News and Updates

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

Project HungerFree was held on 15 July 2017 at the Bukit Timah Campus of the National University of Singapore. It was a humanitarian-themed youth festival, complete with music performances and a documentary photography exhibition, which allowed students and young professionals to deepen their understanding about the challenges in the developing world.

With daily challenges to peace, what can be done in conflict-ridden places? How can the next generation be peace loving and peace keepers? In this issue of Voices for Change, we bring you stories from Iraq, Kenya, the Philippines and more, of how World Vision is working to make peace a reality.

My first ever trip with World Vision was Hike For Hope in Nepal in 2016. It has become a precious memory for me. 

More than 622,000 people fled from Myanmar to Bangladesh when violence broke out in Myanmar Rakhine State. World Vision is distributing emergency food packages that have reached some 15,000 people in 3,000 vulnerable households since 24 September in Cox’s Bazar. Help us reach another 115,000 people with a two-week supply of emergency food aid. Help us to prevent worsening malnutrition among children.

It is a blessing to be able to give

As a student welfare officer who has only recently started working, Joy has already embarked on her child sponsorship journey with a child, Gaspar. Taking it further, she went on a trip with World Vision to Ende, Indonesia to visit him.

“I also believe that whatever that we have is something that we can bless other people with”

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