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UNICEF is the United Nations Children’s Fund, the driving force that helps build a world where the rights of every child are realised. It works in 190 countries and territories with a focus on improving the lives of the most disadvantaged and excluded children.

Established in 1966, the Australian National Committee for UNICEF’s purpose is to support UNICEF’s global mission. We do this primarily by raising funds for overseas programs and, secondly, by advocating for children’s rights internationally and domestically. We work with government and advocate bodies to defend children’s rights and support international development programs.


A Maternity Clinic in Kibera Slum, Nairobi, Kenya

The Kibera Clinic is one of two clinics currently being run in Nairobi by the organization Mwangaza Ulio ne Tumaini ...
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Casa de la Amistad Convenes Pediatric Cancer Forum

AbbVie Foundation and Direct Relief Support Improved Access for Underserved Mexican Children Mexico Forum on Pediatric Cancer, Casa de La ...
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Rann, Nigeria: “Most of the dead and injured were women and children”

At least 90 people were killed and 120 wounded on 17 January in an airstrike carried out by the Nigerian ...
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What does the future look like? It’s up to us. All of us.

Right now, our government is writing a plan for our foreign policy and setting the direction for Australia's role in ...
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These photos prove how much education can change a girl’s life

Every single girl in the world belongs in one place: the classroom. These photos 14 photos show just how hard ...
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Aid reaches children under siege in Madaya, Syria

“A heartbreaking scene like I have never seen before,” said UNICEF Representative in the Syrian Arab Republic Hanaa Singer, describing ...
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What can $30 buy you around the world?

It’s easy to forget how dramatically different the costs of goods and services can be around the globe. The money ...
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unicef Australia – Emergency Response after Typhoon Haiyan

"The wind and rain were very strong; I could hear screams and loud crashing noises. I crouched beside my mother ...
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unicef Australia – Emergency Response after Haiti Earthquake

Something as small as a pencil and a book can mean the world to the children after disaster. UNICEF helped ...
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We are deeply passionate about ending micronutrient deficiencies in the developing world. We aim to do this by providing technical support to governments, private industry, and partner agencies in the design and implementation of large-scale and small-scale food fortification programs.


Ponijah’s story

Over one week, 130 volunteers worked alongside families in need to help them build safe and decent housing as part ...
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Honduras

PHC began work in Honduras in 2000, and has now largely completed its mission. Assessing Food Flows Honduras had been ...
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Tanzania

In 2013, PHC’s small-scale fortification project, called Sanku, partnered with USAID’s Feed the Future program to expand rural maize fortification ...
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Liberia

After fourteen years of civil war and economic damage, Liberians – particularly women and children – suffer severely from micronutrient ...
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PHC – BURUNDI

The nutrition situation in Burundi is staggering. This country, slightly smaller than the state of Maryland, is considered to have ...
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PHC – MALAWI

Micronutrient deficiencies remain a serious problem in Malawi: the 2009 Micronutrient Deficiency Study found 48% of children under five and ...
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As Deadly Tornadoes Ravage Gulf Coast, Direct Relief Sends Critical Shipments to Region

A spate of tornadoes devastated communities in several Gulf Coast states over the weekend, leaving at least 19 people dead. At ...
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Casa de la Amistad Convenes Pediatric Cancer Forum

AbbVie Foundation and Direct Relief Support Improved Access for Underserved Mexican Children Mexico Forum on Pediatric Cancer, Casa de La ...
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Emergency Update: Helping Louisiana Communities Recover in Tornadoes’ Devastating Wake

Six tornadoes tore through Louisiana on Feb. 7, leaving trails of devastation that stretch as far as 23 miles across ...
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Honduras

PHC began work in Honduras in 2000, and has now largely completed its mission. Assessing Food Flows Honduras had been ...
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Protecting Front-Line Health Workers from Infectious Disease in Rural Haiti #HelptheHelpers

Protecting Front-Line Health Workers from Infectious Disease in Rural Haiti #HelptheHelpers In early December, a little boy arrived at the ...
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Tanzania

In 2013, PHC’s small-scale fortification project, called Sanku, partnered with USAID’s Feed the Future program to expand rural maize fortification ...
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The Challenge of Bringing Humanitarian Aid into Places of Conflict

The Challenge of Bringing Humanitarian Aid into Places of Conflict Moving aid into remote areas of Haiti after Hurricane Matthew ...
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What does the future look like? It’s up to us. All of us.

Right now, our government is writing a plan for our foreign policy and setting the direction for Australia's role in ...
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Yemen: “All the nurses were in tears when she was discharged”

After working with Médecins Sans Frontières in Liberia at the tail end of the Ebola epidemic, Australian Emma Parker spent ...
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As Deadly Tornadoes Ravage Gulf Coast, Direct Relief Sends Critical Shipments to Region

A spate of tornadoes devastated communities in several Gulf Coast states over the weekend, leaving at least 19 people dead. At ...
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Bangladesh: improving nutrition and incomes through farming innovation

Bangladesh is the world’s most densely populated country. 156 million people are jammed into an area 30 percent smaller than ...
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Emergency Update: Helping Louisiana Communities Recover in Tornadoes’ Devastating Wake

Six tornadoes tore through Louisiana on Feb. 7, leaving trails of devastation that stretch as far as 23 miles across ...
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Ponijah’s story

Over one week, 130 volunteers worked alongside families in need to help them build safe and decent housing as part ...
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Reflections from Vanuatu – rebuilding lives after Cyclone Pam

Jeff De Jesus, from our International Programs team shares his experience of working on the ground in Vanuatu to build ...
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Resilience matters one year on from Cyclone Winston

One year ago, severe Tropical Cyclone Winston made landfall in Fiji causing massive devastation. Winston was the strongest tropical cyclone ...
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Swimming lessons in Vietnam saves lives

The vast majority of families in the Dong Thap and Tien Giang provinces in Southern Vietnam live at or below ...
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Water, sanitation, hygiene and a healthier future

With the support of donors including Jackie Maxted, the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade and Habitat for Humanity supporters, ...
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Syrian Hospital bombings: Evidence points to perpetrators

An investigation conducted by research agency Forensic Architecture reveals evidence reinforcing our conviction that Russian and Syrian coalition forces were ...
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South Sudan: bringing diabetes treatment home

A muddy track branching off the main road connecting Agok town to Abyei leads to Wodchay village. Among the pathways ...
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Nigeria: “Most days we only eat once and have to go to sleep with empty stomachs”

Médecins sans Frontières is providing food aid to families in Maiduguri who receive little or no support from other organisations ...
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Yemen: “All the nurses were in tears when she was discharged”

After working with Médecins Sans Frontières in Liberia at the tail end of the Ebola epidemic, Australian Emma Parker spent ...
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Rann, Nigeria: “Most of the dead and injured were women and children”

At least 90 people were killed and 120 wounded on 17 January in an airstrike carried out by the Nigerian ...
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These photos prove how much education can change a girl’s life

Every single girl in the world belongs in one place: the classroom. These photos 14 photos show just how hard ...
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WORLD VISION IS A WORLDWIDE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT ORGANISATION THAT PROVIDES SHORT-TERM AND LONG-TERM ASSISTANCE TO 100 MILLION PEOPLE WORLDWIDE (INCLUDING 2.4 MILLION CHILDREN).

