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As Our Wallets Get Bigger Our Hearts Get Smaller

Monday, May 14, 2018

The 2018 Federal Budget revealed an even uglier picture of Australia’s miserly approach to the poorest people in the world. A further $141 million was cut from the aid budget. This was on top of the $303 million slashed last year. As Australia becomes richer, we give less, even as other less affluent countries give more.

Australian Children Fear What Syrian Children See

Tuesday, March 14, 2017

A new international survey from World Vision reveals the startling contrast between the fears of children engulfed in the Syrian crisis with those in Australia and safer countries – but also shows heartening evidence that children’s dreams for the future remain intact across the board.

Syrian child refugees face fear and uncertainty in Lebanon

Tuesday, December 18, 2012

The report highlights the problems 75,000 Syrian refugee children in Lebanon face. Many more children are expected to join them by the start of next year, and with the future of their home country still uncertain

Security, safe water and school top of children’s hopes for South Sudan

Thursday, July 14, 2011

South Sudan's children retain their hopes despite very real challenges as their nation prepares to become the world’s newest country tomorrow, Saturday, 9 July.

Breaking new ground: Civil society and Mining Company together help children in the East Pilbara

Thursday, March 25, 2010

Global mining company BHP Billiton Iron Ore, humanitarian agency World Vision and research body Telethon Institute for Child Health Research have come together to work with Aboriginal communities in the East Pilbara tackle the dire health and educational outcomes of infants and pre-school aged children.

BHP Billiton Iron Ore and World Vision help children in the Pilbara

Tuesday, July 21, 2009

A new $5 million BHP Billiton Iron Ore and World Vision partnership will boost care and health activities for hundreds of pre-school aged children in the East Pilbara.