As war continues, child marriage in Syria is increasing. Some estimates show rates in 2017 were four times higher than they were before the crisis.
Women and girls face greater risk of violence during emergencies as harmful social norms intensify and women are further marginalized.
In April, the Ending Violence Against Children Taskforce released policy recommendations for governments to keep children safe during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Nate Lance is a World Vision policy advisor — and dad to a toddler! Here’s what she’s taught him about the importance of childhood development interventions.
Kids in vulnerable communities face unique challenges in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Without strong coping mechanisms, secondary effects of the virus may create permanent disruption to kids’ lives.
U.S. immigration policy is inadequate to protect the children at our southern border. We need to address the root causes of migration and prioritize safety.
The Global Child Thrive Act helps kids get a better start in life by focusing on early childhood development and evidence-based strategies.
U.S. foreign aid helps children all over the world. In Kenya, a disability made Dennis’ world small, but World Vision and USAID opened up new possibilities!
The U.S. government implemented safe third country agreements with Honduras, El Salvador, and Guatemala to stem migration, but our strategy must prioritize safety.
These three girls in Afghanistan are choosing to stay in school instead of getting married, but that choice isn’t an easy one.