Christian rock band Big Daddy Weave has traveled the world seeing World Vision’s work. Hear from band members about how seeing the work has changed them.
Pray for East Africa with us, especially for World Vision’s work in Burundi, Ethiopia, Kenya, Rwanda, Somalia, South Sudan, Sudan, Tanzania, and Uganda. Let’s lift up the concerns of the families and children of these nations to our heavenly Father and listen to what He has to say to us about them.
The Kayombo family was just barely getting by as cassava farmers, but a successful livelihoods project changed everything. Read their story.
An idea that began in a rice field in Tanzania is today building resilient livelihoods for farmers across five countries in Africa and empowering their families to grow greater together through transformation and forgiveness. See how this innovative program works!
World Vision U.S. President Rich Stearns reflects on how putting old things together in a new way can create something revolutionary — a new innovative approach to farming in Tanzania is freeing communities from the grip of poverty.
AUG. 1, 2014, TANZANIA — Start with an unpredictable climate. Add a portion of destructive cultural values. Stir in some fear. The result: a recipe for ruin. But World Vision has figured out how to reverse the course, leading entire communities of hardworking, God-gifted people from dependence to dignity.
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.
The World Vision Experience is a free, award-winning exhibit traveling to churches across the United States. Take a look behind the scenes in our mobile semi-truck to learn how we bring the sites and sounds of rural Africa to American audiences.