World Vision International

Wednesday, March 6, 2019 - 22:49 by Patrick Gwayi

Philip Ndekei,  Manager – Food & Cash Assistance–Operations

WHY DID YOU CHOOSE THIS CAREER? 

I’m very passionate about serving the vulnerable in the society. I have an education background and served as a high school teacher. I developed a...

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Tuesday, March 5, 2019 - 06:00 by Cecil Laguardia

Why do I love this work? I would always get strange reactions every time I tell people where I work. It is one thing to be a humanitarian worker doing global emergencies and another thing to face the daunting challenge in a fragile context such as South Sudan's. Why can’t I just do the “normal” job where it is safe for women? I became used to this question.

I look at the facts objectively. An estimated 49 percent* of South Sudan’s over 12 million...

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Wednesday, August 17, 2016 - 15:34 by

Our Coordinators for Development Facilitation (CDF) serve as direct links between the community and World Vision India. Their tireless work in the field helps us identify issues in our target areas and reach out to all vulnerable children and communities present.

Around 480 CDFs operate in World Vision India, each of them effectively engaging with people and serving their communities. Our field staff live and work among children and families in villages and urban...

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Monday, May 4, 2015 - 02:53 by Joelma Pereira

World Vision is one of the biggest and oldest faith base International NGO in the world and whose vision is for every child, to enjoy life in all its fullness. This ambitious vision cannot be reached without good will, passion, love and its staff commitment to work together internally and externally.

World Vision’s size, in terms of number offices, number of staff in several countries means that often departments work in isolation to...

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Friday, August 15, 2014 - 02:22 by World Vision Blogger

By: Ajitson Samuel Justus, World Vision India Communications

Living in the middle of the forest may not be something new if you were born there. Generations are spent acclimatizing to the weather conditions, getting used to the long walking distances and living without electricity.



But what if you were not? What if you grew up in the city all your life?

 Kherring is a World Vision field worker who answers these questions with the story of his...

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