Decades of conflict, poverty, natural disasters, and COVID-19 have deepened the humanitarian crisis facing children and families in Afghanistan. Learn how World Vision is helping families caught up in the crisis.
A new invitation to child sponsorship. Be chosen as a sponsor today.
Rosemary Wausi, 9, isn’t used to choices. She lives with her grandma and barely has enough food. But she got to choose her sponsor, Regis.
Greisy Garcia, 3, lives in a remote area of Guatemala where poverty takes away most choices. But getting to choose her own sponsor? Her smile says it all.
You’ll be stepping into a life-changing connection that empowers the child and their community for a future filled with opportunity. That’s because your monthly sponsorship will bring essentials like clean water, nutrition, healthcare, education, and more.BE CHOSEN
Fahin is a 4-year-old giant ball of energy! He lives with his grandparents in Bangladesh, and he loves learning English so he can write to the sponsor he chose, Emily.
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On August 14, 2021, Haiti was rattled by a magnitude 7.2 earthquake that ravaged the island’s southern peninsula. The shockwaves spread panic across the island, brought death and desolation to thousands of families, overwhelmed hospitals, flattened buildings, and trapped people under rubble in at least two cities. Read firsthand accounts from a World Vision communications officer and survivors.