News and Updates

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Communicating with sponsored children allows them to experience unconditional love, express themselves and expand their horizons. With our latest website enhancement, child sponsors will be able to send e-letters to their children! Read on to find out how.

Loud giggles announce the arrival of 30 excited children eager to start their day at World Vision’s child-friendly space here in this refugee camp.

Eleven-year-olds Taslima and Yacob and their friends flock through the doors.

"Let’s settle down for attendance," says Adbul Bashar, the centre’s facilitator.

"Nobody should be deprived of opportunities just because of the different backgrounds that they were born into.” Find out what other lessons a student from Ngee Ann Polytechnic (NP) picked up following a visit with World Vision to Son Tra in Vietnam. This trip was undertaken in preparation for a Service-Learning project being developed as part of a Memorandum of Understanding between World Vision and NP.

On 1-2 June 2018, four student leaders from Hougang Secondary School participated in the 30 Hour Famine Camp for the first time, and took on the Backpack Challenge to learn about the struggles experienced by children and families in fragile contexts affected by conflict, insecurity, and natural disasters. Here, they share their most memorable moments from the camp and the meaningful lessons that they came away with.

Lombok Island has been struck by three earthquakes in 12 days. So far, 387 deaths have been reported, 13,000 have been found injured, and countless families are left homeless and out in the open, with about 200,000 people forced from their homes. Donate to help now or learn more about our Lombok Earthquake response!