One of the country’s most loved social justice advocates is stepping down after 15 years serving Australia’s largest humanitarian organisation, World Vision Australia.
Asia and the Pacific,
Latin America and Carribean,
Middle East, Eastern Europe & Central Asia
The CEO of Australia’s largest NGO, World Vision, has this morning written to Prime Minister, Scott Morrison, to congratulate him on the Federal Coalition’s victory at the 2019 federal election.
World Vision Australia today welcomed the Australian Labor Party’s commitment to invest more in Australian aid if elected in the upcoming federal election.
Aid agencies in Mozambique, including World Vision, are on stand-by to respond to a potentially lethal cyclone – the second to hit the country in two months.
Between 2013 and 2016, Ebola swept through West Africa, killing more than 11,000 people. Now, writes World Vision CEO, Claire Rogers, the virus is spreading in a war-zone, which means aid workers are facing a new set of challenges.
It’s been 25 years since the Hutu forces started their murderous campaign that ran from April 7 to July 4, 1994. Over the 100-day period, an estimated 800,000 to one million people were slaughtered.
Australia’s largest humanitarian organisation World Vision has criticised the Federal Budget’s approach to aid, saying the government has shunned its responsibility to the world’s most vulnerable children.
It’s a little-known country on no-one’s radar — but it’s on the brink of an epidemic that could kill hundreds of thousands of people in weeks.
World Vision’s efforts to see the lives of 1000 girls in developing nations sponsored by Australians before the 2018 International Day of the Girl was last night recognised as the Best Integrated Campaign of the year in the Asia Pacific Festival of Media Awards held in Singapore.
With more than one million children affected by the cyclone and its aftermath, World Vision’s round the clock efforts to meet basic survival needs are compounded by fears for children, World Vision CEO Claire Rogers said today.