Anuradha was only 13 years old and was studying in class eight when she was married off as a child bride. And only a year into marriage, she gave birth to her first child.
Up to 10 million more girls over the next decade are at risk of child marriage as a result of the pandemic. For the first time in almost 30 years, adolescent girls are more, not less, at risk of child marriage.
World Vision volunteers typically gather for an advocacy summit event in D.C. every year. But for 2021, we had to rethink our plans.
Here’s a preview of our issues to advocate for in 2021. Learn more, then come back throughout the year to stand up and speak out!
By partnering with other countries, the U.S. can help stop diseases from spreading globally and protect globla gains against poverty and malnutrition.
World Vision is responding to COVID-19 in China (the novel coronavirus). Teachers at a children’s home are helping kids stay safe and calm in scary times.
Join us as we pray for Syria and the escalating conflict. Some people living in informal displacement camps in northwest Syria have died of the cold.
Budget cuts to foreign aid don’t make sense. Congress knows that too, which is why U.S. assistance programs have bipartisan support despite proposed cuts.
The Global Child Thrive Act helps kids get a better start in life by focusing on early childhood development and evidence-based strategies.
Helping girls stay in school results in stronger families and safer nations. But girls face unique barriers to education. Here’s how this bill would help.