World Vision photographer Laura Reinhardt saw heartbreaking need during a recent trip to Bangladesh, but she also captured the hope of children there.
How much time do you spend playing with your kids each day? For many parents around the world, spending daily time with their kids isn’t automatic. In Armenia, see how we’re training parents to be more engaged in their children’s lives … and how the children are responding.
Many young women in rural Africa face difficult futures, but not Modester. At 18, she is one of the top students in all of Zambia! She’s headed for university and whatever big dream she may have in mind. See what made the difference.
Chickens and goats from World Vision’s Gift Catalog and child sponsorship set a family in Zambia on a path to prosperity.
“A chicken, so what! Can they do anything?” Catherine continues to be surprised at how many ‘anythings’ four World Vision Gift Catalog chickens can produce.
World Vision started the program Pass On as a way to keep the gift of animals reaching people who face the greatest need. When a family receives Gift Catalog animals from World Vision, they agree that at some future date — usually in about a year’s time — they will donate the same number of animals to another family in need.