News & Stories

Learn about the facts of Hurricane Ida, and what World Vision is doing to help storm survivors.
From the Field

2021 Hurricane Ida: Facts, FAQs, and how to help

The 2021 Haiti earthquake has devastated this poverty-stricken, disaster-prone country still recovering from a 2010 quake.
Voices

After Haiti earthquake, mourning with Marceline

Romida and her 1-year-old son, Salman, are two of the 880,000 Rohingya refugees living in southern Bangladesh who depend on humanitarian aid for everything, especially food.
Prayers

Matthew 25: Prayer for food for the hungry

Dativa listens to Keza read a book that came from the World Vision’s reading camp Keza attends.
From the Field

Rwandan woman advocates for children’s education

Window Rock, Arizona is home to the office of the president of Navajo Nation.
From the Field

Much-needed PPE for Navajo Nation frontline workers

A volunteer at Israelite Baptist Church in New Orleans, Louisiana, readies supplies for a distribution to people hit hard by Hurricane Ida.
From the Field

Hurricane Ida: Through the lens

An exuberant Dominca models some of the bags that she and other women in the refugee settlement have learned to create in order to provide for their families now and in the future.
From the Field

Refugee woman weaves a brighter future for her family

The 2021 Haiti earthquake has devastated this poverty-stricken, disaster-prone country still recovering from a 2010 quake.
From the Field

Haiti earthquake: Facts, FAQs, and how to help

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

Despite tremendous progress in ending global poverty, in sub-Saharan Africa poverty levels have increased.
From the Field

Global poverty: Facts, FAQs, and how to help

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

World Vision is working to limit the spread of COVID-19 and reduce the pandemic’s secondary impacts on vulnerable children and their families worldwide.
From the Field

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

Boniface Wambua says that when he learned of his son’s disabilities, “I felt like God hated me — that it was a curse.” Thanks to disability inclusion training he received from World Vision, he now sees his son as a gift from God.
Prayers

Matthew 25: Prayer for children with disabilities