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Coronavirus prayer: A new coronavirus is spreading rapidly around the world. As infections and the death toll rise, we turn to God for wisdom and comfort.

Prayers for people affected by the new coronavirus

New York City has been worst-affected by the Coronavirus in the United States.World Vision’s Family Emergency Kits are distributed at Iglesia Sol De Justicia church in Brooklyn. The local school district identified vulnerable families to receive aid during the COVID-19 crisis.
From the Field

What is the coronavirus? Facts, symptoms, and how to help

Handwashing is important in reducing your exposure to and the transmission of the new coronavirus, among other illnesses. But do you know how to properly wash your hands? It may be more complicated than you think.
From the Field

How to wash your hands properly

The coronavirus pandemic has taken over the news and daily conversations, which can be scary for children. Learn how to talk to kids about the coronavirus.
Change Makers

How to talk to your kids about the coronavirus

Hunger is a problem that has plagued humanity for millennia, and it continues to haunt us. Join us in prayer for the hungry and the people working to feed them.

Matthew 25: Prayer for food for the hungry

World Vision's miracle moments through time.
Change Makers

Through the decades, 7 miracle moments

World Vision partners with Soul City Church in Chicago to distribute essential supplies to community members in need during the COVID-19 pandemic.
From the Field

Coronavirus response: Collaborating and advocating for vulnerable children

World Vision in China delivers protective gear to healthcare workers in China.
From the Field

Coronavirus response: Strengthening healthcare systems and workers

Eight-year-old Ireen dips her cup into a pool in Malawi.
Special Features

Walking for water determines Ireen’s future in Malawi

World Vision volunteers scales up prevention efforts during pandemic
From the Field

Coronavirus response: Scaling up prevention to slow the spread

In São Paulo, Brazil, World Vision provided a family with household goods and activities for the kids while they’re out of school during the coronavirus pandemic.
From the Field

Coronavirus response: Supporting at-risk children

Max Lucado offers five steps to interrupt the downward spiral of anxiety about the coronavirus and offer it up to God. Nothing is too big for Him!

Anxiety and the coronavirus: How to interrupt the downward spiral

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