Where you can hear from World Vision's experts, analysts and industry-leading thinkers who both guide and pioneer our work with children around the world.
We hope you are intrigued, challenged, interested and inspired!
Food vouchers or food boxes? Here’s what we know
Whether we’re using cash, vouchers, or food, context and dignity are the most important factors when feeding hungry children and families, write Sheri and Kathryn.
Vaccines save us from being condemned by history
By Jennifer Neelsen
As a public health expert and historian, World Vision's COVID-19 Response Director Jennifer argues history gives us reasons to feel confident about vaccines – and warns us not to be complacent.
Where's Al Gore's movie about violence against children
By Tamara Tutnjevic
My top three takeaways from working with leading think tank ODI on the sinister interplay between climate change and violence in childhood.
The great injustice staring us in the face
By Maurice Sadlier
We need to look at climate change as the justice issue it is, Maurice argues, because of the indefensible damage it is doing to vulnerable children.
Why turning our backs on Afghanistan is not an option
By Asuntha Charles
Asuntha reflects on the changes she has seen in Afghanistan's children over the past decade, and looks at new World Vision research that reveals the country's children are at breaking point.
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