There's some work to be done in #Vanuatu, @NataliaKills and @willymoon if you've got a spare minute. #xfactornz bit.ly/cyclonepam
In Korukonda community, 555 malnourished children are gaining weight and energy! Mums and dads are attending nutrition workshops where they learn to prepare nutritious meals using local ingredients.
Our mission? To give children life in all its fullness, and to keep seeing grins like Vatandeep’s.
Learn more about our work in India: wvnz.org.nz/korukonda
Last year, you helped empower communities all over the world.
We can all do our bit to make a change, and this year, we hope you'll join us again in creating a world where children can thrive - a world where children can be children.
Here’s to a 2017 filled with love, peace and people like you, ready to fight for a fairer world.
Meet Paige, at 9 years old she’s proof that you’re never too young to make a difference.
After learning about the Syrian refugee crisis, she raised $200 for children who were forced to flee their homes. She remembers how people helped her family after the Christchurch earthquake and wanted to support other families in Syria. Paige, you're pretty incredible.
5 #WorldVision sponsor children dead in Gaza. See @CNNTheLead piece here: ow.ly/zRMll
As children flee Mosul, they arrive at World Vision camps terrified, scared of adults, and unable to socialise with other children. Our Child Friendly Spaces are helping children re-learn how to play: Link
“We must never lose our capacity to feel outrage when human beings are so callously slaughtered, and then we must turn that outrage into action," - Rich Stearns, World Vision U.S. president.
Our teams are in Syria and neighbouring countries, and we’ll be supporting families for as long as we are needed: wvnz.org.nz/syria-conflict