WE HAVE MORE THAN 45,000 STAFF MEMBERS WORKING IN 96 COUNTRIES.

For six decades, World Vision has been engaging people to work towards eliminating poverty and its causes. World Vision is committed to the poor because we are Christian. We work with people of all cultures, faiths and genders to achieve transformation. We do this through relief and development, policy advocacy and change, collaboration, education about poverty, and emphasis on personal growth, social justice and spiritual values.

THE ACTION WORLD VISION IS COMMITTED TO INCLUDES:

transformational development, which is the phrase we use to describe a holistic approach to improving the lives of the poor by recognising people’s physical, social, spiritual, economic and political needs.
emergency relief – following the International Code of Conduct for disaster relief organisations
promotion of justice – we advocate for victims of injustice and poverty
strategic initiatives – such as programs promoting community leadership
public awareness
Christian engagement by example – we oppose proselytism and coercion of any kind.
OUR PROJECTS EMPHASISE:

the needs of children
long-term viability and sustainability
education (including literacy) and skills training
gender equality
HIV and AIDS education and prevention
affordable technology solutions.
We’re committed to best-practice corporate governance processes, to efficiency and effectiveness, to preventing the exploitation of the people we serve, and to engaging the corporate sector as well as the public.


Helping Syria’s children thrive again

Megan, front centre, with World Vision Lebanon early childhood development facilitators. As a World Vision Early Childhood Development Advisor, Megan ...
Read More

Casa de la Amistad Convenes Pediatric Cancer Forum

AbbVie Foundation and Direct Relief Support Improved Access for Underserved Mexican Children Mexico Forum on Pediatric Cancer, Casa de La ...
Read More

Rann, Nigeria: “Most of the dead and injured were women and children”

At least 90 people were killed and 120 wounded on 17 January in an airstrike carried out by the Nigerian ...
Read More

What Winston left behind

One year after Cyclone Winston — the worst cyclone in Fiji’s history — killed 44 people and destroyed more than ...
Read More

Bangladesh: improving nutrition and incomes through farming innovation

Bangladesh is the world’s most densely populated country. 156 million people are jammed into an area 30 percent smaller than ...
Read More

A mountain covered by water.

When reflecting on my visit to the Chulkiri Community in Cambodia the photo above always comes to mind. I remember ...
Read More

Helping Syria’s children thrive again

Megan, front centre, with World Vision Lebanon early childhood development facilitators. As a World Vision Early Childhood Development Advisor, Megan ...
Read More

World Vision – Surviving Nock-ten

In Carolina, Naga City, several motorists were unable to pass through roads due to debris. Photo Credit @ Eleanor Asuan, ...
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World Vision – Ending the HIV epidemic: Leaving no young woman behind

The UPLIFT Project, funded by DFAT, conducted sexual and reproductive health outreach including HIV testing and education for young people ...
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A Maternity Clinic in Kibera Slum, Nairobi, Kenya

The Kibera Clinic is one of two clinics currently being run in Nairobi by the organization Mwangaza Ulio ne Tumaini ...
Read More

Partnering with Kilimatinde Hospital

Several years ago, it was said that Kilimatinde Hospital had fallen on hard times but recent photos show a much ...
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Scholarships in Nepal

These organizations are managing rural hospitals and seeking to build up numbers of trained staff.  MMA helps by offering scholarships ...
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The Work of DHERSEC

The DHERSEC: runs a weekly clinic for disabled and poor persons refers cases for specialist care to the local hospital ...
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Watu Na Nuru – ‘Light for the people’

Solar Lighting Initiative - The Kagera Solar Enterprise MMA is currently partnering with Watu Na Nuru, the Kagera Solar Enterprise ...
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What Winston left behind

One year after Cyclone Winston — the worst cyclone in Fiji’s history — killed 44 people and destroyed more than ...
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A Maternity Clinic in Kibera Slum, Nairobi, Kenya

The Kibera Clinic is one of two clinics currently being run in Nairobi by the organization Mwangaza Ulio ne Tumaini ...
Read More

Breaking the taboos around loos

Toilets. Water Closets. Dunnies. Whatever you call them, we all use them – but they’re not something we often talk ...
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Caritas network responds to Cyclone Nina in the Philippines (update)

Local Caritas staff, partners and volunteers are responding with emergency assistance following a powerful Category Four typhoon that struck the ...
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Look back on your achievements

2016 was a year of massive upheaval for many people across the world. But it was not all bad news. Together ...
Read More

Partnering with Kilimatinde Hospital

Several years ago, it was said that Kilimatinde Hospital had fallen on hard times but recent photos show a much ...
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Through a Mother’s Eyes: Life in Nduta Refugee Camp

Refugee Camps in Tanzania Everyone has a story. The Nduta refugee camp in Tanzania is home to more than 55,000 ...
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West Africa: the plights of a forgotten crisis

The ongoing conflict with Boko Haram across West Africa’s Lake Chad Basin region has forced more than 2.6 million people ...
Read More

What Winston left behind

One year after Cyclone Winston — the worst cyclone in Fiji’s history — killed 44 people and destroyed more than ...
Read More

Yemen: “All the nurses were in tears when she was discharged”

After working with Médecins Sans Frontières in Liberia at the tail end of the Ebola epidemic, Australian Emma Parker spent ...
Read More

A Maternity Clinic in Kibera Slum, Nairobi, Kenya

The Kibera Clinic is one of two clinics currently being run in Nairobi by the organization Mwangaza Ulio ne Tumaini ...
Read More

Caritas network responds to Cyclone Nina in the Philippines (update)

Local Caritas staff, partners and volunteers are responding with emergency assistance following a powerful Category Four typhoon that struck the ...
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Finding a reason to smile in Iraq

In a camp outside Mosul, Save the Children Media Manager, Lily Partland spends time with children who have escaped the ...
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In a class of their own

As Aussie kids prepare to head back to school, we look at some of the different classrooms from where we ...
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Mosul’s people are staring into hell and need our help

Our Chief Executive Officer, Paul Ronalds, on the impending Mosul offensive – and what the world needs to do for ...
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What does the future look like? It’s up to us. All of us.

