God is with people suffering from disaster — refugees, families facing famine, survivors of earthquakes, hurricanes, and tsunamis. Join us in prayer for all who find themselves “strangers,” as Jesus calls them in Matthew 25:35.
The 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami, one of the deadliest disasters in modern history, was caused by a massive undersea earthquake. Nearly 230,000 people died, and millions more lost everything. World Vision raised more than $350 million and mounted the largest disaster response in its history, providing relief and rehabilitation in Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Thailand, India, and Myanmar over 10 years.
The holidays are upon us — a season of thanks, love, and spending time with family, but also of sharing food with loved ones. Learn how to make Thai fried rice — a common local dish in Thailand — and explore how food is a global language for all we share it with.
Animals can be a valuable source of income for families. See how a World Vision Gift Catalog cow is impacting a child in Thailand and his family.
Now a pastor in Bangkok, a former sponsored child in Thailand learned sacrificial giving from his sponsor, a San Francisco janitor.
When she was a child, World Vision sponsorship set a Thai woman on the path to improving her life, her family’s well-being, and the health in her community.
In 2007, Preaw, a former World Vision sponsored child, represented Thailand in the 24th Southeast Asian Games, where she won a bronze medal in recurve archery at a shooting distance of 70 meters. Next came the World Archery and Para Archery Championships in 2011 — and she’s not done yet.