We believe in the power of one voice — its ability to do the impossible, overcome inequality, challenge harmful behaviours and call for justice for children. We mobilise, amplify and harness voices – especially those of children – across the world to call for what is right, what is fair and what is just.
We want to change the way the world works for children and create lasting, sustainable impact. We believe all children should be valued, listened to, included and nurtured within peaceful, reconciled and equal families, communities and societies.
We work for justice for children through advocacy and global campaigns. At local, national, regional and international levels we work to change unjust policies, practices, and structures affecting the most vulnerable children. Through our current global campaign, It takes a world to end violence against children, we are catalysing a global movement of people committed to keeping children safe from all forms of harm and violence.
It takes a world to end violence against children
We believe in a world without violence against children. Our campaign wants to change the reality for the 1.7 billion children who suffer from violence every year. It happens in every country, city and community and steals childhoods, eroding the human and social capital of a country. Our campaign provides a platform for people to speak out, call for action, and play their part to end violence against children.
Our Global Strategy - Our Promise
It began with the announcement of a new set of goals to end poverty, climate change and inequality by 2030 – a new set of commitments made by world governments in response to the voices of people across the world calling for change. At World Vision, we are courageously answering this call with a commitment to relentlessly pursue our vision for every child, life in all its fullness.
Child Health Now
Our first global campaign, Child Health Now, mobilised millions to raise their voices across the globe to call for a world where no child dies before their fifth birthday. The campaign challenged governments, and it changed and created policies. After the campaign, we continue to hold governments accountable for their promises, and to ensure dirty water, poor sanitation, lack of access to health facilities, and inadequate nutrition don’t kill children.