It would be a 1,400 mile walk, taking an estimated 452 hours.
These are the top humanitarian crises and disasters we are watching and responding to in 2015.
Six-year-old Oyunsuvd smiles while holding one of her family’s sheep. But what’s the story behind that smile?
Asha and her five daughters can’t even put food on the table, let alone seek medical care or education. Asha’s husband doesn’t do much to help the family after...
Kolab* is a human trafficking survivor in Cambodia, now on the road to a full life; but millions of other children like Kolab are still vulnerable to trafficking...
Underweight and suffering from worms, 2-year-old Hnin needed more than a home remedy.
In Bangladesh, Sonali and her sister live at the Hat Khola brothel with their mother. During the day, Sonali attends a World Vision Child-friendly Space where she...
Bithi is one of the thousands of Bangladeshi children piecing together designer jeans that she’ll never be able to afford.
Earthquakes have caused more than 8,600 deaths and widespread devastation in Nepal. We're there, providing emergency aid and care for children and families.
Watch some of our videos from Nepal to understand the enormity of the need after the disaster and learn more about how we are helping children and communities.
The category 5 storm pounded the islands of Vanuatu with heavy rain and winds last weekend. We are...
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