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World Vision's Campaign for Every Child

The For Every Child campaign is the most far-reaching endeavor in World Vision’s history. Our goals are ambitious and the impact we hope to make would transform the lives of a generation of children.

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In Kenya, Mary Nyasebuka holds her daughter outside a hall where a birth registration exercise was organized by World Vision. Mary was previously unable to register any of her six children, which meant they were not allowed to take the national primary school exam. PHOTO: May Ondeng / World Vision
Jun 15, 2015

World Vision applauds new law to ensure all children count

The Girls Count Act prioritizes birth registration of all children as part of U.S. foreign policy and assistance.

The violence in South Sudan's Unity State has left thousands dead, hundreds of thousands displaced, of these are thousands of children afflicted by the violence. At the Kenya’s Kakuma refugee camp, an estimated 5,000 children had arrived by mid-January. PHOTO: World Vision / Lucy Murunga
May 11, 2015

More than 10,000 children face malnutrition as aid agencies forced to withdraw staff in South Sudan

World Vision has been forced to stop its life-saving interventions, including nutrition programs for children and distribution of blankets, sleeping mats, hygiene products, shelter materials, and mosquito nets, because of ongoing violence in South Sudan's Unity State.

School children in Sierra Leone return to school Tuesday. This photo, taken last year, captures a group of friends in the classroom. PHOTO: Jonathan Bundu / World Vision
Apr 14, 2015

As nearly 2 million children return to school in Ebola-stricken Sierra Leone, psychosocial support will be crucial, says World Vision

School children in Ebola-plagued Sierra Leone return to school Tuesday after a nine-month hiatus, but some may be burdened by more than books and backpacks as they head to class.

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Apr 8, 2015

Babson’s Lewis Institute to award social entrepreneurs from Partners in Health and Channels of Hope

The Lewis Institute at Babson College will include World Vision’s Channels of Hope team among its winners of the 2015 Social Innovator Awards.

People living on Bonthe Island in Sierra Leone have been cut off from the mainland since May in an effort to prevent transmission of the deadly Ebola virus. These travel restrictions have been successful in protecting people there from the disease, but they have also cut families off from vital markets. Their health has suffered as a result and some children are even showing signs of acute malnutrition. PHOTO: World Vision / Sarah Wilson
Mar 27, 2015

World Vision urges renewed focus on safe, dignified burials as lockdown ordered across Ebola-stricken Sierra Leone

On the eve of a three-day lock-down that will quarantine some 6 million people across Sierra Leone, World Vision is urging a renewed focus on safe and dignified burials to help eradicate the virus.

Boy in Burundi receives clean water. PHOTO: World Vision
Mar 25, 2015

Water Now: The largest clean water social media campaign in history tops social media voice of one billion people in support of UN World Water Day

Water Now today announced the overall social media voice exceeded more than one billion people when the clean water campaign ended on March 22, 2015.

The UN World Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction - 2015 in Sendai, Japan
Mar 20, 2015

Cyclone Pam lends urgency to call for leaders in Sendai to tackle impact of disasters on children

World Vision will take its case, bolstered by the destructive force of Cyclone Pam in Vanuatu, for prioritizing the needs of children in humanitarian disasters to the UN World Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction - 2015 in Sendai, Japan.

A community in Africa gathers around a new water point.
Mar 19, 2015

Water Now surpasses social media voice of 800 million people in support of United Nations World Water Day

Britney Spears, Alicia Keys, Juanes and Romeo Santos are the latest international celebrities to join the social media call to support World Vision's efforts to bring clean water to children in Africa.

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Fact Sheets and Extras

For Every Child: WATER, SANITATION and HYGIENE (PDF)

To change the lives of 6 million children and their families by 2016 by providing clean water, sanitation and hygiene. World Vision is leading the largest rural water project underway in Africa today.

For Every Child: ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT (PDF)

World Vision seeks to help over 1 million children experience greater well-being as their families earn more income and increase their assets. Our goal is to create over 300,000 jobs through the provision of basic financial and business services like savings, micro-loans, and enhanced market knowledge.

For Every Child: HEALTH (PDF)

To save the lives of over nine million children and families by providing timely, basic, cost-effective interventions like treated bed nets, vaccinations, and childbirth supplies will dramatically reduce maternal and infant/young child deaths.

For Every Child: CHURCH PARTNERSHIPS (PDF)

World Vision seeks to provide spiritual nurture for millions of people, including children, helping them know the transformative love of Christ.

For Every Child: CHILD PROTECTION (PDF)

World Vision seeks to protect the world’s most vulnerable children from trafficking and abuse. This campaign will prevent, protect, and restore children through programs that reach over 1.2 million people around the world.

THE KILLER GAP (Infographic)

Thousands of children die every day after falling through the cracks created by the great health gap.

Evaluating the effectiveness of Child-Friendly Spaces: Goma field study report (LINK)

Child Friendly Spaces (CFS) is an intervention frequently used by humanitarian agencies for supporting and protecting children in emergencies. Leading agencies are collaboratively developing standards and guidelines for CFS while strengthening the evidence base through a joint agenda for learning and research.