I’ve seen a lot in my 37 years with World Vision. But being a part of World Vision’s advocacy work is one of the most rewarding things I’ve ever done.
By partnering with other countries, the U.S. can help stop diseases from spreading globally and protect globla gains against poverty and malnutrition.
This USAID and World Vision project helped Peruvians care for Venezuelans’ immediate needs, but also led to lifelong friendships and cultural understanding.
Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance and World Vision are committed to reaching vulnerable children with life-saving vaccines.
Congress wants to make sure foreign aid dollars are spent wisely, so we took D.C. staffers to Malawi to see what U.S. aid can really buy for moms and kids!
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.
Approximately 4 million refugee children between the ages of 5 and 17 aren’t enrolled in school. This has enormous impact on children’s growth, development, mental health, and lifelong cognitive function.
U.S. foreign aid is powerful in fighting poverty. Here are 3 stories about how World Vision and U.S. aid partnered to create changes in Kenya, Bangladesh, and Honduras.