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Sevil Omer

Special Features

Uprooted: A gallery of global displacement

Join us in observing World Refugee Day on June 20 with a journey through photos honoring children and families affected by forced displacement worldwide. This virtual exhibition, featuring powerful still images by World Vision photographers and partners, offers a poignant glimpse into the struggles of displaced people while showcasing some of the ways World Vision has come alongside them to show God’s love in their time of need.

From the Field

Africa hunger crisis: Facts, FAQs, how to help

Discover the severity of Africa’s hunger crisis, exacerbated by global conflicts and extreme weather challenges. Learn how millions are at risk of hunger due to the compounded effects of the war in Ukraine, regional conflicts, extreme weather, and the lingering impacts of COVID-19.

From the Field

Lesser-known crises and World Vision’s impact

When it comes to disaster response, World Vision stands at the forefront, responding swiftly to crises, both major and lesser-known, that impact vulnerable communities globally. From aiding displaced children in the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict to supporting millions affected by Amazon droughts and helping families in Sri Lanka’s internal upheaval, our commitment extends beyond the headline-making disasters. With a presence in nearly 100 countries, we respond with life-saving essentials to all types of disasters and equip vulnerable children, families, and communities with long-term solutions.

From the Field

From disaster response to partnership for lasting change

As global disasters and humanitarian crises persist, World Vision’s support for vulnerable communities extends far beyond immediate disaster response. Discover how our interventions and programs have opened the doors to long-term partnership with communities and helped empower children and families worldwide.

Change Makers

7 ways to empower women and girls

Women’s empowerment helps creates a world where women and girls have equal rights to engage in society, education, politics, and the economy. Discover seven impactful ways to foster women’s equality and empowerment, both locally and around the world.

From the Field

Ukraine crisis: Facts, FAQs, and how to help

As the war in Ukraine continues to cause devastation and displacement, over 6.3 million refugees, mostly women and children, have sought safety in Europe and beyond. Children continue to face disruptions in education and the absence of safe and stable environments. Learn more about the conflict and what World Vision is doing to help people affected by the Ukraine crisis.