Contributing a Voice to Reach the Most in Need

Contributing a Voice to Reach the Most in Need

September 25, 2015By Guest AuthorGlobal Goals No Comments

Frank Williams, World Vision International New York City director and United Nations representative, shares why World Vision is participating in the United Nations General Assembly, which begins this week, and the importance of having a voice there. Viewed from U.N. headquarters in New York, where a new Global Development Agenda is being adopted this week … Read More

Alert: New Legislation to Save Moms and Babies!

Alert: New Legislation to Save Moms and Babies!

July 30, 2015By Christina BradicCall to Action, Healthy Moms and Kids No Comments

Yesterday Senator Collins and Coons introduced the Reach Every Mother and Child Act. You can take action, and ask your members of Congress to cosponsor this new legislation. Senator Collins addressed the Senate about the importance of this bill: “Everyday approximately 800 women will die from preventable causes related to pregnancy and childbirth. In addition, … Read More

When Will We Stop Just Watching?

When Will We Stop Just Watching?

June 24, 2015By Jessica BousquetteProtecting Children No Comments

Update: Wednesday, June 24, late afternoon Congress appointed Molly Phee U.S. Ambassador to South Sudan. Thank you for all your phone calls! In a just-released report, South Sudan topped the list of the world’s most fragile states for the second year in a row. World Vision’s policy adviser for child protection Jessica Bousquette, shares why … Read More

Celebrating Fathers – Practicing Faith for Healthier Families

June 18, 2015By Guest AuthorHealthy Moms and Kids 2 Comments

In honor of Father’s Day, we are celebrating the role fathers play in improving families. Recently, World Vision Ethiopia released the report Practicing Faith: “Four stories from Ethiopia.” This report focuses on the role faith leaders can play in improving maternal and child health in communities. Below, Aberra Golo, a father and evangelical minister at a local church, shares … Read More