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A Digital Path to Hearts: World Vision Appoints New CMO

Tuesday, May 9, 2017

Leading senior commercial marketer, Teresa Sperti, has been appointed Chief Marketing Officer of World Vison, to spearhead Australia’s largest international humanitarian agency’s deepening digital ties with its supporters.

How Technology can Make the World a Better Place

Monday, April 17, 2017

Digital moves quickly and we need to move quickly too if we are going to embrace the transformative power of technology in all its compelling applications, for the simple reason that harnessing this power can make the world a better place.

Facebook, Google join World Vision to combat Syrian refugee education crisis

Friday, March 3, 2017

Tech giants Facebook and Google have joined forces with World Vision, the largest global humanitarian agency, to thrash out digital solutions to the education crisis facing more than 6 million displaced Syrian children.

Australians to take a virtual walk in the shoes of Syrians this Christmas.

Wednesday, December 21, 2016

World Vision is giving Australians a chance to ‘step into the shoes’ of a young teenage Syrian refugee this Christmas with the launch of its Virtual Reality (VR) immersive 360-degree storytelling designed to give people a closer understanding of the human impact of crisis around the world.

World Vision CEO and Chief Advocate call on Australians to drive out the darkness from Syria

Tuesday, December 20, 2016

World Vision’s CEO, Claire Rogers, and Chief Advocate Tim Costello are making an urgent appeal for Australians to help ‘drive out the darkness’ in Syria as the agency launches a massive relief operation for the tens of thousands currently fleeing Aleppo.

Building Resilience through Innovation, Learning and Inclusion at APAC Forum

Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Building communities’ resilience through innovation, leaning and inclusion will be key to the approach of Australia’s international development sector going forward, according to World Vision’s new CEO Claire Rogers.

Let’s Not Forget Our Sisters in the Asia-Pacific on White Ribbon Day

Thursday, November 24, 2016

World Vision’s new CEO, Claire Rogers, has called on Australians to remember their sisters in the Asia-Pacific region when campaigning for the elimination of violence against women.