Catastrophic flooding from Cyclone Idai and Cyclone Kenneth affected close to 2.2 million people in Mozambique, Zimbabwe, and Malawi. Idai and Kenneth were two of the top five worst storms to ever hit Mozambique. Together, they’ve caused an unprecedented amount of damage. World Vision staff are providing shelter, food, and clean water to families in need.
Boniface Wambua first saw his son’s disability as a curse, but now sees his son as a blessing thanks to disability inclusion training through World Vision.
Eight-year-old Cynthia received a wheelchair and her mother learned how to care for it through a USAID-funded and World Vision-implemented program.
The gift of a wheelchair helps a Kenyan girl lean in toward her dream of being a pilot. The same wheelchair helped restore her mother’s health.
Three Kenyan youths share how the gift of new wheelchairs has transformed their lives by providing them with inclusion and freedom.
World Vision is on the ground before, during, and after disasters to help children and families not just cope, but thrive.
World Vision’s award-winning photographers travel around the world every year, capturing moments of God’s grace and faithfulness as we follow Jesus’ example to show unconditional love to the poor and oppressed. They bring back stories that inspire us to action and compassion.
Two-time Olympian Lopez Lomong, a Lost Boy of Sudan, was kidnapped and imprisoned, spent 10 years in a refugee camp, and was eventually adopted by a U.S. family. Today, he continues to run and to raise funds and advocate for clean water and South Sudanese refugees.
A new World Vision program is igniting a passion among high school students for the world’s hardest places! Hear from our partner school’s principal how this new curriculum is making the world’s issues — and some new friends — real for his students.
The 2014 outbreak of Ebola virus disease in West Africa was the “largest, most severe and most complex Ebola epidemic” in history.