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 honor of World Water Day, learn how improved water, sanitation and hygiene can address hunger and malnutrition in communities!
On International Women’s Day, we urge you to show your support for protecting women and girls from violence by asking your Member to cosponsor the Safe From The Start Act.
In India, World Vision is equipping girls to fight injustice in their communities: empowering each other to break barriers and live full lives!
Here’s a preview of our issues to advocate for in 2022. Learn more, then come back throughout the year to stand up and speak out!
Violence has a negative impact on all aspects of people’s lives— physical, emotional, economic, social, and political—and is a key driver for forced migration from Guatemala, El Salvador, and Honduras. Children, youth, and women suffer the most from the impact of violence. Despite pandemic lockdowns and social distance restrictions—and a slight decrease in homicides—news about homicides, disappearances, and recently, the increase of violence against women and children, make the headlines of country newspapers every day. This diminishes the fragile hope for a better future of the Central American people.
Thrive’s passage’s will usher in new cooperation among USAID and other agencies in implementing early childhood development interventions!
World Vision Advocacy’s Government Relations Director shares how the 2020 election results will impact World Vision’s work around the world.
World Vision is a Christian relief, development, and advocacy organization operating in nearly 100 countries. We advocate for religious freedom in the United States and around the world.
The pandemic has shown us why we need to strengthen efforts to end violence against children. We’ve made some progress in Congress; here’s our next step.