World Vision Canada is "a Christian relief, development, and advocacy organization working to create lasting change in the lives of children, families, and communities to overcome poverty and injustice." Based in Mississauga, Ontario, World Vision Canada is the largest private relief and development agency in Canada. It is a part of the World Vision Partnership led by World Vision International.

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  • For World Day Against Child Labour, we parked a Glam Van in Yonge-Dundas Square, where we gave child labour-free makeovers and explained the need for greater transparency in the products we buy. Head to www.nochildforsale.ca to learn more about the hidden cost of beauty and to sign our petition. #NoChildForSale To read our report visit here: http://s.wvc.ca/TTgGbI To sign our petition visit here...

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  • Canada, the European Union, Germany, Japan, the United Kingdom, and the World Bank announced an investment of close to $3.8 billion CAD toward education for women and girls in crisis and conflict situations. Canada's investment will be $400 million CAD over a three-year period. World Vision Canada, along with our partners Plan International Canada, UNICEF Canada, Save the Children Canada, Right t...

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  • For millions of children around the world caught in conflict and disaster, education is a lifeline — especially for girls. Access to education can protect them from violence today, while giving them a chance to pursue a better life tomorrow. Canada is hosting the G7 Summit this weekend. This is our chance to champion education for girls in crises on the global stage. Help focus the world’s attent...

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  • It’s increasingly difficult to be an aid worker in some of the world’s most dangerous places. But in Central African Republic, it’s even more difficult to be a child. Despite being home to nearly a third of the globe’s attacks on aid workers (in 2017), we’re not leaving CAR anytime soon. The children of CAR need protection. Join us and see why this difficult work is so important.

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  • After the #NepalEarthquake struck, children were terrified about entering any building. With generous funding from across the world, we were able to build earthquake-resistant schools so children can feel safe when they come to learn. Tom Cochrane and our MMW25 contest winner, Celina Close, recount their experience at a school handover ceremony to the local community.

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  • 3-year-old Vision was born in the immediate aftermath of the 2015 earthquake that struck Nepal. While World Vision was assessing the impact of the earthquake, they found Ganga, Vision's mother, in labour pains with no one around to help. Staff immediately brought her to the hospital, where Vision was born. His family's story is one of perseverance in the face of disaster.

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  • When one door closes, we help find ways to open new ones. That’s the story behind this husband and wife duo who fell on hard times after a work accident left Likhram severely injured and unable to continue working. Thanks to their smarts and work ethic, as well as training and supplies they received from World Vision, the couple are now the proud owners of a thriving tailoring business. Today, the...

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  • Through training provided by World Vision, Dharma learned how to plant seasonal vegetables and sell them at the local market, helping him double his income. Now, his dreams of investing in his children’s education and building a house are becoming a reality. Helping a farmer achieve his dreams and provide a brighter future for his family is one way we’re declaring victory over poverty! Join the ...

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  • Raj’s meat shop is truly a family effort. Together with her husband, daughter, and daughter-in-law, Raj runs her meat shop, equipped with the skills and tools she needs to be successful, thanks to World Vision. Now that her business is thriving, Raj dreams of expanding her business and improving her family’s future by investing in more land and her children’s education. Empowering local families ...

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  • You can never be too old to develop a love of learning. In Nepal, teachers became students when we trained them to integrate new teaching methods in their classrooms. Their efforts, coupled with resources supplied by World Vision, have greatly enhanced the academic experience of these young students and now they love going to school! With love, and education, victory over poverty is possible. ...

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  • How are mushrooms and pigs bringing hope to a community in Nepal? They’re helping the citizens of Accham West generate some much-needed income through indoor farming, an innovative solution introduced by World Vision, since conventional farming isn’t an option in this area. Out-of-the-box thinking is how residents are transforming their community for generations to come. It’s how we’re declaring ...

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  • "It’s hard to stay healthy when you don’t have access to clean water or even bathroom facilities. This was the reality for the people living in Nepal. With the support of local government authorities, we carried out a campaign to improve community hygiene and supported schools to install toilets and a drinking water supply system. With access to clean water, the future looks bright indeed!"

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  • “Whenever I feel sad, happy, or even angry, I act. When I’m on stage, I feel as if I’m in a different world,” says 16-year-old Syrian refugee Najat. Take a 360 degree tour of her and theatre group by clicking and dragging, or moving your phone during her story. To mark seven years since violence erupted in Syria, we’ve teamed up with Contrast VR, to train seven young people living in Jordan's Z...

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  • Small wins can add up to big victories. We know from our own lives that these little steps help us make progress against challenges. That’s the idea behind Village2Village, a unique initiative that brings Canadians together to support a community in a developing nation. Our love moves us to share in their journey. Together, we can help an entire community find sustainable solutions to the barriers...

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  • Meet 16-year-old Syrian teenager, Nisreen. She lives in Za’atari refugee camp in Lebanon and wants to be a journalist so she can report on what life is like inside the camp. Tilt and rotate your phone to join Nisreen as she shares her love for theatre school in the camp, which has given her a way to express herself and make friends. This week marks seven years since violence erupted in Syria, af...

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  • 16-year-old Yousef idolises his older brother, who set up his own business as a barber in Jordan’s Za’atari refugee camp to help support their family. Click and drag Yousef’s story to explore his life and special bond with his big brother. To mark seven years since violence erupted in Syria, we’ve teamed up with Contrast VR, to train seven young people living in Jordan's Za'atari Refugee Camp, to...

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  • “I’m grateful because I ran away from the war, but at the same time I’m sad because I left my homeland,” says 16-year-old Syrian teenager Tabarak. Take a journey through her new home, the recently established local markets, and join her as she feeds her chickens by tilting and rotating your phone. To mark seven years since violence erupted in Syria, we’ve teamed up with Contrast VR, to train sev...

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  • Syrian teenager Obada dreams of becoming a world famous footballer! For refugee children like him, football has been a source of joy in an often challenging environment, and a way to make new friends. Tilt and rotate your phone to join Obada and his friend Mohammad for the match of the day in Jordan’s Za’atari refugee camp. To mark seven years since violence erupted in Syria, we’ve teamed up wi...

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  • “We moved to Jordan and my life completely changed. I want to show you my life in Za’atari camp,” says 15-year-old Mahmoud. Explore the camp with him by simply clicking and dragging, or moving your phone. To mark seven years since violence erupted in Syria, we’ve teamed up with Contrast VR, to train seven young people living in Jordan's Za'atari Refugee Camp, to share their #StoriesAfterSyria u...

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