Written by Stephanie Hammond, Policy Advisor for Conflicts and Disasters and Julie Stewart, Humanitarian Policy Intern As the battle to retake Mosul continues, urgent action is needed to allow children to resume their educations. Take action by sending an email to Congress now [action expired]. Information about the ongoing military campaign to retake the city of … Read More
Author: Stephanie Hammond
Why Are Half of Syrian Refugee Children Out of School?
On this World Refugee Day, we must protect education for all refugee children. Last week, Linda Hiebert, World Vision International’s partnership leader of education and life skills, testified before the Senate Foreign Relations Subcommittee about the barriers to girls’ education around the world. Linda focused on children affected by conflict and the difficulties that adolescent … Read More
Who Will Rebuild Syria? Invest in Syria’s children
More than four years in, and there’s still no peace in Syria. And 2014 was the worst year yet for Syrians, with children being the most negatively impacted. World Vision’s Syria Response Director Wynn Flaten was just in Washington, D.C. to highlight the impact of the conflict on Syria’s children. During one meeting with senior … Read More