Mobile apps, computers, and solar energy are commonplace, but World Vision is using this same technology to transform remote communities around the world.
Around the world, parents encourage their children to read by creating a reading corner, a comfortable spot with good light and lots of books. Learn how.
As millions of students head back to school, World Vision and its partners equip thousands of them with the supplies they need to succeed.
Giduma taught his siblings to read. How? Reading Buddies, a World Vision program that trains children how to read with and teach other kids how to read.
Parenting resources from World Vision and Focus on the Family about how you can spiritually equip your children for what they’ll face at school.
Can you guess where in the world each of these 16 photos were taken? Hint: They’re all from places where World Vision works around the globe alongside local staff and partners. Find an answer key at the bottom with links to our country profiles…
When the World Health Organization declared the 2014 West Africa Ebola outbreak an “international health concern,” Sierra Leone closed schools, disrupting the education of about 1.7 million children. It would take nine months for schools to reopen.
In Malawi, World Vision supports a community through the Literacy Boost program, which provides training and books that cultivate a love of reading.