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WORLD

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Transcript of WORLD

Kanwar Sandhe

By : Lenny Liyana
WORLD
VISION
Edmund Law
WHAT
is
World Vision
“World Vision is a worldwide community development organization that provides short-term and long-term assistance to 100 million people worldwide”

(Lansley, 2013, P. 1)


History.
Established in 1950 in US
American missionary Dr Robert Pierce
Expanded to different countries in 1966
Became an international organization
GOALS
The needs of children
education (including literacy) and skills training
HIV and AIDS prevention
Economic development
Locations
Asia and the Pacific
Africa
Latin America and Caribbean
Middle East, Eastern Europe & Central Asia

Maintain cooperative relations with World Health Orgainisation and United Nation
Sponsor from US and AU
Provide better service
Community groups

Funding’s and partners/donors
Partners
Funding’s and partners/donors
Different..
World Vision:
More focusing on children

Global aid program
The impact of aid is not enough
Oxfam:
Success stories
Challenges
Build awareness in the community in Australia
Aware of this NGO exist
Client’s experiences/ stories
Society aware of "World Vision"

Challengers & Success Stories
The 40 Hour Famine
The 40 Hour Famine project is one of largest fund raising events particularly amongst the younger generations. It aids to help fight hunger and poverty worldwide by educating people around the world, making them aware of poverty and hunger.
Each year 40 Hour Famine will support project that fight hunger to various countries around the world, such as the following:
Malawi
Nepal
Tanzania
Ethiopia
Uganda
East Timor
Aims
It aims to save the lives of people, such aids can include:

Providing food
Transport
Medicines and usually involves a short term response.
Compassion Fatigue
Caring too much
Centering others but not practicing self care
Unresolved trauma histories
WHAT
is
compassion fatigue
WHO
are
Those who are strongly empathetic
Unresolved trauma histories
Neglect self-care
Blurred professional boundaries
at risk
World Vision uses a well-being program to optimize the physical, emotional and psychological well -being of their employees.
Job sharing
Part time employment
Parenting Room
Twelve weeks paid Maternity Leave, five days Paternity Leave, twelve weeks Adoption Leave
Career Link Leave
Working from home opportunities
Generous Leave opportunities
Enjoy a competitive salary and the benefits of salary packaging

These benefits include:
Compassion Fatigue
Target Audience
Men and women over the age of 18
Accepting of everyone regardless of race, gender, or religious affiliation
Those with an ambition to help others
Communication
Helpline 24/7
1300 13 3240


Social media

Educational settings
Health services
twitter.com/worldvisionaus
facebook.com/worldvisionaustralia
Street address: 1 Vision Drive, Burwood East, Victoria, 3151
Postal address: GPO Box 399, Melbourne, Victoria, 3001 Australia
Phone: 03 9287 2233
Fax: 03 9287 2427

National Office:
Communication
Culture
Race
Religions
Age
Sexes
Gender
Beliefs
Christian Values
Commitment to the Poor
Providing Relief
Promoting transformation
Prioritizing Children
Steward nature
They...
Are Christian
Are Committed To The Poor
Are Partners
Are stewards
Are Responsive

Resources
Media center
Press release
Spokespeople
Opinion Pieces

School resources
Search engine

Christian Learning spread out through:
Interactive studies to create awareness
Books
Church partnership
Media
Reports and Publications
Conferences and workshops


Health professionals
Doctors, Nurses, Midwives
Advocacy team
Volunteers
Administrates/ Office support
Media professionals
Inter-professional collaboration
Reference
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