World Vision U.S. President and CEO Edgar Sandoval Sr. traveled to Turkana, Kenya, to see how the organization is helping people affected by the global hunger crisis. While he saw suffering, he also saw hope and resilience.
World Vision U.S. President and CEO Edgar Sandoval Sr. sees God’s presence in the midst of suffering during his recent trip to the Ukraine border and reflects on past trips where he’s met refugees around the world.
David Beasley, executive director of the World Food Programme, shares his thoughts on fighting hunger during the pandemic, the WFP being awarded the Nobel Peace Prize, and his motivation to serve.
World Vision U.S. President and CEO Edgar Sandoval Sr. encourages us that as we gather together and celebrate with loved ones this Christmas season, let’s tell our stories not for our sake but for God’s glory.
In arid Durame, Ethiopia, organizations had drilled six times for clean water, without success. When World Vision arrived to attempt, the people might have said not to bother, since everyone else had failed. Instead they said, “We must pray and fast, and the Lord will bring us water.” Prayer made all the difference.
While 2020 was a challenging year between the COVID-19 pandemic, racial injustices, and more, World Vision U.S. President Edgar Sandoval Sr. sees hope as the new year approaches.
World Vision U.S. President Edgar Sandoval Sr. reflects on God’s grace and the generosity of donors who have provided the strength and resolve to respond immediately to one of the world’s most challenging diseases, COVID-19.
World Vision U.S. President Edgar Sandoval Sr. reflects on how when World Vision brings clean water to a community, it lifts the burden of children like Ireen who must carry water — restoring their potential and dignity.
World Vision U.S. President Edgar Sandoval Sr. reflects on Chosen, a simple but profound twist on our tried-and-true child sponsorship model — how it recognizes the dignity of children living in extreme poverty and emphasizes their God-given potential to change their lives and their communities.
World Vision U.S. President Edgar Sandoval Sr. learned something true of all people: Nobody wants to leave home and the people they love. It’s tough to start over in an unfamiliar and often unwelcoming place, where you’re not treated the same as others and you have to work twice as hard for everything. But his situation was a far cry from the way some people leave their homes today.