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Hospitals swamped with malnutrition, disease in Ethiopian conflict zone as World Vision humanitarian response
World Vision commits $660 million to fight global malnutrition
World Vision Australia announces M&C Saatchi as its new creative partner
World Vision appoints experienced humanitarian leader as new CEO
COVID-19 pandemic forces half of Afghan families to send their children to work; half unable to access food
Children losing out in Australia’s aid budget; gets a B- for investing aid in children
World Vision on ground responding to devastation caused by Hurricane Iota
Central America prepares for catastrophic impact of Hurricane IOTA
WVA welcomes COVID-19 vaccine announcement, calls on global leaders to commit to most vulnerable
World Vision welcomes Australia’s ‘response above ordinary’ for Indo-Pacific family
Storm Iota threatens millions of Central Americans already devastated by Hurricane Eta
World Vision deploys response team to areas ravaged by super typhoon Goni
World Vision condemns attacks killing four children and two aid workers in Syria
FMA appoints specialist roles in FinTech and Integrated Financial System
World Vision CEO welcomes Goodwill Ambassador, Del Irani
WFP’s Nobel Peace Prize highlights mammoth task of battling hunger amid COVID crisis
Why Australia Must Do More To Ease Suffering Of Millions of Children Worldwide
Over 21,000 people killed since UN global ceasefire-resolution
Refugee camp blaze exposes new risks, as COVID-19 outbreaks flare in camps worldwide
Australians call for boost to overseas COVID-19 funding to avoid deadly second waves
Statement on KPMG’s investigation into World Vision Australia
Remote education inquiry to hold roundtables on early childhood and barriers to education
World Vision welcomes findings of KPMG report
Australia’s young people Students learn more about earthquakes than bushfires, floods, survey finds
Beirut children more vulnerable to COVID-19 in explosion aftermath
Challenges for children in 2020
Children in desperate need of food, shelter and psychological support after deadly Beirut blast
Grave fears for vulnerable children caught up in Beirut explosion
World Vision Statement on Beirut Port Explosion
World Vision Australia announces organisational changes
Syria on brink of further disaster as COVID-19 cases explode: World Vision
World Vision announces Australia-first with charitable-giving fintech Goodworld and Mastercard
Child Labour, Hunger Soar As Family Incomes Plummet, Report Confirms
Syria crisis: Hunger spreading amid COVID-19 and economic collapse
Hugh Sheridan launches COVID-19 fundraiser for world’s most vulnerable communities
Alarming increase in child marriage in Syria. Early marriage spikes due to COVID
Forcibly displaced people highest ever, children bear greatest burden: World Vision
Call to Employ Indigenous Teachers to Teach Indigenous History In Every School
Prevention measures even more critical as first COVID-19 death reported in Rohingya refugee camps
COVID-19 aid rethink welcome, but must go beyond our immediate region – CEO
Children in India, Bangladesh survive Cyclone Amphan now increasingly vulnerable to COVID-19
Cyclone Amphan Creates A Super Complex Crisis: World Vision CEO
Quick DFAT funding to Pacific vital, but remember – COVID is a global crisis
Stalled global ceasefire resolution must ‘get back on track
First COVID-19 case in refugee camp sparks fears for child safety, child marriage
Cash one of best ways to help Solomon Islanders after a disaster
Vaccine Funding Great News. But It Won’t Be Enough for World’s Most Vulnerable
COVID-19 could undo 30 years of poverty reduction progress – World Vision launches massive, 18-month-long response