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World Vision's Campaign for Every Child

The For Every Child campaign is the most far-reaching endeavor in World Vision’s history. Our goals are ambitious and the impact we hope to make would transform the lives of a generation of children.

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Families live in makeshift tents in the Bekaa Valley of Lebanon, after fleeing their homes due to the Syria conflict. PHOTO: World Vision/Jon Warren
Sep 16, 2016

UN leaders can no longer sit on the fence; children’s lives are at stake

Nearly 50 million children are depending on leaders at UN summit to commit to concrete actions to address the issues causing children to flee their homes

Ashton and Brianne Thiesen-Eaton
Aug 17, 2016

World Vision announces new Celebrity Ambassadors

The new Celebrity Ambassadors join Patricia Heaton, who recently agreed to serve as the founding member of World Vision’s Celebrity Ambassador Network.

Jul 6, 2016

U.S. Congress Passes the Global Food Security Act

Last year, through a coordinated U.S. food security strategy, 19 million households were reached through food security assistance programs.

Syrian refugee family gathers outside of their makeshift tent, located in the Bekaa Valley of Lebanon. PHOTO: World Vision/Brenda Yu
Jun 16, 2016

Southern Baptist Convention Resolution Supports Refugees

Faith leaders call for others to join in support of refugees 

Jun 9, 2016

Three ways you can fight malnutrition in your sphere

The first 1,000 days of a child’s life are the most critical for development. Even if you don’t have kids yourself, you can help parents ensure their children get the care they need.

Jun 9, 2016

Unexpected source for malnutrition: El Niño

El Niño weather patterns are trickling down to the world's most vulnerable people: children living in poverty. 

Atong was malnourished.
May 11, 2016

Medicine and nutrition training saves lives in South Sudan

In South Sudan this year, nearly a quarter-million children under age 5 will suffer from severe acute malnutrition. World Vision is there working to help children and families. 

children in El Salvador march with a painted banner to raise awareness about Zika
Apr 27, 2016

Zika Virus: What you need to know

The Zika virus can cause the birth defect microcephaly and debilitating Guillain-Barre syndrome, the World Health Organization said March 31 after researchers studying the recent outbreak reached a consensus. Governments, aid organizations, health workers, and families throughout the Americas have been trying to contain the outbreak since sudden, rapid spread began in Brazil in 2015.

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Fact Sheets and Extras

For Every Child: WATER, SANITATION and HYGIENE (PDF)

To change the lives of 6 million children and their families by 2016 by providing clean water, sanitation and hygiene. World Vision is leading the largest rural water project underway in Africa today.

For Every Child: ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT (PDF)

World Vision seeks to help over 1 million children experience greater well-being as their families earn more income and increase their assets. Our goal is to create over 300,000 jobs through the provision of basic financial and business services like savings, micro-loans, and enhanced market knowledge.

For Every Child: HEALTH (PDF)

To save the lives of over nine million children and families by providing timely, basic, cost-effective interventions like treated bed nets, vaccinations, and childbirth supplies will dramatically reduce maternal and infant/young child deaths.

For Every Child: CHURCH PARTNERSHIPS (PDF)

World Vision seeks to provide spiritual nurture for millions of people, including children, helping them know the transformative love of Christ.

For Every Child: CHILD PROTECTION (PDF)

World Vision seeks to protect the world’s most vulnerable children from trafficking and abuse. This campaign will prevent, protect, and restore children through programs that reach over 1.2 million people around the world.

THE KILLER GAP (Infographic)

Thousands of children die every day after falling through the cracks created by the great health gap.

Evaluating the effectiveness of Child-Friendly Spaces: Goma field study report (LINK)

Child Friendly Spaces (CFS) is an intervention frequently used by humanitarian agencies for supporting and protecting children in emergencies. Leading agencies are collaboratively developing standards and guidelines for CFS while strengthening the evidence base through a joint agenda for learning and research.