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Further support for India and the Pacific critical to Australia’s fight against COVID

Wednesday, May 5, 2021

The Federal Government announced a COVID-19 vaccine roll-out to Timor Leste and Fiji, and a second lot of support to India

India’s COVID-19 crisis requires ‘mammoth global effort’; World Vision addresses bed and oxygen shortage

Wednesday, April 28, 2021

World Vision is at the centre of India’s COVID-19 crisis and is ready to ramp up its response as it mourns the loss of staff to the virus in recent days.

How climate change is hitting the world’s most vulnerable the hardest

Thursday, April 22, 2021

Climate-related disasters could wipe out decades of development progress, World Vision has warned, and urged world leaders to act

World Vision joins global push to fight hunger crisis

Tuesday, April 20, 2021

More than 200 NGOs have published an open letter calling on all governments to urgently increase aid to stop more than 34 million people, from being pushed to the brink of starvation this year

Australia’s vaccine boost for PNG and Timor-Leste shows the world how it should be done

Tuesday, April 13, 2021

World Vision Australia (WVA) has welcomed the Australian Government’s ongoing support for Timor-Leste and Papua New Guinea, hailing its leadership and generosity as an example to the rest of the world

‘An invisible crisis’: Seven million people at risk of starvation in East Africa

Tuesday, April 6, 2021

More than seven million people across six countries in East Africa are on the brink of starvation.

The violence against children in Myanmar must stop: World Vision

Wednesday, March 31, 2021

As of March 29, 2021, more than 40 of the 510 civilians documented[1] as killed amid the political unrest in Myanmar, are children. At least 10 of the 114 killed during the annual Armed Forces Day on March 27 were minors. Almost 1000 children are estimated[2] to have been arbitrarily detained to date. Children continue to be hurt or killed by the very forces meant to protect them, within homes and communities, where they should be safe. The brutality and traumatising scenes unfolding in their lives will leave deep psychological, physical and emotional scars which a lifetime may not heal. The use of intimidation, force, tear gas, rubber bullets and firepower by security forces against children and civilians is unacceptable. It must stop now.

World Vision mobilises emergency response after huge blaze at Rohingya refugee camp

Wednesday, March 24, 2021

World Vision has activated an emergency response plan to provide immediate support to the thousands of people who have lost their homes after a fire ripped through Cox’s Bazar – the world’s largest and most densely populated refugee camp.

Vital to Get PNG Vaccine Rollout Right First Time, Or Risk Losing COVID War

Friday, March 19, 2021

The 8000 doses of COVID-19 vaccine supplied to Papua New Guinea will be a ‘test case’ and must be done right first time, or risk undermining confidence in the vaccine, World Vision has warned.

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