World Vision has the privilege to partner with communities across Africa
We aim to achieve the sustained well-being of children within families and communities, especially the most vulnerable, by ensuring that children: enjoy good health; are educated for life; experience the love of God and neighbour; and are cared for, protected and participate.
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Helping Children Survive Crisis
When emergencies (natural or manmade) strike, children and vulnerable communities are often disproportionately affected. We want to make sure all children have access to clean water, food and shelter. We work with families and communities to help them recover. Currently, we are responding to emergencies in:
On the 8th day of March, I will be thinking about our women and the burdens they bear.
Chad’s poverty index, one of the worst globally, has not discouraged Nora Abdillahi, World Vision Chad’s eleven-year-old sponsored child. Her focus is firmly cast on being a school teacher.
Central African Republic Crisis
Children do not start wars. Yet when conflict rages, children are disproportionately punished by its brutality. Here in the Central African Republic, an estimated 1,859,809 million children (under age 18) live in a context affected by conflicts and disasters, with more than half of them forced from their homes.