Frontline Stories

Sharing by Participants of Study Trips

2014 Mongolia Teachers Trip (Jessica Cheng)

Throughout the trip, I witnessed the long term commitment of World Vision’s staff and volunteers. Your generous support bring back love, hope and dignity to street children, children with disabilities, alcoholics and people in need. You all had turn the impossible into possible! They can face their every day with an optimistic attitude and positive mindset despite challenges. They help each other by showing support and encouragement. I wholeheartedly believe that Mongolia is a country full of hope! We ought to learn to be thankful!

2014 Youth Education Programme Sri Lanka XP Trip (Yumo Tang)

During this visiting, I felt so motivated by having witnessed the success of Area Development Programs (ADPs) in different extents. A “World with Zero Poverty” is not only an unrealistic dream but depends on whether each of us is willing to take one step forward. Many people around the globe are striving anonymously to achieve this goal.

2014 Cambodia Famine XP Trip (Ying Shi)

"Do you live happily in Hong Kong?" a child asked. This was a question that kept echoing in my mind. Although they were living in a wood and straw hut, producing their own vegetables and eggs, wearing donated clothes, and travelling by bikes provided by World Vision, they were happy. I could hardly told them that I was not happy with all the good things I have in Hong Kong.

Indeed, happiness comes from contentment. I feel that I am really blessed.

Restoring the Lives of Children Affected By Conflict

[2018/04/16] In Kasai region, in southern Democratic Republic of Congo, a mother is working hard to normalise the lives of ch......

A Chicken-and-egg Solution

[2018/04/03] Harriet’s four young stars can finally dream of eating eggs again. The family of six just received 16 chickens f......

Goals for Syrian Refugee Children

[2018/03/27] When it rains in Za’atari Refugee Camp, it’s chaos.

Empowering Ethiopian Women through a Gardening and Savings Club

[2018/03/08] When Workalem was married at 16 and had her daughter by the age of 17, she seemed to be stuck in a cycle that so......

10 Ways How Children Value Friendship

[2018/02/28] From abuse to hatred, we live in a world constantly confronted with many challenges that affect the lives of mil......

6 Facts about Female Genital Mutilation

[2018/01/26] More than 200 million women and girls around the world are living with the results of the dangerous practice of ......

8 Reasons to Have Hope in 2018

[2018/01/20] Hope is infectious, even healing. But in a world that’s often dark, what is there to be hopeful for? Here are 8 ......

10 Facts: Life in Northern Uganda's Refugee Settlements

[2017/10/26] World Vision, in partnership with two other humanitarian organisations, conducted an inter-agency study of refug......

A Visit to a Refugee Camp

[2017/10/09] As a World Vision communicator, Himaloy Joseph Mree has been deployed to various emergencies and met many affect......