Education Resources 

World Vision’s education resources explore important global issues including: human rights, inequality, poverty,  refugees, environmental change, disaster response, globalisation and sustainability. These resources help educators, parents and students to extend their understanding of society and their place in the world. 

Resources in our education catalogue can be ordered through this form.
For further enquiry on other catalogue resources please email

Filter resources by
Displaying results 1-16 (of 131)
 |<  < 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 - 5  >  >| 

FAQs: Student and Teacher Resources

  • I’m doing a school project, who can I ask for information?

    We have created many resources with loads of information about World Vision and the work we are involved in around the world. Our resources are suitable for teachers and students and cover a range of aid and development topics. Please visit our Resource page for more information.

  • How can my school get involved with World Vision?

    We love working with schools and think it is really important for young people to learn about what life is like for kids in other parts of the world. One great way for schools to get involved is to take part in the 40 Hour Famine, which has been running in New Zealand since 1975.

    We have a team of Schools Relationship Managers who can help you with the 40 Hour Famine and tell you about other ways you and your school can work with World Vision to learn about the world and make a difference. Visit our 40 Hour Famine page to find out how to get involved.

  • I’m a teacher, does World Vision have resources I can share with my students?

    Yes, we have a range of materials which you can use, including photo posters, DVDs and videos for purchase or loan, and other resources that can be purchased. 

    We also have a range of easy-to-use teaching and learning resources available to purchase that are curriculum-based for Years 1-13. All of our resources help your students explore the world's most important issues like inequality, human rights, environmental change, globalisation, and sustainability. Visit our Resource page for more information.