Wednesday, July 8, 2015 - 09:42 by Patricio Cuevas-Parra
By Nana Berdzenishvili, Youth Empowerment Manager, WV MEER
As a passionate advocate for young people's participation, I was honoured to meet 13 youth representing their peers from seven countries in the Middle East, Eastern Europe and Southern Asia. They gathered as part of the World Vision International ART Youth Forum and discussed the challenges that youth face in their countries sharing best practices and future plans in...
Saturday, October 11, 2014 - 02:34 by Paul Newnham
Every day we see people leading in our world. Some leading for good and some for bad. Despite how challenging we find the world, there are leaders fighting for hope, for life, for opportunity. It is inspiring of late to see so many that are so young.
Today, I woke to see a message on my Phone from CNN that 17-year-old Malala Yousafzai was recognised as the youngest ever Nobel Peace Prize winner for her work speaking out on education. At great cost to herself,...
Wednesday, August 27, 2014 - 13:11 by Paul Newnham
WE CANNOT DO EVERYTHING, AND THERE IS A SENSE OF LIBERATION IN REALISING THAT
As we arrived in El Salvador after 3 days of meeting with communities in Honduras, my head was swirling with all I had heard. Stories from people who each day lived in fear of the violence and poverty that had taken over their reality.
THE COMMUNITIES FROM WHICH SO MANY CHILDREN ARE FLEEING ARE DANGEROUS
As a parent with kids the same age as many who are fleeing, I was...
Sunday, June 22, 2014 - 23:50 by World Vision Blogger
By Davit Choun, Creative Youth, World Vision Cambodia
Can you imagine a 19-year-old having their first experience using technology?
“I’ve never touched such things like these. They are awesome. When I heard you would bring us these things, I was dreaming about having chance to use them last night. I am so excited now,” said Sophany, 19.
A couple of months ago, I went to one of our project areas located in Kampong Thom...