Right now, our government is writing a plan for our foreign policy and setting the direction for Australia's role in ...
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What Winston left behind

One year after Cyclone Winston — the worst cyclone in Fiji’s history — killed 44 people and destroyed more than ...
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Yemen – Tiny fragments of hope

In what was already one of the Arab world’s poorest countries, relentless war, disease and lack of resources have brought ...
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Caritas Australia to monitor earthquake situation in Solomon Islands

Caritas Australia will continue to monitor the situation in the Solomon Islands after an earthquake hit the Pacific nation today ...
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Caritas network continuing to support Syrian families

Caritas Australia and the wider Caritas network are continuing to provide support to those in the Middle East as the ...
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Caritas network responds to Cyclone Nina in the Philippines

Local Caritas staff, partners and volunteers, part of the Caritas international network, are already responding with emergency assistance and support ...
Read More

Caritas network responds to Cyclone Nina in the Philippines (update)

Local Caritas staff, partners and volunteers are responding with emergency assistance following a powerful Category Four typhoon that struck the ...
Read More

Garden nurtures community livelihoods in Zimbabwe

Seventy-five year old Francesca Mateka has been living in the same village, Dendere, in the Midlands province of Zimbabwe her ...
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Helping Syria’s children thrive again

Megan, front centre, with World Vision Lebanon early childhood development facilitators. As a World Vision Early Childhood Development Advisor, Megan ...
Read More

Honduras

PHC began work in Honduras in 2000, and has now largely completed its mission. Assessing Food Flows Honduras had been ...
Read More

Partnering with Kilimatinde Hospital

Several years ago, it was said that Kilimatinde Hospital had fallen on hard times but recent photos show a much ...
Read More

Reflections from Vanuatu – rebuilding lives after Cyclone Pam

Jeff De Jesus, from our International Programs team shares his experience of working on the ground in Vanuatu to build ...
Read More

What does the future look like? It’s up to us. All of us.

Right now, our government is writing a plan for our foreign policy and setting the direction for Australia's role in ...
Read More

UNICEF is the United Nations Children’s Fund, the driving force that helps build a world where the rights of every child are realised. It works in 190 countries and territories with a focus on improving the lives of the most disadvantaged and excluded children.

Established in 1966, the Australian National Committee for UNICEF’s purpose is to support UNICEF’s global mission. We do this primarily by raising funds for overseas programs and, secondly, by advocating for children’s rights internationally and domestically. We work with government and advocate bodies to defend children’s rights and support international development programs.


What can $30 buy you around the world?

It’s easy to forget how dramatically different the costs of goods and services can be around the globe. The money ...
Read More

We are deeply passionate about ending micronutrient deficiencies in the developing world. We aim to do this by providing technical support to governments, private industry, and partner agencies in the design and implementation of large-scale and small-scale food fortification programs.


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WORLD VISION IS A WORLDWIDE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT ORGANISATION THAT PROVIDES SHORT-TERM AND LONG-TERM ASSISTANCE TO 100 MILLION PEOPLE WORLDWIDE (INCLUDING 2.4 MILLION CHILDREN).

WE HAVE MORE THAN 45,000 STAFF MEMBERS WORKING IN 96 COUNTRIES.

For six decades, World Vision has been engaging people to work towards eliminating poverty and its causes. World Vision is committed to the poor because we are Christian. We work with people of all cultures, faiths and genders to achieve transformation. We do this through relief and development, policy advocacy and change, collaboration, education about poverty, and emphasis on personal growth, social justice and spiritual values.

THE ACTION WORLD VISION IS COMMITTED TO INCLUDES:

transformational development, which is the phrase we use to describe a holistic approach to improving the lives of the poor by recognising people’s physical, social, spiritual, economic and political needs.
emergency relief – following the International Code of Conduct for disaster relief organisations
promotion of justice – we advocate for victims of injustice and poverty
strategic initiatives – such as programs promoting community leadership
public awareness
Christian engagement by example – we oppose proselytism and coercion of any kind.
OUR PROJECTS EMPHASISE:

the needs of children
long-term viability and sustainability
education (including literacy) and skills training
gender equality
HIV and AIDS education and prevention
affordable technology solutions.
We’re committed to best-practice corporate governance processes, to efficiency and effectiveness, to preventing the exploitation of the people we serve, and to engaging the corporate sector as well as the public.


No posts found.

Partnering with Kilimatinde Hospital

Several years ago, it was said that Kilimatinde Hospital had fallen on hard times but recent photos show a much ...
Read More

Breaking the taboos around loos

Toilets. Water Closets. Dunnies. Whatever you call them, we all use them – but they’re not something we often talk ...
Read More

Partnering with Kilimatinde Hospital

Several years ago, it was said that Kilimatinde Hospital had fallen on hard times but recent photos show a much ...
Read More

Through a Mother’s Eyes: Life in Nduta Refugee Camp

Refugee Camps in Tanzania Everyone has a story. The Nduta refugee camp in Tanzania is home to more than 55,000 ...
Read More
No posts found.

Partnering with Kilimatinde Hospital

Several years ago, it was said that Kilimatinde Hospital had fallen on hard times but recent photos show a much ...
Read More

UNICEF is the United Nations Children’s Fund, the driving force that helps build a world where the rights of every child are realised. It works in 190 countries and territories with a focus on improving the lives of the most disadvantaged and excluded children.

Established in 1966, the Australian National Committee for UNICEF’s purpose is to support UNICEF’s global mission. We do this primarily by raising funds for overseas programs and, secondly, by advocating for children’s rights internationally and domestically. We work with government and advocate bodies to defend children’s rights and support international development programs.


No posts found.

We are deeply passionate about ending micronutrient deficiencies in the developing world. We aim to do this by providing technical support to governments, private industry, and partner agencies in the design and implementation of large-scale and small-scale food fortification programs.


No posts found.
No posts found.

South Sudan: bringing diabetes treatment home

A muddy track branching off the main road connecting Agok town to Abyei leads to Wodchay village. Among the pathways ...
Read More

WORLD VISION IS A WORLDWIDE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT ORGANISATION THAT PROVIDES SHORT-TERM AND LONG-TERM ASSISTANCE TO 100 MILLION PEOPLE WORLDWIDE (INCLUDING 2.4 MILLION CHILDREN).

WE HAVE MORE THAN 45,000 STAFF MEMBERS WORKING IN 96 COUNTRIES.

For six decades, World Vision has been engaging people to work towards eliminating poverty and its causes. World Vision is committed to the poor because we are Christian. We work with people of all cultures, faiths and genders to achieve transformation. We do this through relief and development, policy advocacy and change, collaboration, education about poverty, and emphasis on personal growth, social justice and spiritual values.

