News and Stories

We feature write-ups from supporters and staff who are hungry for change and want their voices to be heard.

When the wait ends, what change does it bring? For a former sponsored child, Viet, the change in his life has rippled through his community.

 

On 19 November 2016, the Raffles Interact club joined other World Vision youth volunteers to engage and educate children and parents at Family Survival Playstreets.

If I were to describe my job as a Resource Development and Communications Executive in World Vision in a nutshell, “Unconventional” and “Rewarding” would be the two adjectives I would use.

Farah joined us on a trip to Ende, Indonesia in 2016. Read about what she learnt and experienced on the trip!

7 individuals, drawn together by a love for music, a desire to use our gifts for a greater cause, and by Karen’s email blast. A quick round of introduction made it clear we were all from vastly different social groups and phases of life. There wasn’t much of an orientation; one hour into the introduction session we were launching into an animated brainstorming session on how to in a very practical way bring music to children in Cambodia. And yet two sessions later I find myself eager to meet these people again, from the very day we set a date to meet. So I asked myself, what was it about them? Before that though, what actually is World Vision Musicatalyst?

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