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!
This USAID and World Vision project helped Peruvians care for Venezuelans’ immediate needs, but also led to lifelong friendships and cultural understanding.
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!
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.
World Vision advocates are making huge impact through simple actions that support foreign aid and fight poverty. Check out your impact in January!
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.
Does advocacy work? Looking back at 2019, we can see how much God used our advocacy to create change for kids around the world!
Does U.S. foreign aid work? Poverty-fighting programs are challenging, and plans sometimes go awry. See why foreign aid is still worth the effort.
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!