The start of the new year brought freezing temperatures and the first snowfall of winter to Syrian refugees living in Lebanon's Bekaa Valley.
These are among the top crises and disasters we responded to in 2015.
Natural disasters affected millions of people worldwide in 2015. Here are six of the worst ones and how we responded.
Updated: Read our overview of the conflict in Syria, the refugee situation in neighboring countries, and our response to the crisis.
Hear what others say about why they’re giving back this Christmas season. Whatever your reason, Thank you!
World Vision President Richard Stearns reflects on the plight of refugees, in light of the recent attacks in Paris. Read a short excerpt here, or ...
Our hearts break for children and families affected by indiscriminate violence across the world each and every day. Pain is real, but so is hope and so is love. Join...
Refugees experience new hardships as a cold, rainy autumn sets in.
We're working to provide clean water, hygiene kits, baby supplies, and Child-Friendly Spaces for affected children and families.
Sesame Workshop and World Vision are coming together to help protect children from serious sickness caused by dirty water and poor sanitation.