Students get the chance to go on an eye-opening trip to see poverty and hunger themselves, and reflect upon their attitude towards life!
See poverty up close by traveling to developing countries and encourage others to speak for the poor!
Sharings of Teachers and Social Workers Study Trip (Myanmar)
We experienced and learned about using live broadcast to deliver a message on the impact of COVID-19 on poverty-stricken areas... Read More
I was deeply touched by the local World Vision staff during the visit. They were on the frontline… Read More
Of all the people I met, a young mother particularly stood out to me. “Are there street children in Hong Kong?”… Read More
His son had to drop out and return home to help make ends meet. I can’t help but thought of my students... Read More
One day, we had to lead activities for a children’s club called the Butterfly Club. In the beginning… Read More
Joining the internship in World Vision Hong Kong has granted me hands-on experience on global issues… Read More
I thank God for showing me the work of World Vision in Sri Lanka. I was quite touched when I first… Read More
Out of a simple wish to connect better with the street children, he challenged them to a game of arm-wrestling... Read More
In the various activities and work, I discovered that the poverty I had imagined was so different from the reality… Read More
The biggest takeaway of this trip is that we have really failed to see how fortunate we are… Read More
In 2004, World Vision helped establish the Jiaxin Centre, a non-profit organization that… Read More