The world is only as strong as the weakest health system.

 

COVID-19 is a global pandemic and it requires a global response. We need solidarity – at the local, national and global level – to protect vulnerable communities and combat the spread of the virus across the globe. 

Join World Vision's call for the Australian Government to urgently: 

1. Protect vulnerable First Nations communities in Australia

2. Contribute Australia's fair share to the global humanitarian response

3. Make our recovery a #GreenRecovery


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Our policy experts' advice on COVID-19 


   Dr Scott Winch

    First Nations Policy Advisor


   Nadine Haddad

    Humanitarian Emergencies Policy Advisor



What is World Vision doing to stop the virus?



Combatting COVID-19 in Cox's Bazar Refugee Camp

First Nations communities risk losing generations of cultural knowledge, language and leadership. COVID-19 poses a grave threat to older First Nations people who hold this knowledge, but suffer higher levels of chronic disease.

  Scott Winch

   First Nations Policy Advisor

Our strongest health system in the world is only as strong as the weakest. This virus has no borders. Either we fight it together to wipe it out or we don’t. There is no halfway solution.

  Nadine Haddad

   Humanitarian Emergencies Policy Advisor