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World Vision in Ukraine - Daniel Wordsworth of World Vision

Updated: Dec 29, 2023

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World Vision in Ukraine - Daniel Wordsworth of World Vision

"In this episode John is joined in conversation by CEO of World Vision Australia, Daniel Wordsworth on the ground in Romania, having just been in Ukraine assisting people displaced by the war. Daniel talks about the important work World Vision is doing to help those in need - including creating corridors for people seeking safe passage out of the country, restocking food supplies and providing shelter. Before becoming the CEO of World Vision Australia in 2021, Daniel served in the Royal Australian Navy and held leadership positions at charitable organisations ChildFund International and Alight. World Vision is a Christian humanitarian organisation that provides short and long-term assistance to more than 100 million people worldwide. As well as working to lift children and families out of poverty, World Vision also assists those in emergency humanitarian crises including those displaced by the war in Ukraine.

If you would like to help World Vision, you can donate here: -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 0:38 Introduction of guest 1:43 Unprecedented statistics 04:36 Putin’s lack of empathy 06:40 Ukrainian Spirit 09:38 Overcoming evil 12:26 Countries surrounding Ukraine 15:53 Ukrainians returning home 19:13 How World Vision provide aid 21:39 The problem of human trafficking 23:42 Ukrainian war’s effect on global food supply 27:13 The importance of World Vision in Ukraine 32:19 Conclusion -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Conversations feature John Anderson, former Deputy Prime Minister of Australia, interviewing the world's foremost thought leaders about today's pressing social, cultural and political issues. John believes proper, robust dialogue is necessary if we are to maintain our social strength and cohesion. As he puts it; "You cannot get good public policy out of a bad public debate." from video introduction.

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