We work in some of the world’s most dangerous places
Standing with Children in Fragile Contexts
By 2030, 80% of the world's poorest people will be living in places that are very dangerous for children. Some experts call these dangerous places "fragile contexts" - where chronic instability, conflict, and violence leave large numbers of children caught in a trap of extreme vulnerability coupled with crippling poverty. Those with a responsibility to protect children and their families are unable or unwilling to do so in these places.
Children in fragile contexts live on a knife edge and are extremely vulnerable to violence, exploitation, abuse, and neglect. These are the children that our faith as a Christian organisation, and our principles as a humanitarian and development organisation compel us to stand with.
Learn more about World Vision's approaches to fragile contexts below.
5 Global Crises the world can't ignore in 2022
Hundreds of millions of children are caught in the epicenter of intersecting crises that are damaging the health and hopes of a global generation of girls and boys.
These are the five crises facing children that the world cannot ignore in 2022.
Real People. Real Stories. Dangerous Places.
Millions of children live in dangerous places. The issues they face are complex.
We have designed a special portal where you can learn more about these realities, ask questions and participate in solutions.
Policy reports about our work in fragile places
Through its response to large-scale humanitarian needs precipitated by over a million South Sudanese refugees fleeing to Uganda throughout 2016 and...
Lives transformed through our work in Fragile Contexts
How do you build a future when you are told you don’t have a right to one?
See how we are providing educational opportunities for girls like...
Learn how World Vision teams in Lebanon are helping Syrian refugee children, like Aziz, 9, cope with the stress of being a refugee and loss of loved...
Omar, 6, and his sister Lupita, 8, are among thousands of families in Honduras displaced by the damange from hurricanes Eta and Iota.
See how our...