News & Stories

Poverty, conflict, drought, and the COVID-19 pandemic have led to a devastating hunger crisis for children and families in Afghanistan.
From the Field

Afghanistan crisis: Hunger in the land

A Cambodian girl in red checkered pants and a bright green jacket sits on outdoor steps as she smiles toward a woman in a blue polka-dotted shirt.
From the Field

No longer locked out of learning

Three children wearing winter coats and hats and holding baked goods and treats face two World Vision staff members in heavy orange vests, a woman on the left and a man on the right.
From the Field

Voices of Ukraine war: Praying through the crisis

World Vision relies on volunteers like Tammy Wells to help ready donations to distribute to the most vulnerable in the United States.
From the Field

Volunteering helps a West Virginia widow heal

Three Ethiopian girls wash their hands.
From the Field

Clean water opens doors to new spiritual life in Ethiopia

A Ugandan boy’s new wheelchair, provided by World Vision, enables him to be more mobile and independent.
From the Field

Mobile and no longer malnourished

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

World Vision offers training to pastors so they can make a difference in the lives of their youth just as Pastor Raul David Vasquez did in Jordy’s life.
From the Field

From gangs to gospel: How a church spreads hope in Honduras

Ever, 16, and his mom, Carmen, are part of a thriving community in Yamaranguila, Honduras. The community has benefitted from World Vision’s child sponsorship and community development model.
From the Field

Child sponsorship helps families thrive at home in Honduras

A South Sudanese woman gets a shot of the COVID-19 vaccine as part of a World Vision program to help vulnerable rural families stay healthy.
From the Field

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

Drought in the Horn of Africa is expected to cause 20 million people to need emergency food assistance.
Special Features

Fallout: When hunger has no borders

Forcibly displaced from the war in Ukraine, refugees like Tatiana and her sons pick up food and supplies in Romania.
From the Field

Forced to flee: Top countries refugees are coming from

Twelve-year-old Rabson gets the opportunity to read aloud at a reading camp held in his village every weekend.

Matthew 25: Prayer for children’s education