THE ACTION WORLD VISION IS COMMITTED TO INCLUDES:

transformational development, which is the phrase we use to describe a holistic approach to improving the lives of the poor by recognising people’s physical, social, spiritual, economic and political needs.
emergency relief – following the International Code of Conduct for disaster relief organisations
promotion of justice – we advocate for victims of injustice and poverty
strategic initiatives – such as programs promoting community leadership
public awareness
Christian engagement by example – we oppose proselytism and coercion of any kind.
OUR PROJECTS EMPHASISE:

the needs of children
long-term viability and sustainability
education (including literacy) and skills training
gender equality
HIV and AIDS education and prevention
affordable technology solutions.
We’re committed to best-practice corporate governance processes, to efficiency and effectiveness, to preventing the exploitation of the people we serve, and to engaging the corporate sector as well as the public.


Helping Syria’s children thrive again

Megan, front centre, with World Vision Lebanon early childhood development facilitators. As a World Vision Early Childhood Development Advisor, Megan ...
Read More

Scholarships in Nepal

These organizations are managing rural hospitals and seeking to build up numbers of trained staff.  MMA helps by offering scholarships ...
Read More

Look back on your achievements

2016 was a year of massive upheaval for many people across the world. But it was not all bad news. Together ...
Read More
No posts found.

Helping Syria’s children thrive again

Megan, front centre, with World Vision Lebanon early childhood development facilitators. As a World Vision Early Childhood Development Advisor, Megan ...
Read More

UNICEF is the United Nations Children’s Fund, the driving force that helps build a world where the rights of every child are realised. It works in 190 countries and territories with a focus on improving the lives of the most disadvantaged and excluded children.

Established in 1966, the Australian National Committee for UNICEF’s purpose is to support UNICEF’s global mission. We do this primarily by raising funds for overseas programs and, secondly, by advocating for children’s rights internationally and domestically. We work with government and advocate bodies to defend children’s rights and support international development programs.


No posts found.

We are deeply passionate about ending micronutrient deficiencies in the developing world. We aim to do this by providing technical support to governments, private industry, and partner agencies in the design and implementation of large-scale and small-scale food fortification programs.


No posts found.

As Deadly Tornadoes Ravage Gulf Coast, Direct Relief Sends Critical Shipments to Region

A spate of tornadoes devastated communities in several Gulf Coast states over the weekend, leaving at least 19 people dead. At ...
Read More

As Deadly Tornadoes Ravage Gulf Coast, Direct Relief Sends Critical Shipments to Region

A spate of tornadoes devastated communities in several Gulf Coast states over the weekend, leaving at least 19 people dead. At ...
Read More

South Sudan: bringing diabetes treatment home

A muddy track branching off the main road connecting Agok town to Abyei leads to Wodchay village. Among the pathways ...
Read More

WORLD VISION IS A WORLDWIDE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT ORGANISATION THAT PROVIDES SHORT-TERM AND LONG-TERM ASSISTANCE TO 100 MILLION PEOPLE WORLDWIDE (INCLUDING 2.4 MILLION CHILDREN).

WE HAVE MORE THAN 45,000 STAFF MEMBERS WORKING IN 96 COUNTRIES.

For six decades, World Vision has been engaging people to work towards eliminating poverty and its causes. World Vision is committed to the poor because we are Christian. We work with people of all cultures, faiths and genders to achieve transformation. We do this through relief and development, policy advocacy and change, collaboration, education about poverty, and emphasis on personal growth, social justice and spiritual values.

THE ACTION WORLD VISION IS COMMITTED TO INCLUDES:

transformational development, which is the phrase we use to describe a holistic approach to improving the lives of the poor by recognising people’s physical, social, spiritual, economic and political needs.
emergency relief – following the International Code of Conduct for disaster relief organisations
promotion of justice – we advocate for victims of injustice and poverty
strategic initiatives – such as programs promoting community leadership
public awareness
Christian engagement by example – we oppose proselytism and coercion of any kind.
OUR PROJECTS EMPHASISE:

the needs of children
long-term viability and sustainability
education (including literacy) and skills training
gender equality
HIV and AIDS education and prevention
affordable technology solutions.
We’re committed to best-practice corporate governance processes, to efficiency and effectiveness, to preventing the exploitation of the people we serve, and to engaging the corporate sector as well as the public.


A Maternity Clinic in Kibera Slum, Nairobi, Kenya

The Kibera Clinic is one of two clinics currently being run in Nairobi by the organization Mwangaza Ulio ne Tumaini ...
Read More

A mountain covered by water.

When reflecting on my visit to the Chulkiri Community in Cambodia the photo above always comes to mind. I remember ...
Read More

Aid reaches children under siege in Madaya, Syria

“A heartbreaking scene like I have never seen before,” said UNICEF Representative in the Syrian Arab Republic Hanaa Singer, describing ...
Read More

As Deadly Tornadoes Ravage Gulf Coast, Direct Relief Sends Critical Shipments to Region

A spate of tornadoes devastated communities in several Gulf Coast states over the weekend, leaving at least 19 people dead. At ...
Read More

Bangladesh: improving nutrition and incomes through farming innovation

Bangladesh is the world’s most densely populated country. 156 million people are jammed into an area 30 percent smaller than ...
Read More

Breaking the taboos around loos

Toilets. Water Closets. Dunnies. Whatever you call them, we all use them – but they’re not something we often talk ...
Read More

Caritas Australia to monitor earthquake situation in Solomon Islands

Caritas Australia will continue to monitor the situation in the Solomon Islands after an earthquake hit the Pacific nation today ...
Read More

Caritas network continuing to support Syrian families

Caritas Australia and the wider Caritas network are continuing to provide support to those in the Middle East as the ...
Read More

Caritas network responds to Cyclone Nina in the Philippines

Local Caritas staff, partners and volunteers, part of the Caritas international network, are already responding with emergency assistance and support ...
Read More

Caritas network responds to Cyclone Nina in the Philippines (update)

Local Caritas staff, partners and volunteers are responding with emergency assistance following a powerful Category Four typhoon that struck the ...
Read More
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Caritas Australia to monitor earthquake situation in Solomon Islands

Caritas Australia will continue to monitor the situation in the Solomon Islands after an earthquake hit the Pacific nation today ...
Read More

UNICEF is the United Nations Children’s Fund, the driving force that helps build a world where the rights of every child are realised. It works in 190 countries and territories with a focus on improving the lives of the most disadvantaged and excluded children.

