AUG. 2, 2017, INDIA — Urbanization has changed the face of poverty and how World Vision works. We went to India to talk to seven families about their experiences.
With the global trend of urbanization and nearly half of all children on Earth living in urban communities, World Vision is increasing its focus on work in urban communities around the world. Learn more about World Vision’s urban work and how to pray for it.
A former sponsored child in India now helps other children reach for their potential.
In honor of World Book Day on April 23, here are our recommendations for books to help you become a better global citizen.
Contraptions called tip taps, which provide clean water for handwashing, are simple to build with easy-to-find materials. Try making one with your family!
Whether they live in a rural African village or American suburbs, kids are kids — and kids everywhere love games. Some of these games of jump rope, marbles, and tag might not appear at the Olympics, but the children playing them are champions to us.
Olympic medalists Ashton Eaton and Brianne Theisen-Eaton visited their sponsored child in Kenya and learned first-hand how World Vision sponsorship works.