25 million people are in danger of starvation in East Africa. Listen to the voices of Ngikwasinyen, a community now called “dry sand.” Hear their cries.
The Kayombo family was just barely getting by as cassava farmers, but a successful livelihoods project changed everything. Read their story.
KidREACH — a World Vision afterschool, tutoring, and mentoring program — teaches kids about healthy eating and how to cultivate fruits and vegetables. Learn how the kids at Mount Vernon Elementary School in Brownton, West Virginia, are reading, writing, and gardening.
At the fifth anniversary of South Sudan’s independence, conflict continues and the nation is experiencing the highest rate of hunger of its short history.
In South Sudan this year, nearly a quarter-million children under age 5 will suffer from severe acute malnutrition. World Vision is there helping.
Chania, 6, is the girl you see on the cover of the 2015 World Vision Christmas Gift Catalog. Her family doesn’t have an easy life, but they have big dreams.
Thirty years ago, when famine in Ethiopia shocked the world, U2 lead singer Bono spent a month working with World Vision staff.