Established in 1966, the Australian National Committee for UNICEF’s purpose is to support UNICEF’s global mission. We do this primarily by raising funds for overseas programs and, secondly, by advocating for children’s rights internationally and domestically. We work with government and advocate bodies to defend children’s rights and support international development programs.


A Maternity Clinic in Kibera Slum, Nairobi, Kenya

The Kibera Clinic is one of two clinics currently being run in Nairobi by the organization Mwangaza Ulio ne Tumaini ...
Read More

We are deeply passionate about ending micronutrient deficiencies in the developing world. We aim to do this by providing technical support to governments, private industry, and partner agencies in the design and implementation of large-scale and small-scale food fortification programs.


No posts found.

Protecting Front-Line Health Workers from Infectious Disease in Rural Haiti #HelptheHelpers

Protecting Front-Line Health Workers from Infectious Disease in Rural Haiti #HelptheHelpers In early December, a little boy arrived at the ...
Read More

WORLD VISION IS A WORLDWIDE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT ORGANISATION THAT PROVIDES SHORT-TERM AND LONG-TERM ASSISTANCE TO 100 MILLION PEOPLE WORLDWIDE (INCLUDING 2.4 MILLION CHILDREN).

WE HAVE MORE THAN 45,000 STAFF MEMBERS WORKING IN 96 COUNTRIES.

For six decades, World Vision has been engaging people to work towards eliminating poverty and its causes. World Vision is committed to the poor because we are Christian. We work with people of all cultures, faiths and genders to achieve transformation. We do this through relief and development, policy advocacy and change, collaboration, education about poverty, and emphasis on personal growth, social justice and spiritual values.

THE ACTION WORLD VISION IS COMMITTED TO INCLUDES:

transformational development, which is the phrase we use to describe a holistic approach to improving the lives of the poor by recognising people’s physical, social, spiritual, economic and political needs.
emergency relief – following the International Code of Conduct for disaster relief organisations
promotion of justice – we advocate for victims of injustice and poverty
strategic initiatives – such as programs promoting community leadership
public awareness
Christian engagement by example – we oppose proselytism and coercion of any kind.
OUR PROJECTS EMPHASISE:

the needs of children
long-term viability and sustainability
education (including literacy) and skills training
gender equality
HIV and AIDS education and prevention
affordable technology solutions.
We’re committed to best-practice corporate governance processes, to efficiency and effectiveness, to preventing the exploitation of the people we serve, and to engaging the corporate sector as well as the public.


No posts found.

A Maternity Clinic in Kibera Slum, Nairobi, Kenya

The Kibera Clinic is one of two clinics currently being run in Nairobi by the organization Mwangaza Ulio ne Tumaini ...
Read More

A Maternity Clinic in Kibera Slum, Nairobi, Kenya

The Kibera Clinic is one of two clinics currently being run in Nairobi by the organization Mwangaza Ulio ne Tumaini ...
Read More

West Africa: the plights of a forgotten crisis

The ongoing conflict with Boko Haram across West Africa’s Lake Chad Basin region has forced more than 2.6 million people ...
Read More

A Maternity Clinic in Kibera Slum, Nairobi, Kenya

The Kibera Clinic is one of two clinics currently being run in Nairobi by the organization Mwangaza Ulio ne Tumaini ...
Read More
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UNICEF is the United Nations Children’s Fund, the driving force that helps build a world where the rights of every child are realised. It works in 190 countries and territories with a focus on improving the lives of the most disadvantaged and excluded children.

Established in 1966, the Australian National Committee for UNICEF’s purpose is to support UNICEF’s global mission. We do this primarily by raising funds for overseas programs and, secondly, by advocating for children’s rights internationally and domestically. We work with government and advocate bodies to defend children’s rights and support international development programs.


A Maternity Clinic in Kibera Slum, Nairobi, Kenya

The Kibera Clinic is one of two clinics currently being run in Nairobi by the organization Mwangaza Ulio ne Tumaini ...
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A mountain covered by water.

When reflecting on my visit to the Chulkiri Community in Cambodia the photo above always comes to mind. I remember ...
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Aid reaches children under siege in Madaya, Syria

“A heartbreaking scene like I have never seen before,” said UNICEF Representative in the Syrian Arab Republic Hanaa Singer, describing ...
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As Deadly Tornadoes Ravage Gulf Coast, Direct Relief Sends Critical Shipments to Region

A spate of tornadoes devastated communities in several Gulf Coast states over the weekend, leaving at least 19 people dead. At ...
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Casa de la Amistad Convenes Pediatric Cancer Forum

AbbVie Foundation and Direct Relief Support Improved Access for Underserved Mexican Children Mexico Forum on Pediatric Cancer, Casa de La ...
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Helping Syria’s children thrive again

Megan, front centre, with World Vision Lebanon early childhood development facilitators. As a World Vision Early Childhood Development Advisor, Megan ...
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Rann, Nigeria: “Most of the dead and injured were women and children”

At least 90 people were killed and 120 wounded on 17 January in an airstrike carried out by the Nigerian ...
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Reflections from Vanuatu – rebuilding lives after Cyclone Pam

Jeff De Jesus, from our International Programs team shares his experience of working on the ground in Vanuatu to build ...
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Scholarships in Nepal

These organizations are managing rural hospitals and seeking to build up numbers of trained staff.  MMA helps by offering scholarships ...
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The Challenge of Bringing Humanitarian Aid into Places of Conflict

The Challenge of Bringing Humanitarian Aid into Places of Conflict Moving aid into remote areas of Haiti after Hurricane Matthew ...
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We are deeply passionate about ending micronutrient deficiencies in the developing world. We aim to do this by providing technical support to governments, private industry, and partner agencies in the design and implementation of large-scale and small-scale food fortification programs.


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As Deadly Tornadoes Ravage Gulf Coast, Direct Relief Sends Critical Shipments to Region

A spate of tornadoes devastated communities in several Gulf Coast states over the weekend, leaving at least 19 people dead. At ...
Read More

Casa de la Amistad Convenes Pediatric Cancer Forum

AbbVie Foundation and Direct Relief Support Improved Access for Underserved Mexican Children Mexico Forum on Pediatric Cancer, Casa de La ...
Read More

The Challenge of Bringing Humanitarian Aid into Places of Conflict

The Challenge of Bringing Humanitarian Aid into Places of Conflict Moving aid into remote areas of Haiti after Hurricane Matthew ...
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As Deadly Tornadoes Ravage Gulf Coast, Direct Relief Sends Critical Shipments to Region

A spate of tornadoes devastated communities in several Gulf Coast states over the weekend, leaving at least 19 people dead. At ...
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Reflections from Vanuatu – rebuilding lives after Cyclone Pam

Jeff De Jesus, from our International Programs team shares his experience of working on the ground in Vanuatu to build ...
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WORLD VISION IS A WORLDWIDE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT ORGANISATION THAT PROVIDES SHORT-TERM AND LONG-TERM ASSISTANCE TO 100 MILLION PEOPLE WORLDWIDE (INCLUDING 2.4 MILLION CHILDREN).

