FAMINE. DROUGHT. EARTHQUAKE. TYPHOON. FLOOD. WAR.

When catastrophes strike, whole communities often lose everything in a moment.


Farming families lose their entire year’s food supply to a drastic drop in rainfall.


Rural villagers walk days for a cup of water – clean or dirty, to simply stay alive.


People watch in panic as their homes crumble to dust in earthquakes and are left homeless.


Villagers desperately flee to hilltops as floodwaters rise or beg for refuge from nearby buildings as typhoons approach.


Children become unaccompanied refugees as they escape from gunfire, forced to leave their families behind and cross borders into strange lands seeking protection.

The stories do not end here. We can help them survive.

Why wait for disasters to strike?

For S$50 a month,you will allow World Vision to strengthen the resilience of communitiesto brace themselves against

the worst effects of calamities.


These are ongoing initiatives in as many at-risk communities even before disasters strike.

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HOPE FOR HUMANITY

When disasters strike, what do we see first - despair, or hope?

World Vision invites you to share hear first-hand from:

10 February 2018

3pm to 5pm

URA Function Hall, Level 5, The URA Centre (Podium Block)45 Maxwell Rd, The URA Centre, Singapore 069118

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Arnold Gay,
Kiss92 FM radio presenter on his time
among refugees in Cox's Bazar, most of whom are Rohingya

Francis,
child survivor of the 2004 Asian Tsunami
on his experience being struck by the treacherous waves

Ngo Cong Thanh,
Vietnam war survivor, on impoverished children endangered by
6-8 typhoons a year and how resilience-building actually saves lives