article / May 22, 2023
A Troubled Child Finds Peace
Danial used to struggles with conflict management. Through the Makani Clubs, he learned to respect others and manage his emotions, finding peace and happiness.
article / May 10, 2023
Peace Builders Movement
The Peace Builders Movement has been advocating to end violence against children in Colombia for over six years, mobilising communities and leaders to come together to champion the rights of children. As agents of change, they have organized public events, performances, and flashmobs to promote peace building and ending violence against children.
publication / May 16, 2023
World Vision Myanmar - Impact Report 2022
World Vision has been present in Myanmar for three decades working for the most vulnerable children and families, partnering with government departments, local partners, communities, and different stakeholders.
article / April 5, 2023
Peace Project Making Impact through Impact Clubs
"Growing up in a settlement, I understood the struggles youths faced daily, and the least I could do was lead and be a good example in the community, so I always tried my best to be a good role model, I cleaned around the community and took part in community activities as part of giving back to my community'', said Samson.
publication / May 12, 2023
Myanmar Country Factsheet 2023
For three decades, World Vision Myanmar has empowered families to regain their livelihoods, enhance food security, access healthcare and protective systems, and invest in education to ensure the well-being of children.
article / May 27, 2023
World Vision in South Sudan responds to the influx of refugees and returnees from Sudan
The unrelenting crisis in Sudan has uprooted thousands of children and their families from their homes into forced migration within and out of the country, generating a severe humanitarian crisis across the region.
publication / April 18, 2023
2022 Annual Report - Ghana
It is not surprising that 2022 was very eventful, exacting, exciting and full of testimonies of God's Goodness and Mercy. World Vision Ghana had the singular honour, as the first National Office in the West Africa Region, to host the Triennial Council Conference bringing together all chairs of the Board of Directors, Advisory Council Chairs, Senior WVI Executives, National Directors and senior staff of World Vision entities in the world.
article / March 7, 2023
Peace Project gives out-of-school youths a second chance
Life for young youths Joshua and Stanley, both 24 -years old has not always been easy after they both dropped out of school in 2020, later that year they found themselves on the streets of Lae, joining gangs and getting involved in illegal activities to make ends meet.
article / May 9, 2023
Jason, a 19-year-old Changemaker, works on the issue of armed conflict and its effects on children in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. As an ambassador for youth and children, he champions peace in the face of harassment and violence, even spending a few nights in prison after participating in a peace sit-in two years ago. Today, he continues to advocate for child protection at the National Council for Children.