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World Vision urges global leaders to back UN's humanitarian response plan for coronavirus

Thursday, March 26, 2020

World Vision welcomes the UN’s COVID-19 Global Humanitarian Response plan, launched today. The UN is calling for US $2 billion (AUS $3.3 billion) for a global response and has highlighted the devastating impact a coronavirus outbreak could have in countries already struggling with humanitarian crises.​ World Vision is urging global leaders to back the UN’s plan and support aid groups that have field workers on the ground in vulnerable areas. The organisation’s experts warn the outbreak could cripple children’s education, and result in increased hunger, poverty and violence.

The lessons from China about keeping children in isolation

Tuesday, March 24, 2020

These are the Lessons to be learned from China about keeping children in isolation

World Vision launches 17-country response as coronavirus 'tsunami' set to devastate the vulnerable

Thursday, March 19, 2020

World Vision warns a ‘tsunami’ of coronavirus cases set to hit vulnerable and conflict-torn countries poses an unprecedented threat to lives and risks undermining progress made in fighting hunger and poverty. In a growing effort to protect the world’s most vulnerable against the rapid global spread of coronavirus (COVID-19), the international aid agency is increasing its response in 17 countries. The organisation has major concerns about countries with a lack of basic and advanced medical care, and those already battling other diseases that compromise immune systems, such as HIV.

Pandemic declaration demands the world unite to focus on those who are invisible and most at risk from COVID-19

Thursday, March 12, 2020

Coronavirus could prove devastating in countries with under-equipped hospitals and shortage of health professionals. Children could be pushed into deeper vulnerability. Death rates in the world’s poorest countries may be higher than the 3.4% reported so far.

World Vision self-reports payroll error to Fair Work Ombudsman

Wednesday, March 11, 2020

As part of an organisation-wide review of remuneration arrangements, World Vision Australia regrets to announce that it self-reported an error in its payroll to the Fair Work Ombudsman (FWO) in December 2019.

A Statement From World Vision Acting CEO Graham Strong

Monday, March 9, 2020

All these allegations are within the scope of the external investigation being conducted by KPMG which will also guide any future police investigation

World Vision Response to Allegations Aired in Age/SMH

Sunday, March 8, 2020

World Vision has ordered two external formal investigations into claims of wrongdoing in the organisation

Statement from World Vision Australia Board Chair Shannon Adams

Sunday, March 8, 2020

"Claire has made a significant contribution to support vulnerable children throughout the world"

Satellite images reveal scale of destruction and displacement in Idlib

Wednesday, March 4, 2020

New satellite imagery and analysis by the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative, Save the Children and World Vision show how children are experiencing unbearable suffering. Nearly one-third of the buildings examined in two frontline towns have been severely damaged or destroyed, making it almost impossible for civilians to return to their homes. Images show an increase in size of 100% and 177% in two displacement camps in northern Idlib since 2017, as the conflict enters 10 years.

World Vision welcomes three new board members

Sunday, February 23, 2020

World Vision Australia (WVA) is pleased to announce the appointment of three highly skilled new board members