Fear. Horror. Horror.
World Vision Staff Mar 30, 2016 4:26:45 PM

This is how 14-year-old Sara* described the emotions she experienced while living through bombings, fire fights, and other atrocities of war in her homeland Syria.

Sara’s story isn’t one in a million. It’s one of...

Once vulnerable, now strong
World Vision Staff Mar 30, 2016 3:23:52 PM

When Christine was 11, her father had plans for her to marry. But Christine said she imagined a different future and dreamed of pursuing an education.

Her family of 10 lived near a World Vision program in West...

Orphaned infant a "gift from God"
World Vision Staff Mar 30, 2016 3:13:23 PM

Little Isaac came into this world with the odds stacked against him. His mother died the day after he was born. He was so small people were afraid to touch him, let alone take him in as one of their own. Most of...

Families move from surviving to thriving in Tanzania
World Vision Staff Mar 30, 2016 2:45:58 PM

Amani Leking’orie was an innovator—and full of hope— even before he teamed up with World Vision. Now he said he feels the sky’s the limit with this strong partnership that blends his hard work with expert...

Clean water opens the door to a fuller life in Zambia
World Vision Staff Mar 21, 2016 10:21:25 AM

When World Vision installed a new borehole, villagers in Haalumba, Zambia, developed a new respect for girls and women— and a renewed perspective on God’s provision.

Timmy Hantemba can be seen at the new pump...

Christian Discipleship is building confidence in children in Ethiopia
Mesrach Ayele, World Vision Ethiopia Feb 25, 2016 1:37:04 PM

The Gurage area is located 195 kilometers southwest of Addis Ababa, the Ethiopian capital. People in this area are known for being hard workers and successful entrepreneurs. Along with that commendable trait,...