A New Generation
Nadia Castro Aug 20, 2021 12:00:00 PM

It’s an early morning in the mountains of western Honduras and a cold breeze fills the air. Three brothers finish their breakfast of warm coffee, beans, and tortillas before heading out to the fields. Juan Cortez...

The Fruit of Cooperation
Paul Nkhata Aug 11, 2021 5:16:43 PM

Sainani Phinifolo remembers the frustration of trying to sell his farm produce. In many African countries, farmers do not reap the expected dividends from their farming because they are cheated by local vendors who...

Hasina Keeps Her Family Safe
George Sarkar Aug 11, 2021 5:16:40 PM

Hasina didn’t have a choice but to flee. Four years ago, Hasina, 21, a Rohingya Muslim, fled across the border into Bangladesh to escape persecution and violence. Rohingya Muslims represent the largest percentage of...

Saved From the Hand of Death
Mutinta Chiseko Mar 31, 2021 6:47:09 PM

Lucy Chalwe is a happily married woman who lives with her husband and their 2-year-old daughter Maria in the remote rural community of Chilufya. Like most areas in this region, her village is surrounded by a stream...

Keeping Hope Alive
George Sarkar Mar 31, 2021 6:18:57 PM

“My family risked everything to escape by sea, and on foot, the deadly crackdown by Myanmar’s army on Rohingya Muslims. We fled across the border into Bangladesh,” says 17-year-old Supaira. In August 2017, Supaira...

FGM Has No Place In The Modern World
Samuel Gamusa Mar 31, 2021 4:01:22 PM

Daicy sat pensively in the training room. No one could fail to notice how her feelings alternated between excitement, disappointment and sadness. It was clear that she was experiencing an emotional roller coaster as...

A Big Dream for protection and potential
Elisabeth Rickard Jan 15, 2021 2:41:53 PM

We all know the power words can have over us when we’re young. If our value is affirmed by our family or community, we feel empowered and confident to pursue dreams. But if we hear negative or belittling words about...

Empowered to Thrive
Maria Kaitesi Jan 5, 2021 11:04:59 AM

Jean de Dieu Simpuga had been employed in a bakery since 2019. The father of two had to travel two hours, every day, to the bakery. He worked long hours, leaving the bakery at 9pm. He was extremely exhausted and...

Jolly “Unlocks” Her Joy
Maria Kaitesi Jan 5, 2021 10:54:06 AM

Before 9-year-old Jolly started going to the reading camp, she could hardly read a word. Her grades were poor and this affected her results for her various subjects at school. Just like many children in her community...

World Vision completes a campaign to raise $30 million to bring water access to everyone, everywhere we work in Rwanda
World Vision Staff Jan 4, 2021 4:52:37 PM

Despite unprecedented obstacles, including a global pandemic, World Vision is celebrating the achievement of a major milestone towards the goal of providing basic clean water access to everyone, everywhere we work....