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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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A young mother named Kham, in Pong village, Laos, brought her six children to be vaccinated against measles, rubella, and polio. PHOTO: Nila Douanesouvanh / World Vision
Jan 26, 2015

Children’s lives at risk because of potential immunization funding shortfall

Leading international aid agencies warn that the world’s largest partnership for child immunization faces up to a $US 500 million funding shortfall for the next phase of its life-saving work.

Elizabeth is a 38-year-old woman and a female burial worker living in the Bo District in southern Sierra Leone. PHOTO: Sarah Wilson / World Vision
Jan 16, 2015

World Vision to help bring community education, understanding in major Ebola vaccine initiative

World Vision is a part of a major initiative to bring an Ebola vaccine to help stem the devastating West Africa outbreak of the disease.

The price of empty shelves: children’s lives
Jan 14, 2015

The price of empty shelves: children’s lives

Richard Ewalu works at a health center in Uganda that is understaffed and often doesn’t have the basic medicines and supplies needed to treat suffering children and families. World Vision helps meet those needs.

Jan 14, 2015

Child protection unit finds trafficked girl

When Sita* went missing from her home in India, her mother turned to World Vision for help.

New Sesame Street Muppet helps children learn life-saving hygiene practices
Jan 7, 2015

New Sesame Street Muppet helps children learn life-saving hygiene habits

Sesame Workshop and World Vision are coming together to help protect children around the globe from illness caused by dirty water and poor sanitation.

Khardiata, 11, drinks from a well installed by World Vision in her village of Sam Peul. Before the well was drilled, diseases caused by drinking impure well water and skin irritations from insufficient bathing plagued the villagers. PHOTO: World Vision / Karen Homer
Dec 19, 2014

Water for the World Act assures commitment to solve the global water crisis

World Vision applauds the passage of the Water for the World Act, which will help 748 million people get closer to clean water. After unanimous passage in both Houses of Congress, Friday, the President signed H.R. 2901 into law.

A girls' school in Pakistan. PHOTO: World Vision / Asif Raza
Dec 16, 2014

Schools should be havens for children, who deserve peace and protection

World Vision joins with millions around the world in mourning the loss of so many children in Pakistan today, whose potential and bright futures are now lost to their community, country and the world.

Raya (right), one of the newest members of the Sesame family, along with her friend Elmo (left), will teach children and families about positive health behaviors related to water, sanitation and hygiene.
Dec 16, 2014

Sesame Workshop and World Vision partner to tackle critical global health priority

Elmo and new Sesame Muppet Raya will teach children about clean water, sanitation and hygiene across World Vision global programs.


Fact Sheets and Extras


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.


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.


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


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.