As these seven of the worst disasters of 2018 show us, children and families around the world experienced tremendous pain and suffering this past year. But there remains a glimmer of light in each of them. Hope has not been snuffed out.
Major 2018 Indonesia earthquakes on Lombok island and Central Sulawesi and a tsunami have killed more than 2,000 people and left survivors struggling to recover.
Find out what draws major donors to World Vision and why they feel led to make significant investments in ending extreme poverty worldwide.
Typhoon Haiyan, one of the most powerful typhoons of all time, hit the Philippines on November 8, 2013, as a category 5 storm. It laid waste to the country’s central region, killing more than 6,000 people and leaving more than 4 million people homeless and hungry.
Here are some facts to know about Hurricane Michael, its devastating impact on the Florida Panhandle and eastern coastline, and how to help the recovery.
A catastrophic eruption of Guatemala’s Fuego volcano on June 3 affected more than 1.7 million people. World Vision is helping children and families in affected areas.
Hurricane Sandy, also known as Superstorm Sandy, was the deadliest hurricane of 2012 and one of the most destructive to hit the United States.
Hurricane Florence made landfall over North Carolina on Sept. 14 as a Category 1 hurricane with 90 mph winds and terrifying storm surge. It’s now bringing widespread and massive flooding.
The deadly EF5 Moore, Oklahoma, tornado with winds of 200 mph cut a 14-mile long gash of destruction through southern Oklahoma City and Moore, Oklahoma in May 2013. Along with subsequent tornadoes, it left 38 dead and caused $2 billion in damage.
Hurricane Harvey kicked off the historically destructive 2017 storm season and became the second-most costly hurricane to hit the U.S. mainland since 1900.