Because of his disability, Yadiel had to miss a lot of school and fell behind his classmates. World Vision is helping him make up for lost time.
Our volunteer advocates were busy in March. They asked members of Congress to prioritize children, and their voices were heard!
“Children are now healthier than before. Mothers are healthier, too.” Read how a program funded by U.S. foreign assistance is changing lives in Bangladesh.
Carol was a child sponsor for years before becoming an advocate. She says of her advocacy work: “It’s not about, ‘Are you being successful?’, it’s about, ‘Are you serving the Lord?'”
Foreign assistance shouldn’t be used to penalize migrants’ home countries. Our focus should stay on sustainable progress so families can safely remain home.
Progress is possible! Recently, our elected representatives from both sides of the aisle showed us why U.S. foreign assistance just makes sense.
Davis knew he wanted to work alongside those in extreme poverty, but he was skeptical about advocacy. Then he went to Tanzania…
“I have increased my self-esteem, my awareness, and now I can support other women that are living in the same conditions of violence…”
This small 1% of the U.S. budget saves lives and helps improve safety, health, and opportunities for children around the world.
With FY19 funding squared away, Congress will begin making decisions about 2020. Now’s the time to speak out for foreign assistance and its vital programs.