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We are devoted to the protection and development of children everywhere - including Australia. We proudly walk with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to create the future they want for their children, families and communities. #VoiceTreatyTruth
Investing in children early limits intergenerational poverty and illness. Yet a fraction of our aid goes towards keeping kids safe. It's time the Australian Government put children at the heart of Australian aid.
This crisis impacts everyone. But the poorest and youngest people are being hit hardest. The climate crisis threatens to reverse many of the hard-won achievements we've made together to end extreme poverty.
A new Ebola virus outbreak has already killed over 2000 people in the Democratic Republic of Congo. The virus is spreading! We're calling on the Australian Government to urgently increase its humanitarian contribution to help #EndEbola
According to research conducted by World Vision; 75 percent of children in Papua New Guinea experience physical abuse and 307 child rapes were reported over 12 months in Port Moresby. We must do more to keep kids in our neighbourhood safe from violence.
Everyone has the right to be safe and free, from kids we campaigned to get off Nauru, to the 70m+ people around the world displaced by war and disasters. The Australian Government must show more compassion and leadership for people in the greatest need.
Australia and the rest of the global community is not keeping pace with the growing number of humanitarian crises - the majority of which are caused by human conflict. You can help build peace by choosing from 10 simple but meaningful steps in the #PeacePledge
A locust plague in East Africa is eating the food of World Vision registered sponsor children. It’s the largest swarm in 70 years! If we don’t act now, it could make millions of people food insecure in Ethiopia, Kenya, Somalia, Uganda, Sudan and South Sudan. We need the Government to act now!
From Malawi to Myanmar, we’re kicking goals. This is a snapshot of where and how our work is contributing to the achievement of the SDGs. Goals of this scope and scale require teamwork, so we rely on partnerships including with the Australian Government.
The #BlackLivesMatter movement in Australia revealed we need to educate ourselves more about First Nations people, their cultures and histories. We believe having an Aboriginal Cultural Educator in every school would be a great start- find out more!
While Australia can now breathe a small sigh of relief, too many of our neighbours around the world are ill-equipped to deal with a pandemic. This COVID crisis won't end for anyone, until it ends for everyone! Find out how you can join the movement to #EndCovidForAll