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Our experts share their insights and perspectives on the impact our work is having on the communities in which we work. Our communities share their stories of hope and resilience.
Until I joined a reading programme in Ghana, I used to think that teaching children in their mother tongue was not only a waste of their precious time but...
HungerFree- empowering communities by providing both the immediate food needed today and the skills & resources to become hunger-free for a lifetime.
World Vision and The GroundTruth Project’s Humanitarian Reporting Fellowship enables young correspondents to tell the stories that really matter; particularly those affecting vulnerable children.
Michael Adeng is a 25 year-old South Sudanese refugee residing at Ayilo refugee settlement in Adjumani district, Northern Uganda. Formerly from Bor Town in Jonglei State (South Sudan), Michael is one...