WE HAVE MORE THAN 45,000 STAFF MEMBERS WORKING IN 96 COUNTRIES.

For six decades, World Vision has been engaging people to work towards eliminating poverty and its causes. World Vision is committed to the poor because we are Christian. We work with people of all cultures, faiths and genders to achieve transformation. We do this through relief and development, policy advocacy and change, collaboration, education about poverty, and emphasis on personal growth, social justice and spiritual values.

THE ACTION WORLD VISION IS COMMITTED TO INCLUDES:

transformational development, which is the phrase we use to describe a holistic approach to improving the lives of the poor by recognising people’s physical, social, spiritual, economic and political needs.
emergency relief – following the International Code of Conduct for disaster relief organisations
promotion of justice – we advocate for victims of injustice and poverty
strategic initiatives – such as programs promoting community leadership
public awareness
Christian engagement by example – we oppose proselytism and coercion of any kind.
OUR PROJECTS EMPHASISE:

the needs of children
long-term viability and sustainability
education (including literacy) and skills training
gender equality
HIV and AIDS education and prevention
affordable technology solutions.
We’re committed to best-practice corporate governance processes, to efficiency and effectiveness, to preventing the exploitation of the people we serve, and to engaging the corporate sector as well as the public.


A mountain covered by water.

When reflecting on my visit to the Chulkiri Community in Cambodia the photo above always comes to mind. I remember ...
Read More

Casa de la Amistad Convenes Pediatric Cancer Forum

AbbVie Foundation and Direct Relief Support Improved Access for Underserved Mexican Children Mexico Forum on Pediatric Cancer, Casa de La ...
Read More

Helping Syria’s children thrive again

Megan, front centre, with World Vision Lebanon early childhood development facilitators. As a World Vision Early Childhood Development Advisor, Megan ...
Read More
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Reflections from Vanuatu – rebuilding lives after Cyclone Pam

Jeff De Jesus, from our International Programs team shares his experience of working on the ground in Vanuatu to build ...
Read More

UNICEF is the United Nations Children’s Fund, the driving force that helps build a world where the rights of every child are realised. It works in 190 countries and territories with a focus on improving the lives of the most disadvantaged and excluded children.

Established in 1966, the Australian National Committee for UNICEF’s purpose is to support UNICEF’s global mission. We do this primarily by raising funds for overseas programs and, secondly, by advocating for children’s rights internationally and domestically. We work with government and advocate bodies to defend children’s rights and support international development programs.


Casa de la Amistad Convenes Pediatric Cancer Forum

AbbVie Foundation and Direct Relief Support Improved Access for Underserved Mexican Children Mexico Forum on Pediatric Cancer, Casa de La ...
Read More

These photos prove how much education can change a girl’s life

Every single girl in the world belongs in one place: the classroom. These photos 14 photos show just how hard ...
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We are deeply passionate about ending micronutrient deficiencies in the developing world. We aim to do this by providing technical support to governments, private industry, and partner agencies in the design and implementation of large-scale and small-scale food fortification programs.


Liberia

After fourteen years of civil war and economic damage, Liberians – particularly women and children – suffer severely from micronutrient ...
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PHC – BURUNDI

The nutrition situation in Burundi is staggering. This country, slightly smaller than the state of Maryland, is considered to have ...
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Casa de la Amistad Convenes Pediatric Cancer Forum

AbbVie Foundation and Direct Relief Support Improved Access for Underserved Mexican Children Mexico Forum on Pediatric Cancer, Casa de La ...
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Emergency Update: Helping Louisiana Communities Recover in Tornadoes’ Devastating Wake

Six tornadoes tore through Louisiana on Feb. 7, leaving trails of devastation that stretch as far as 23 miles across ...
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Emergency Update: Helping Louisiana Communities Recover in Tornadoes’ Devastating Wake

Six tornadoes tore through Louisiana on Feb. 7, leaving trails of devastation that stretch as far as 23 miles across ...
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Resilience matters one year on from Cyclone Winston

One year ago, severe Tropical Cyclone Winston made landfall in Fiji causing massive devastation. Winston was the strongest tropical cyclone ...
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Nigeria: “Most days we only eat once and have to go to sleep with empty stomachs”

Médecins sans Frontières is providing food aid to families in Maiduguri who receive little or no support from other organisations ...
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These photos prove how much education can change a girl’s life

Every single girl in the world belongs in one place: the classroom. These photos 14 photos show just how hard ...
Read More

WORLD VISION IS A WORLDWIDE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT ORGANISATION THAT PROVIDES SHORT-TERM AND LONG-TERM ASSISTANCE TO 100 MILLION PEOPLE WORLDWIDE (INCLUDING 2.4 MILLION CHILDREN).

WE HAVE MORE THAN 45,000 STAFF MEMBERS WORKING IN 96 COUNTRIES.

For six decades, World Vision has been engaging people to work towards eliminating poverty and its causes. World Vision is committed to the poor because we are Christian. We work with people of all cultures, faiths and genders to achieve transformation. We do this through relief and development, policy advocacy and change, collaboration, education about poverty, and emphasis on personal growth, social justice and spiritual values.

THE ACTION WORLD VISION IS COMMITTED TO INCLUDES:

transformational development, which is the phrase we use to describe a holistic approach to improving the lives of the poor by recognising people’s physical, social, spiritual, economic and political needs.
emergency relief – following the International Code of Conduct for disaster relief organisations
promotion of justice – we advocate for victims of injustice and poverty
strategic initiatives – such as programs promoting community leadership
public awareness
Christian engagement by example – we oppose proselytism and coercion of any kind.
OUR PROJECTS EMPHASISE:

the needs of children
long-term viability and sustainability
education (including literacy) and skills training
gender equality
HIV and AIDS education and prevention
affordable technology solutions.
We’re committed to best-practice corporate governance processes, to efficiency and effectiveness, to preventing the exploitation of the people we serve, and to engaging the corporate sector as well as the public.


A mountain covered by water.

