak at @TheDevCircle Sep 5 on #sanitation challenges. Learn more https://t.co/h076z2EbHD
.@nltamplin shares a blog on meeting a #Dalit community, known as untouchables, in #Nepal where #WorldVision works: https://t.co/l15GDDKY8x
"This was something special" - Christine writes about her experience meeting her sponsored child Asya in Ethiopia: https://t.co/CUe2StHF2B
Today is #WorldHumanitarianDay: Celebrating our quiet heroes in the battle against TB, watch Dorthy's story here: https://t.co/cPLZ0DG2Z5
On #WHD17, Humanitarian Emergency Affairs specialist Mwiyeria Munyeki says "aid workers are #notatarget!" Read more: https://t.co/W5DXAKLc6u
It's #WHD17 & we love stories like Ronnie's. He is World Vision Papua New Guinea's TB Liaison Officer https://t.co/wqqL85NcbI #notatarget
When humanitarians are prevented from delivering aid, people in need suffer most. Sign the petition https://t.co/pOFtuybJjJ #NotATarget
This World Humanitarian Day, let us all remember that children, civilians and humanitarian workers are #NotATarget. #WHD2017
This #WHD2017 Estelle writes about her experiences meeting dedicated #WorldVision staff in Cambodia, Myanmar & Nepal https://t.co/JdoWWamAgq
2 years ago Vanuatu needed #Australia’s help after Cyclone Pam. When we met Yakel tribe, they wanted to say thank you @dfat @JulieBishopMP