World Vision deeply regrets the death of another migrant child from Guatemala, eight-year-old Felipe Alonzo Gómez, on December 24 in New Mexico, USA.Read more
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By Sarafina, 16, GhanaI am a Young Leader and honourable speaker of the Child Parliament Club in my District. I am writing this blog on the World Day for...
It Takes a World to End Violence Against Children- our campaign aims to catalyse a global movement of people committed to keeping children safe from harm.
World Vision and The GroundTruth Project’s Humanitarian Reporting Fellowship enables young correspondents to tell the stories that really matter; particularly those affecting vulnerable children.
By Sarah Ooko, Senior Communications & Media Officer, World Vision KenyaChristine, now in her twenties, suffered from mental health challenges during her teenage years.The problems began after...