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07 December 2017

Woolworths World Explorers Maps

In 2017, Woolworths donated over 115 000 World Explorers Maps from their collectibles campaign to support World Vision’s education programming in vulnerable contexts. An additional 31 000 maps are currently awaiting shipment from the World Vision Australia warehouse.

The Woolworths World Explorer Maps was sent around the world and distributed to schools, early learning centres and Child Friendly Spaces in countries across Africa and the Middle East. The maps have been integrated into existing Education programming and have been a vital resource for children to learn, grow and thrive.

The following countries received Woolworths World Explorers Maps in 2017:

  • Burundi – 28 160 maps
  • Iraq – 2 560 maps
  • Lesotho – 11 520 maps
  • Malawi – 12 800 maps
  • Somalia – 2 560 maps
  • South Sudan – 2 560 maps
  • Swaziland – 19 200 maps
  • Uganda – 12 800 maps
  • Zambia – 21 700 maps
  • Zimbabwe – 1 280 maps

The Woolworths World Explorers maps have helped to actively engage young learners through providing quality resources to World Vision education programs across the globe.