press release / September 20, 2023
World Vision has today announced it will commit $3.4bn as part of its new global campaign called ‘ENOUGH’ that aims to end child hunger and malnutrition.
publication / September 8, 2023
West and Central Africa region faces the worst humanitarian needs in years, including millions of children in need in the sector of Education. Please find here the state of implementation of Safe School Declaration in the Sahel, RDC and Nigeria.pdf
article / September 23, 2023
World Vision International Lesotho has since embarked on a ‘Water Quality Testing’ training to equip government partners from the Ministry of Health and World Vision WASH technical staff with the knowledge and skills needed to ensure clean and safe drinking water for communities in need. It's a purpose that aligns perfectly with our vision of a world where children and their families can live healthy and prosperous lives.
publication / September 20, 2023
This report describes the efforts of World Vision Bangladesh to train young volunteers to engage in disaster risk reduction activities that can be scaled up across the country.
article / September 18, 2023
Anna's journey from Ukraine to Georgia is a touching and resilient story of survival and hope. Fleeing her homeland in July 2022 due to the war in Ukraine, she along with her 11-year-old daughter and 72-year-old mother, embarked on a challenging journey to find safety and stability in a foreign land. However, as she recounts, the moment they entered Georgia, she instantly felt relieved. Her husband is a sailor. His occupation keeps him away from home frequently, making it necessary for Anna to take on the responsibility of managing their household and raising their daughter. In Georgia, Anna has found support from various sources, including World Vision which plays a crucial role in helping her meet family's needs as well as offering various psycho-social services and activities such as counseling sessions, Positive Parenting training, Women’s Club, and more.
publication / September 19, 2023
World Vision's Response to COVID-19: A Reflection on Digital and Remote Child Protection Programming
During the COVID-19 pandemic, World Vision utilized innovative strategies and adaptations to ensure child protection programming continued and thrived to protection vulnerable children from violence.