Our cause: protecting children and promoting a more secure and fair society.
World Vision seeks to improve the quality of life for children, families and communities in the Americas region through development and community organization. We work to reduce poverty in Latin America and the Caribbean through policies that promote responsible government, support for small-scale agriculture, income equality and access to credit, and education and training, all while ensuring equal opportunities for girls, boys, youth, women, the neediest communities and indigenous peoples.
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At 8 years old, Evelyn had her first contact with World Vision Ecuador when she was sponsored; back then, she had the opportunity to receive the...
This March 21 marks the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination, a problem that affects a large part of the world's population...
“IT'S ALREADY 5 PM, I HAVE TO GO”, MIGUEL, 7 YEARS OLD, HURRIES TO SOCCER TRAINING. THE CHILD'S ROUTINE INCLUDES STUDIES THROUGHOUT THE DAY, GAMES AT...
World Vision staff member Catherine Turcios reflects on the importance of humanitarian following hurricane ETA's distruction in Honduras.
Telma, a community development facilitator in Intibucá, Honduras, rediscovered her purpose when she came to World Vision.
An innovative programme in El Salvador and Honduras equips young adults with the skills and confidence they need to succeed through education, job...
New programme in Chile provides emotional and educational support to children with incarcerated caregivers and support to existing caregivers to be...
Although inequalities still surround women these days, education helps us turn negative situations into strengths. It has helped me to be brave, to...
World Vision and First Lady present the 4th Journalism Award for Children_Dominican RepublicLearn More
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Consecuencias del COVID-19: Las repercusiones secundarias ponen en más riesgo las vidas de los niños que la propia enfermedadDownload Publication
Migrant Crisis in Venezuela
The massive exodus of citizens leaving Venezuela is currently considered one of the biggest humanitarian crises on the globe. It is estimated that more than 2 million Venezuelans have left their country in search of better living conditions and security.