Donors, two communities, and World Vision worked together like a beautiful symphony to bring clean water to thousands of Hondurans.
Join us to pray for Central America — for World Vision’s work in the countries of Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, and Costa Rica. In many areas of Central America, gang violence, drug trafficking, and the lasting effects of past wars make life especially difficult for children and their families.
As parents, it’s much easier to talk than to listen. But listening is what our children need us to do. It’s a hallmark of World Vision’s work to involve everyone in decision making — men, women, and children. Every year on November 20, Universal Children’s Day reminds us to listen to children around the world, children who see problems from a point of view that we adults have long forgotten.
This podcast we talk to NFL player Kelvin Beachum Jr. about faith, family, and football. Washington Post columnist Michael Gerson also talks about faith.
As we commemorate World Water Day, March 22, World Vision celebrates reaching its 2020 goal to bring clean water to one person every 10 seconds. Well-drilling teams, engineers, geologists, and community leaders in dozens of countries worked tirelessly through 2016 to accomplish that goal three years ahead of schedule. Ultimately, we hope to provide access to clean water to every person in every community where we work around the world.
Memories are impossible to erase, but healing can happen. Restored relationships are possible even in the worst of situations. Here are some inspiring stories of reconciliation to give you hope.
Crushed by natural disasters, poverty, and violence, many Hondurans are making the dangerous, desperate trek north using a network of freight trains to find opportunity. Find out how World Vision is creating ways to give young people and their families a reason to stay — and flourish — in the country they love.