At World Vision, we’re committed to prioritizing women and girls in all our work because everyone benefits when women and girls can reach their full...Read More
World Refugee Day: Compounding global crises
On World Refugee Day, June 20, World Vision joins with the U.N., the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees...Read More
Earth Day, first commemorated in 1970 in the U.S., is a chance to recommit to caring for the beautiful resources God has gifted our planet with — and to...Read More
World Vision has been a leader in gender equality work for decades. It’s integrated into everything we do, because we know that when women and girls gain equal...Read More
Appeals to remember the world’s hungry aren’t new here — for every success story of a child recovering from malnutrition, there’s yet another desperate mother...Read More
By now, the stats are achingly familiar: For the first time in 20 years, the number of people living in extreme poverty is increasing. In the World Bank’s...
A THRIVE farmer puts ecosystem restoration into action
“I always say when you want, you can,” Genrri Herrera Ramirez says. This determined streak has put him...
This Earth Day, we’re highlighting the importance of good environmental stewardship and the difference it makes for people living in poverty. For many of us in...Read More
As we rejoice in Jesus’ resurrection this Easter, our hope is for even more children and families to know God through His Word. Though the hardships...Read More