AUG. 2, 2017, INDIA — Urbanization has changed the face of poverty and how World Vision works. We went to India to talk to seven families about their experiences.
This podcast we talk with Michael Wear, founder of Public Square Strategies and former White House staffer who worked on faith-based initiatives during President Barack Obama’s first term. Wear led evangelical outreach and helped to manage The White House’s engagement on religious and values issues, including adoption and anti-human trafficking efforts.
World Vision photographer Laura Reinhardt saw heartbreaking need during a recent trip to Bangladesh, but she also captured the hope of children there.
In 2015, World Vision staffer Matt Stephens was in Nepal during the devastating earthquake. Two years later, he returns to witness how the disaster is impacting children and leading to a rise in hazardous child labor.
With a joyous celebration, teens in rural West Pokot, Kenya, are leaving painful, dangerous female genital mutilation (FGM) and child marriage behind.
Research on the best and worst places in the world to be a girl. Read on for infographics with gender inequality stats from around the world.