When reflecting on my visit to the Chulkiri Community in Cambodia the photo above always comes to mind. I remember ...
Read More

Casa de la Amistad Convenes Pediatric Cancer Forum

AbbVie Foundation and Direct Relief Support Improved Access for Underserved Mexican Children Mexico Forum on Pediatric Cancer, Casa de La ...
Read More

Helping Syria’s children thrive again

Megan, front centre, with World Vision Lebanon early childhood development facilitators. As a World Vision Early Childhood Development Advisor, Megan ...
Read More

Watu Na Nuru – ‘Light for the people’

Solar Lighting Initiative - The Kagera Solar Enterprise MMA is currently partnering with Watu Na Nuru, the Kagera Solar Enterprise ...
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Finding a reason to smile in Iraq

In a camp outside Mosul, Save the Children Media Manager, Lily Partland spends time with children who have escaped the ...
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Yemen – Tiny fragments of hope

In what was already one of the Arab world’s poorest countries, relentless war, disease and lack of resources have brought ...
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UNICEF is the United Nations Children’s Fund, the driving force that helps build a world where the rights of every child are realised. It works in 190 countries and territories with a focus on improving the lives of the most disadvantaged and excluded children.

Established in 1966, the Australian National Committee for UNICEF’s purpose is to support UNICEF’s global mission. We do this primarily by raising funds for overseas programs and, secondly, by advocating for children’s rights internationally and domestically. We work with government and advocate bodies to defend children’s rights and support international development programs.


A Maternity Clinic in Kibera Slum, Nairobi, Kenya

The Kibera Clinic is one of two clinics currently being run in Nairobi by the organization Mwangaza Ulio ne Tumaini ...
Read More

Aid reaches children under siege in Madaya, Syria

“A heartbreaking scene like I have never seen before,” said UNICEF Representative in the Syrian Arab Republic Hanaa Singer, describing ...
Read More

We are deeply passionate about ending micronutrient deficiencies in the developing world. We aim to do this by providing technical support to governments, private industry, and partner agencies in the design and implementation of large-scale and small-scale food fortification programs.


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Water, sanitation, hygiene and a healthier future

With the support of donors including Jackie Maxted, the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade and Habitat for Humanity supporters, ...
Read More

Nigeria: “Most days we only eat once and have to go to sleep with empty stomachs”

Médecins sans Frontières is providing food aid to families in Maiduguri who receive little or no support from other organisations ...
Read More

WORLD VISION IS A WORLDWIDE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT ORGANISATION THAT PROVIDES SHORT-TERM AND LONG-TERM ASSISTANCE TO 100 MILLION PEOPLE WORLDWIDE (INCLUDING 2.4 MILLION CHILDREN).

WE HAVE MORE THAN 45,000 STAFF MEMBERS WORKING IN 96 COUNTRIES.

For six decades, World Vision has been engaging people to work towards eliminating poverty and its causes. World Vision is committed to the poor because we are Christian. We work with people of all cultures, faiths and genders to achieve transformation. We do this through relief and development, policy advocacy and change, collaboration, education about poverty, and emphasis on personal growth, social justice and spiritual values.

THE ACTION WORLD VISION IS COMMITTED TO INCLUDES:

transformational development, which is the phrase we use to describe a holistic approach to improving the lives of the poor by recognising people’s physical, social, spiritual, economic and political needs.
emergency relief – following the International Code of Conduct for disaster relief organisations
promotion of justice – we advocate for victims of injustice and poverty
strategic initiatives – such as programs promoting community leadership
public awareness
Christian engagement by example – we oppose proselytism and coercion of any kind.
OUR PROJECTS EMPHASISE:

the needs of children
long-term viability and sustainability
education (including literacy) and skills training
gender equality
HIV and AIDS education and prevention
affordable technology solutions.
We’re committed to best-practice corporate governance processes, to efficiency and effectiveness, to preventing the exploitation of the people we serve, and to engaging the corporate sector as well as the public.


Helping Syria’s children thrive again

Megan, front centre, with World Vision Lebanon early childhood development facilitators. As a World Vision Early Childhood Development Advisor, Megan ...
Read More

A Maternity Clinic in Kibera Slum, Nairobi, Kenya

The Kibera Clinic is one of two clinics currently being run in Nairobi by the organization Mwangaza Ulio ne Tumaini ...
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West Africa: the plights of a forgotten crisis

The ongoing conflict with Boko Haram across West Africa’s Lake Chad Basin region has forced more than 2.6 million people ...
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Through a Mother’s Eyes: Life in Nduta Refugee Camp

Refugee Camps in Tanzania Everyone has a story. The Nduta refugee camp in Tanzania is home to more than 55,000 ...
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A Maternity Clinic in Kibera Slum, Nairobi, Kenya

The Kibera Clinic is one of two clinics currently being run in Nairobi by the organization Mwangaza Ulio ne Tumaini ...
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The Work of DHERSEC

The DHERSEC: runs a weekly clinic for disabled and poor persons refers cases for specialist care to the local hospital ...
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A Maternity Clinic in Kibera Slum, Nairobi, Kenya

The Kibera Clinic is one of two clinics currently being run in Nairobi by the organization Mwangaza Ulio ne Tumaini ...
Read More

Finding a reason to smile in Iraq

In a camp outside Mosul, Save the Children Media Manager, Lily Partland spends time with children who have escaped the ...
Read More

Yemen – Tiny fragments of hope

In what was already one of the Arab world’s poorest countries, relentless war, disease and lack of resources have brought ...
Read More

Garden nurtures community livelihoods in Zimbabwe

Seventy-five year old Francesca Mateka has been living in the same village, Dendere, in the Midlands province of Zimbabwe her ...
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UNICEF is the United Nations Children’s Fund, the driving force that helps build a world where the rights of every child are realised. It works in 190 countries and territories with a focus on improving the lives of the most disadvantaged and excluded children.

Established in 1966, the Australian National Committee for UNICEF’s purpose is to support UNICEF’s global mission. We do this primarily by raising funds for overseas programs and, secondly, by advocating for children’s rights internationally and domestically. We work with government and advocate bodies to defend children’s rights and support international development programs.


What can $30 buy you around the world?

It’s easy to forget how dramatically different the costs of goods and services can be around the globe. The money ...
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We are deeply passionate about ending micronutrient deficiencies in the developing world. We aim to do this by providing technical support to governments, private industry, and partner agencies in the design and implementation of large-scale and small-scale food fortification programs.


Tanzania

In 2013, PHC’s small-scale fortification project, called Sanku, partnered with USAID’s Feed the Future program to expand rural maize fortification ...
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Emergency Update: Helping Louisiana Communities Recover in Tornadoes’ Devastating Wake

Six tornadoes tore through Louisiana on Feb. 7, leaving trails of devastation that stretch as far as 23 miles across ...
Read More

Tanzania

In 2013, PHC’s small-scale fortification project, called Sanku, partnered with USAID’s Feed the Future program to expand rural maize fortification ...
Read More

Emergency Update: Helping Louisiana Communities Recover in Tornadoes’ Devastating Wake

Six tornadoes tore through Louisiana on Feb. 7, leaving trails of devastation that stretch as far as 23 miles across ...
Read More

Water, sanitation, hygiene and a healthier future

With the support of donors including Jackie Maxted, the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade and Habitat for Humanity supporters, ...
Read More

Resilience matters one year on from Cyclone Winston

One year ago, severe Tropical Cyclone Winston made landfall in Fiji causing massive devastation. Winston was the strongest tropical cyclone ...
Read More

WORLD VISION IS A WORLDWIDE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT ORGANISATION THAT PROVIDES SHORT-TERM AND LONG-TERM ASSISTANCE TO 100 MILLION PEOPLE WORLDWIDE (INCLUDING 2.4 MILLION CHILDREN).

WE HAVE MORE THAN 45,000 STAFF MEMBERS WORKING IN 96 COUNTRIES.

For six decades, World Vision has been engaging people to work towards eliminating poverty and its causes. World Vision is committed to the poor because we are Christian. We work with people of all cultures, faiths and genders to achieve transformation. We do this through relief and development, policy advocacy and change, collaboration, education about poverty, and emphasis on personal growth, social justice and spiritual values.

THE ACTION WORLD VISION IS COMMITTED TO INCLUDES:

transformational development, which is the phrase we use to describe a holistic approach to improving the lives of the poor by recognising people’s physical, social, spiritual, economic and political needs.
emergency relief – following the International Code of Conduct for disaster relief organisations
promotion of justice – we advocate for victims of injustice and poverty
strategic initiatives – such as programs promoting community leadership
public awareness
Christian engagement by example – we oppose proselytism and coercion of any kind.
OUR PROJECTS EMPHASISE:

the needs of children
long-term viability and sustainability
education (including literacy) and skills training
gender equality
HIV and AIDS education and prevention
affordable technology solutions.
We’re committed to best-practice corporate governance processes, to efficiency and effectiveness, to preventing the exploitation of the people we serve, and to engaging the corporate sector as well as the public.


World Vision – Surviving Nock-ten

In Carolina, Naga City, several motorists were unable to pass through roads due to debris. Photo Credit @ Eleanor Asuan, ...
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The Work of DHERSEC

The DHERSEC: runs a weekly clinic for disabled and poor persons refers cases for specialist care to the local hospital ...
Read More
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Garden nurtures community livelihoods in Zimbabwe

Seventy-five year old Francesca Mateka has been living in the same village, Dendere, in the Midlands province of Zimbabwe her ...
Read More

UNICEF is the United Nations Children’s Fund, the driving force that helps build a world where the rights of every child are realised. It works in 190 countries and territories with a focus on improving the lives of the most disadvantaged and excluded children.

Established in 1966, the Australian National Committee for UNICEF’s purpose is to support UNICEF’s global mission. We do this primarily by raising funds for overseas programs and, secondly, by advocating for children’s rights internationally and domestically. We work with government and advocate bodies to defend children’s rights and support international development programs.


A Maternity Clinic in Kibera Slum, Nairobi, Kenya

The Kibera Clinic is one of two clinics currently being run in Nairobi by the organization Mwangaza Ulio ne Tumaini ...
Read More

We are deeply passionate about ending micronutrient deficiencies in the developing world. We aim to do this by providing technical support to governments, private industry, and partner agencies in the design and implementation of large-scale and small-scale food fortification programs.


Liberia

After fourteen years of civil war and economic damage, Liberians – particularly women and children – suffer severely from micronutrient ...
Read More

PHC – MALAWI

Micronutrient deficiencies remain a serious problem in Malawi: the 2009 Micronutrient Deficiency Study found 48% of children under five and ...
Read More

The Challenge of Bringing Humanitarian Aid into Places of Conflict

The Challenge of Bringing Humanitarian Aid into Places of Conflict Moving aid into remote areas of Haiti after Hurricane Matthew ...
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Protecting Front-Line Health Workers from Infectious Disease in Rural Haiti #HelptheHelpers

Protecting Front-Line Health Workers from Infectious Disease in Rural Haiti #HelptheHelpers In early December, a little boy arrived at the ...
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WORLD VISION IS A WORLDWIDE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT ORGANISATION THAT PROVIDES SHORT-TERM AND LONG-TERM ASSISTANCE TO 100 MILLION PEOPLE WORLDWIDE (INCLUDING 2.4 MILLION CHILDREN).

WE HAVE MORE THAN 45,000 STAFF MEMBERS WORKING IN 96 COUNTRIES.

For six decades, World Vision has been engaging people to work towards eliminating poverty and its causes. World Vision is committed to the poor because we are Christian. We work with people of all cultures, faiths and genders to achieve transformation. We do this through relief and development, policy advocacy and change, collaboration, education about poverty, and emphasis on personal growth, social justice and spiritual values.

THE ACTION WORLD VISION IS COMMITTED TO INCLUDES:

transformational development, which is the phrase we use to describe a holistic approach to improving the lives of the poor by recognising people’s physical, social, spiritual, economic and political needs.
emergency relief – following the International Code of Conduct for disaster relief organisations
promotion of justice – we advocate for victims of injustice and poverty
strategic initiatives – such as programs promoting community leadership
public awareness
Christian engagement by example – we oppose proselytism and coercion of any kind.
OUR PROJECTS EMPHASISE:

the needs of children
long-term viability and sustainability
education (including literacy) and skills training
gender equality
HIV and AIDS education and prevention
affordable technology solutions.
We’re committed to best-practice corporate governance processes, to efficiency and effectiveness, to preventing the exploitation of the people we serve, and to engaging the corporate sector as well as the public.


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A Maternity Clinic in Kibera Slum, Nairobi, Kenya

The Kibera Clinic is one of two clinics currently being run in Nairobi by the organization Mwangaza Ulio ne Tumaini ...
Read More

Scholarships in Nepal

These organizations are managing rural hospitals and seeking to build up numbers of trained staff.  MMA helps by offering scholarships ...
Read More

A Maternity Clinic in Kibera Slum, Nairobi, Kenya

The Kibera Clinic is one of two clinics currently being run in Nairobi by the organization Mwangaza Ulio ne Tumaini ...
Read More

Look back on your achievements

2016 was a year of massive upheaval for many people across the world. But it was not all bad news. Together ...
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A Maternity Clinic in Kibera Slum, Nairobi, Kenya

The Kibera Clinic is one of two clinics currently being run in Nairobi by the organization Mwangaza Ulio ne Tumaini ...
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Caritas Australia to monitor earthquake situation in Solomon Islands

Caritas Australia will continue to monitor the situation in the Solomon Islands after an earthquake hit the Pacific nation today ...
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