It is with great sadness that World Vision Australia heard today of the passing of Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela – civil rights leader, statesman, campaigner against poverty, and committed advocate for...
Nine days after she gave birth to her second daughter, Lida's husband died.
Budoy proved dogs really are their masters' best friends when he saved sponsor child Vincent and Vincent's mum from Typhoon Haiyan's violent floodwaters.
If there is one thing Baye Nagatte Saye believes in, it is the right of every child to an education.
One month ago Rowena celebrated the birth of her second child. Now she puts him down to sleep on a small table in a crowded village hall filled with so many others left homeless by Typhoon Haiyan.
Dira spent her childhood scavenging through garbage and sewage for recyclables. "I needed to scavenge the junk in order to earn money," she explained.
Rowan and Kirra Lewis were listening to their three children as they flicked through the World Vision Australia Gift Catalogue.
Mongolia is a unique part of the world. Landlocked between Russia and China, it has temperatures that range from minus 30 degrees in winter to 40 degrees in summer and a culture of nomadic herding...
Around the world, women don’t have equal opportunities to men, are discriminated against and denied their basic rights. In fact, of the 1.3 billion people worldwide living in poverty, 70 percent are...
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