Als Pate gehörst du zu einer #Gemeinschaft, die Horizonte erweitert, Fundamente aufbaut und Fortschritt unterstützt. Es ist doch großartig, wenn Essen nicht einfach nur verteilt wird, sondern #Mütter neue #Rezepte kennenlernen , damit ihre #Kinder gesunde und nährstoffreiche Mahlzeiten bekommen. Das ist ein weiterer großartiger Aspekt der Patenschaft. #WorldVision#WonderfulAdventure
후원기관에 대한 좋지 않은 얘기들이 많아
유진이 사연을 보고는 도저히 그냥 넘어갈 수가 없었다.
글을 전부 옮길 수 없을 정도로 가슴아픈..
정기후원이 아니더라도 가능하다는 블로그 글을 보고
너무 작은 후원이지만, 유진이에게 아주 작은 희망이라도 되고 싶다. -기회되시면 한번 들어가서 사연보시고, 정기후원이 아니여도 일시후원 가능하니 한 번만이라도 고려해보셔요🙏
I will be performing on the 22nd of July during the 30-Hour Famine Camp at Sunway University!
Join them as campers now! 😎🤙
Head over to 30-Hour Famine Sunway University facebook page to register
Limited slots available! 🤙🤙🤙
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🎉 Kicking off the weekend with a SO to Whanganui Collegiate School who hosted their one-of-a-kind 40 Hour Famine fundraiser - A Colour Dash! 🌈 150 people took part and ran 4km from Kowhai Park to the Whanganui i-Site. Big ups to Ethan and his school mates for organising the event! 👍 📸 Bevan Conley, Wanganui Chronicle
I LOVE me some Sugarland... seriously they have such a positive messaging in their songs, so much so that you wouldn’t expect there to be anything more.... but Sugarland impressed the hell out of me tonight. They are legit committed to getting 2,000 kids sponsored through their tour (worldvision.org). I’ve never been to a concert before where attendees were asked to directly donate to a third party organization. Yes I’ve seen acts indicate that their purchase of tickets would go toward certain organizations, but the fact that Sugarland had individuals as part of their roaming merchandise staff with ways people could sponsor a child was AMAZING!!!! There’s a line in one of their new songs: “I was born for better days”. They mean it when they talk about having a “BIGGER” life. Very thankful to have my @ch23r23jo by me as we got to rock it tonight....
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“And I heard the voice of the Lord saying, "Whom shall I send, and who will go for us?" Then I said, "Here I am! Send me."” Isaiah 6:8 #nmbsm2018#worldvision#together
I didn’t feel like going home in traffic so I headed to Fairview Mall to kill some time. As I was heading towards the escalator a World Vision table caught my eye. I went over to look at some pictures and learn more.
Sponsoring a child has been on my mind for quite some time now and it turns out God had already decided today would be the day! Thank you Karen for educating me on the World Vision organization.
I am now the proud sponsor of a 5 year old girl from Ghana. She’s just 2 days older than my son 😀I’m looking forward to interacting with her and watching her grow..
To learn more about the organization or become a child sponsor visit worldvision.ca
Interested in pursuing a career that makes an impact? Come intern with us! Only four more days until applications for the Fall #Internship Program at @WorldVision International open! Follow the link in our bio for more information and check back on Monday, June 25 to apply! #weareworldvision#WorldVision
Mercedes vive con sus siete hijos y nietos con edades de entre siete meses y 15 años. Ella es una de las 104 familias de la provincia El Seibo cuyas casas fueron reparadas por World Vision, con fondos de la organización Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation, luego de que los huracanes Irma y María afectaran severamente a los municipios El Seibo y Miches de esa provincia.
"El recuerdo que me queda del huracán María es de nerviosismo y de ver el desastre que hubo. Cuando ocurrió el huracán María yo vivía en una situación muy deplorable. Cuando comenzaba a llover, llovía más dentro de mi casa que afuera. Se me mojaba todo dentro de mi casita. Mi techo era una sola coladora. Tan pronto se nublaba, tenía que poner poncheras por temor a que se me mojaran las camas. Luego vino el huracán María y destruyó mi casa. Se me fue todo el techo. Rápidamente tuve que sacar a mi familia adonde unos vecinos por temor a que hubiera un desastre. Luego que pasó el huracán vino la intervención de Dios primero, y luego de World Vision, quienes hicieron posible que hoy tenga un techo, un techo digno, con buena cobija. Gracias a Dios y a World Vision hoy tengo buen techo, con un zinc nuevo, no un zinc viejo o usado, sino un zinc nuevo. Ya no es la misma casa en donde yo vivía. Ahora es una casa digna", asegura Mercedes.
Corrdio and patners awarding The winners of the football and volleyball competitions were awarded their prizes during celebrations involving local political and religious leaders, women and youth groups as well as members of the public.
Nasi članovi su 19.06. i 20.06. imali edukaciju o životnim vještinama gdje su se, zajedno sa ostalim mladima iz okruženja, edukovali o kritičkom razmišljanju, upravljanju emocijama, komunikaciji, izgradnji odnosa i društvenoj odgovornosti. Nakon treninga slijedi drugi dio projekta gdje će naši članovi prenijeti stečeno znanje djeci, kako bi i oni znali nešto više o pomenutim vještinama. Uskoro slijedi nastavak. #kvart#lukavac#youth#worldvision#education#bonding
Flashback Friday to these pigtails 👧🏼!
I’m posting this photo of me in 3rd grade to raise awareness about educating girls in crises. Access to education can protect them from violence today, while giving them a chance to pursue a better life tomorrow. Post a throwback photo of yourself and what you wanted to be when you grew up with the hashtag #MyG7 to help spread awareness. There are 75 million children out of school right now because of crises around the world. Help education dreams turn in to reality. Nominate 3 other friends to take the challenge and stand up for education. 📚📐📝 #WorldVision
Ana is weighed and measured to ensure she is growing properly. The nurse states that she is the average height but is underweight because she has been unwell.
This health clinic in Tanzania is supported by World Vision who provides training for the nurses and staff.
Photo: Michelle Siu/World Vison
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Sponsored Children Nature and Reward, wash up with water collected from a World Vision drilled borehole near their home in Moyo ADP.
Photo: Jon Warren/World Vision
The government of Hong Kong has announced a $6.217million (Ksh.627,211,370) grant for providing relief to victims of floods in Kenya.
This comes after the Kenya Red Cross appealed for Ksh.500million to support families affected by floods in Kenya.
The funds from the Disaster Relief Fund to World Vision Hong Kong will be used to provide water filters, household and hygiene items as well as mobile toilets. “To ensure that the money is used for the designated purposes, World Vision Hong Kong will be asked to submit an evaluation report and an audited account on the use of the grant after the relief project has been completed,” a statement from Hong Kong’s Government spokesman reads.
The special administrative region now hopes that the grant will boost provision of timely relief to the victims and help restore their lives back to normal.
Heavy rains continue to pound various parts of Kenya even as the weatherman indicates that the situation is unlikely to improve any time soon.
Floods have killed hundreds and left over 250,000 Kenyans homeless as well as property worth millions destroyed.
The Solai Dam tragedy left over 40 people dead after the water reservoir burst its banks rendering thousands displaced.