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Why faith leaders are crucial to global COVID-19 vaccine roll-out

Friday, January 8, 2021

Faith leaders and community health workers must play a massive role in the global roll-out of a COVID-19 vaccine, a World Vision survey has revealed.

World Vision prepares to support COVID-19 Vaccine roll out

Monday, December 21, 2020

World Vision is gearing up its global pandemic response to ensure communities are put at the heart of an effective worldwide roll out of COVID-19 vaccines.

Hospitals swamped with malnutrition, disease in Ethiopian conflict zone as World Vision launches appeal

Friday, December 18, 2020

Hospitals are so overwhelmed with severe malnutrition and disease in Ethiopia’s conflict-affected Tigray region they are running out of medical supplies, World Vision has warned, as it launches a humanitarian response to the crisis. The aid agency has launched an international appeal for $AU13.2 million in funds to meet the desperate need after conflict in the region left hundreds of thousands of children displaced.

World Vision commits $660 million to fight global malnutrition

Tuesday, December 15, 2020

World Vision has committed $661 million to fight malnutrition and told global nutrition leaders that eliminating malnutrition – especially for women and girls – is a top priority for the organisation

World Vision Australia announces M&C Saatchi as its new creative partner

Monday, December 14, 2020

World Vision Australia has appointed M&C Saatchi as its new creative agency to partner with its in-house team to help the organisation in its mission to transform the lives of the world’s most vulnerable children.

World Vision appoints experienced humanitarian leader as new CEO

Wednesday, December 2, 2020

Daniel Wordsworth is returning to Australia to become the next Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Australia’s largest international NGO (non-governmental organisation), World Vision Australia.

COVID-19 pandemic forces half of Afghan families to send their children to work; half unable to access food

Monday, November 23, 2020

Research by the humanitarian organisation also showed 48 per cent of Afghan families surveyed had lost their source of income during the pandemic, with more than 50 per cent being unable to access food.

Children losing out in Australia’s aid budget; gets a B- for investing aid in children

Friday, November 20, 2020

Children are being neglected in Australia’s aid program, prompting calls for child-specific aid funding and a dedicated child rights unit within Government.

World Vision on the ground responding to devastation caused by Hurricane Iota

Wednesday, November 18, 2020

International aid agency World Vision is on the ground responding to the devastation caused by hurricane Iota which swept through Nicaragua last night. More than 2 million people are in the path of the hurricane which grew into an overwhelming Category 5 storm with wind speeds of 160mph (260km/h). "We are on the ground across Central America responding to this disaster. Rapid response teams are assessing need. We have prepositioned materials ready for distribution, including food, clean water, mattresses and blankets," said Yvan Castro, Deputy Director of World Vision in Guatemala.

Central America prepares for catastrophic impact of Hurricane IOTA

Tuesday, November 17, 2020

• Iota the first Cat 5 hurricane of the season to hit Latin America • More than 3 million people already affected by hurricane ETA • Massive evacuations in Nicaragua, Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador