World Vision celebrates moments in its 70-year history when staff glimpsed God’s hand in key breakthroughs, resulting in life-saving impact. Seven stand out.
Pray for Eastern Europe — for mothers and their unborn babies, for neglected and abused children, and for marginalized communities in Eastern Europe.
Oana, a mother of four in Romania, now has hope after World Vision empowered her to increase her family’s income through agriculture.
Starting in 1950 with the Korean War, World Vision has responded to the most urgent disasters and humanitarian crises around the world, providing immediate aid.
In Romania, Christmas is a sacred day — and a reminder of how even communism’s stranglehold cannot outlaw faith in many peoples’ hearts.
Former World Vision U.S. President Bob Seiple reflects on painful anniversaries, from the horror of the Rwanda genocide to orphans in Romania, and redemptive moments.
MAY 1, 2014, ROMANIA — A quarter-century ago, images of emaciated children locked in Romania’s stark orphanages were broadcast around the world, crying out for a compassionate response. World Vision responded, launching innovative solutions for thousands of orphans — and other vulnerable children as well.