World Vision is celebrating a recent film festival appearance, where it took home GRAND Prize honors for “Best Short Documentary” at the Flicker’s Rhode Island International Film Fest. This is the first win for Messania’s Story and comes during unprecedented times with a message that can inspire all. The judges called the film “timely, brilliant and unforgettable. A Chronicle of discovery and personal growth in a hostile world.”
Background On May 12 2020 multiple Attacks on Sad Bistar Hospital in Kabul killed several innocent civilians including mothers and newborn babies. No group has yet claimed this attack. (May 14, 2020) Statement by Lilian Mumbi kamanjo, World Vision Afghanistan Interim National Director “Our hearts...
All over the world, people are forced to flee their homes because of conflict, extreme poverty, drought or other crises. But while they search for safer places to raise their families, instead their children can be exposed to some of the worst types of violence.
As a child-focused Christian organization, World Vision believes that God intended that children be cared for and protected in a family environment, and urges the U.S. Government to find family centered and child-focused solutions to immigration detention.
The Ending Violence Against Children Taskforce commends Rep. Jim McGovern (D-MA) and Rep. Ted Poe (R-TX) for today introducing H. Res. 910, which calls for increasing and improving the United States Government’s efforts to end violence against children. Written with input by the Taskforce, the resolution condemns all forms of violence against children and youth globally – including physical, mental, and sexual violence, neglect, abuse, maltreatment and exploitation.
As Syria’s complex and dire conflict rages into year eight, at what point will daily stress factors become too much for children, and have an irreversible impact on their long-term emotional and physical well-being?
World Vision spoke to more than 1,200 Syrian children, in Syria, Lebanon and Jordan, to find out. The results are revealed in a new report released today.
Washington, DC – As Secretary of State Rex Tillerson prepares to testify on the administration’s budget, a leading group of humanitarian, development and global health organizations are releasing new data that shows just how devastating these proposed cuts to the United States’ foreign aid budget would be to millions of people in the poorest countries.
Leading American humanitarian, development and health organizations working around the globe have analyzed the Administration’s proposed International Affairs budget for Fiscal Year 2018 (FY 2018) and have estimated that the impact of the proposed cuts would be devastating for the poorest and most vulnerable women, children, and families around the world, as well as for American interests.
Highlights New report shows only a small fraction of official development assistance goes toward ending violence against children Official development assistance investment in violence against children compared to other sectors. NEW YORK (May 24, 2017) — For the first time, a review of official development assistance…