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.
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I know firsthand what it's like to try and learn Algebra on an empty stomach
By Daniel Wang'ang'a
As a recipient of a school meals programme in rural Kenya, Daniel knows first-hand the cross benefits that School Meals bring – and has dedicated his life to making school meals a reality for vulnerable children worldwide.
The Afghanistan I know
By Patrick Thomas
Progress in Afghanistan has not only been possible, it's been a reality, Patrick reflects as World Vision re-commits to the country's vulnerable children in light of ongoing fragility.
Five things you may not know about humanitarians
By James East
James reflects on why we can and should better understand humanitarian workers - where they're from, why they do what they do, what they face and how they overcome it.
When someone's drowning you don't row away
By Jennifer Neelsen
As the most vulnerable children and families, especially in fragile contexts, suffer new surges of COVID-19, Jennifer says we must redouble efforts to fight the pandemic and its tragic aftershocks.
We told ourselves – We'd never let famine happen again
By Sheri Arnott
On the 10th anniversary of the Somalia Famine, Sheri Arnott asks: 'How did we get here again?'
If that was your daughter
By Elena Gaia
Promising Young Woman and Billie Eilish have Elena asking why it takes a personal link to help us see the horrors children face.
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