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Two World Vision-Supported Children Killed In Northern Syria

Thursday, August 26, 2021

two boys supported by World Vision have been killed by an unexploded mine in Idlib

World Vision calls on Australia to accept extra 20,000 Afghan refugees

Thursday, August 19, 2021

World Vision has called on the government to accept an additional refugees from Afghanistan

Death toll rises after Haiti quake, hundreds still missing

Monday, August 16, 2021

Tropical storm Grace bears down on Haiti hampering aid efforts

Act now to protect the children of Afghanistan: World Vision

Monday, August 16, 2021

World Vision has warned that countless more vulnerable children will pay the ultimate price as they are caught up in conflict in Afghanistan

Huge Haiti quake yet another crisis for vulnerable nation on top of hunger, COVID-19 and political unrest

Sunday, August 15, 2021

World Vision is deeply concerned that the devastation the Haiti earthquake causes in a country already hit by extreme poverty social and political unrest,

‘School readiness’ is a key to closing the early childhood education gap | World Vision

Wednesday, August 4, 2021

An enduring commitment to make sure First Nations kids are ‘school ready’ through quality early childhood education is one of the keys to closing the gap, World Vision’s acting head of First Nations Programs Grant Paulson said today.

You must Know Your Country to Heal Country – more than half Australians agree

Tuesday, July 6, 2021

More than half of Australians (57 per cent) agree learning more about First Nations history, peoples and culture will help heal Country- the theme for NAIDOC week 2021, new research released today has shown.

World Vision strongly condemns artillery attack in Syria killing nine, including seven children

Tuesday, July 6, 2021

Seven children are among nine people killed by an artillery attack in north-west Syria just days before the UN Security Council votes on cross-border aid for the region. Recently, it has been verified 512 children were killed in Syria just last year, mainly in north-west Syria’s Idlib area and mainly due to airstrikes. Around 1.7 million girls and boys live in north-west Syria[1], many whom are forcibly displaced and still in need of urgent assistance.

Australian Principals support First Nations campaign to combat ‘knowledge gap’

Friday, June 25, 2021

Australian principals are throwing their support behind a new campaign for a First Nations Cultural Educator in every primary school.

Australians support First Nations cultural educators in every primary school, poll confirms

Thursday, June 17, 2021

The best way to promote a shared understanding of First Nations culture in Australia is through education, a recent poll has found. Seven in 10 Australians surveyed also agree education is the key to “reducing racism”.

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