World Vision update July 2017

Change is happening thanks to you.

Syria Appeal

Donations to the Syria Crisis Appeal have enabled World Vision to build five clinics in Iraq, now providing health services to 5,000 people a month.

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Thanks to your generosity, World Vision has assisted 91 families in the Samrong community in Cambodia with support and training in vegetable cultivation to help them earn a better income.

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“This makes me feel cared for even if I cannot see face to face my sponsor. I am very happy to receive this card.”

Hasani, a sponsored child from Burundi, holds a card from her sponsor in Australia.


A dedicated philanthropist, Jill Fyfe gives generously to sponsor children and support major projects for health and livelihoods in Kenya. She’s also passing on the passion to the rest of her family: members of three generations recently visited the community in Kenya where they all sponsor children.


Through our Australia Program, 11 communities in remote regions have formed early childhood committees, working hard to build a strong foundation for their children’s future learning.

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The Stop TB Project in Papua New Guinea, funded by the Australian government, is bringing life-saving treatment closer to home for hundreds of tuberculosis patients.

Safer communities

We’re building a protective environment at every layer: educating children about their rights, supporting safer communities and advocating for stronger child protection laws and policies.

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The combined total distance travelled by 150 participants in True North Church’s first 6km Run for Water – who together raised over $13,000 for global water, sanitation and hygiene programming.

Last season Mountain Blue Farms contributed 5c per punnet of their Eureka Blueberries sold in Coles to our livelihoods work in Uganda – raising close to $120,000.

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“A bequest seemed the obvious way of helping in areas that concerned me for people who have not had the advantages in life that I have had.”

Andrew Stephenson, World Vision bequestor

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Best. Gifts. Ever.

Clean water. Improved healthcare. Learning essentials. New sources of food and income. The 122,925 gifts you generously purchased through the World Vision Gift Catalogue last Christmas are helping to provide these things and more for communities in need.

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That’s how much Hillsong congregations around the world donated last Christmas to support World Vision’s emergency response to the crisis in Aleppo, Syria.


Your support of the Multiplying Gift Appeal in 2016 helped to reach 1,118,363 people with life-saving food assistance.

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In Rwanda, World Vision taught Angelique how to drill wells. Now she’s bringing clean water to her community and showing her three children that anything’s possible.

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“Thanks to World Vision’s intervention in my life, I now have the confidence to say no dream is too big.”

Arshdeep, sponsored child and Badminton champion

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Blue Illusion

Our generous partner Blue Illusion sponsor one child for each of their 125 boutiques across Australia and New Zealand.


Your support of the Mosul Crisis Appeal has helped provide families fleeing violence with essential supplies, child friendly spaces, clean water and hygiene facilities.

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raised through the Taste of Groupon campaign will help World Vision provide 15,000 children with better access to nutritious food.

Better health

Medimobile is helping to improve health here and around the world, directing $1 from every workplace flu vaccine to charity – including World Vision’s maternal and child health projects in the Pacific.

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