World Vision Advocates recently met in Washington state for Advocacy Camp: two days of training, workshops, and teambuilding. They also did some soul searching to discover their own reasons for advocating for children and how their experience led them to World Vision. Check out their stories!
In India, men face tremendous societal pressure telling them how they and their families should behave. But the men in these stories are learning to value and include their wives and daughters, leading to dramatic changes for them and their entire families!
In India, four young girls who escaped child sex trafficking found a safe place in World Vision survivor groups. Now, they’re advocating for girls still waiting for justice—even if it meant putting themselves at risk again.
To encourage children to express their feelings, World Vision’s Bright Futures project, funded by the U.S. Department of Labor, invited children to share their thoughts on child labor and children’s rights through art!
In light of World Mental Health Day – in addition to the reality of a COVID-19 affected world – now is a critical moment to provide vulnerable children and their caregivers with the mental health and psychosocial support and care that they need. Help us pass the Mental Health in International Development and Humanitarian Settings (or MINDS Act) today.