Youth

SINGAPORE, 1 – 2 June 2018 – As part of a humanitarian themed amazing race, over 240 youths from different schools will embark on the 30 Hour Famine Camp’s Backpack Challenge, World Vision’s annual flagship youth engagement programme to experience first-hand the realities of inequality.

At the Youth For Change Conference, we got to sit next to humanitarian and development workers and annoy them with a dozen or so questions — even then, we only scratched the surface of their world. They deal with the most complex issues hindering life and happiness around the world, and for several days they were ours to pester and blew our minds.

SINGAPORE, 15 January 2018 – To support the nurturing of young social leaders who are empathetic, service-oriented and passionate about championing social causes, World Vision signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Ngee Ann Polytechnic (NP) last Saturday (13 Jan). The MOU will allow for the co-creation and execution of service-learning projects by NP students, in conjunction with World Vision.

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