News & Stories

As Hurricane Dorian approaches the Florida Atlantic coast, Frank Rincon, director of the Benison Center unloads World Vision relief supplies for staging at a warehouse in Immokalee.
From the Field

2019 Hurricane Dorian: Facts, FAQs, and how to help

At its peak, Hurricane Maria was a devastating Category 5 with 175 mph winds.
From the Field

Hurricane facts: How they form and how to prepare

Rose and her children enjoy their first real meal in weeks at the Goboro transit center in Uganda. This hot meal was provided by World Vision for Rose’s family and hundreds of others on their way to more permanent shelter for refugees from South Sudan. (©2018 World Vision/photo by Moses Mukitale)
Change Makers

What does the Bible say about refugees?

Venezuelan migrants walk on the road in Colombia. Some had been on the road for 18 days before crossing into Colombia. For the next leg of their journey, they will climb the steep roadway to elevations of 10,000 and 12,000 feet where the temperatures can be below freezing, especially at night. Two of the children are under six-months-old. “This is what happens when you can’t make enough money to feed your family. You have to leave any way you can,” says the group leader.
From the Field

Venezuela crisis: Facts, FAQs, and how to help

Jannatul, 5, and her mother, Salima, walk home from a World Vision Child-friendly Space in the refugee camp where they live in Bangladesh. Close to 1 million people live in the refugee camps in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh. Most have fled their homeland since August 2017.
Special Features

Citizens of nowhere

Yennifer, age 6, holds her family's bible. She lives in Guatemala. ©2015 World Vision, Lindsey Minerva.
Change Makers

What does the Bible say about poverty?

Myanmar refugee in Bangladesh. A woman holds a baby in Jamtoli camp. Impoverished and struggling, refugees are in need of aid.
From the Field

Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh: Facts, FAQs, and how to help

Cyclone Idai in Southern Africa. An aerial view of Mozambique’s Sofala province shows standing water. Sofala and Manica provinces were the hardest hit by Cyclone Idai.
From the Field

2019 Cyclone Idai: Facts, FAQs, and how to help

Dennis Ngumbau is all smiles in his new wheelchair.
From the Field

From curse to blessing: Changing perceptions about people with disabilities

Before Cynthia received her wheelchair, her mother, Janet Ndinda, carried her everywhere.
From the Field

With a wheelchair, the future is bright for Cynthia

Before 12-year-old Wavinya received her wheelchair, she used to feel isolated and neglected. Now, she has the freedom to take part in games with her friends.
From the Field

Wavinya’s wheelchair helps fuel her dream of the skies

Judith learns sewing as a part of her education at Nyabondo Rehabilitation Center. She hopes to get her own sewing machine once she finishes her studies.
From the Field

New wheelchairs allow Kenyan youths to dream bigger