The 10th anniversary of the Syrian civil war slipped by unnoticed for many, falling just four days after the one-year mark of the WHO’s declaration of...
Like children everywhere, Rohingya children in a Bangladesh refugee camp find joy playing together. Of the nearly 1 million refugees living in the...
|Salamatou Ilia, 65, stands next to one of 120 trees she cultivates. She plants millet, sorghum, and cowpeas between the trees. Her harvest is much bigger...|
|After 20 years, a circumciser in Kenya laid down her tools—a knife and a razor blade. World Vision helps girls, boys, and communities to stand against...|
Every year on July 30, World Vision observes World Day Against Trafficking in Persons by highlighting the importance of protecting vulnerable children ...Read More
Around the world, 65.6 million people — 1 of every 113 people on the planet — have been forcibly displaced, either in their own country or across...Read More
Nearly half of all child deaths under the age of five occur within the first month of their lives*, despite marked improvement over the past 30 years....Read More
The global water crisis and the lack of clean water oppresses people in extreme poverty, especially women and girls, who walk an average of 6 kilometers...Read More
International Day of Zero Tolerance for Female Genital Mutilation: Changing the trajectory of girls' lives in Kenya
More than 200 million women and girls around the world are living with the results of the dangerous practice of female genital mutilation (FGM/C), also...Read More