As the conflict in Syria rages on, we sat down to talk with our national communications director in Lebanon, where more than a million Syrian refugees now live.
President Joseph Kabila has been declared the winner of the Democratic Republic of Congo’s second-ever election.
Under the shadow of a looming food crisis, Nigerian mothers seek sustenance for their children.
Does speaking out really make a difference? See what Shayne Moore, mom, activist, and author, has to say about how your voice really does matter.
“With this food security project, now there is plenty of food; we do not need relief assistance anymore.”
December 3 is the International Day of Persons with Disabilities. In a story from World Vision Magazine, a groundbreaking innovation brings mobility to thousands.
Despite their hard work, Phin Hen and her husband could not afford to support their two sons. But when they received a microloan through World Vision, the 38-year-old...
World AIDS Day is December 1. Heightened global awareness of HIV and AIDS over the past 20 years has saved lives and helped prevent transmission of the virus, both...
Wilson, 8, set an ambitious goal to raise $2,000 in a year to purchase farm animals through World Vision’s Gift Catalog this Christmas season.
Poor harvests in Niger and Mauritania could lead to a serious food crisis.
Instead of trekking for dirty water and risking cattle-raid attacks, students and families in Loyapat, Kenya, now safely access clean water, and can even grow food and...
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