News & Stories

Ten Syrian refugee teens reflect on what their life is like now and their dreams for the future
From the Field

10 years on, the voices of 10 Syrian youth

Men Care members strive to change their communities by putting what they learn in action.
From the Field

Husbands and fathers help create a culture shift

Ashmitha holds her notebook. After losing her father to COVID-19, she wants to study to be a doctor so she can save lives.
From the Field

A girl’s unsaid goodbye as her father dies of COVID-19

Have fun and grow deeper together this summer with 10 fun family activities and games that will help your kids learn how to pay it forward and become global citizens.
Change Makers

10 fun family activities to play it forward

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 camp for internally displaced people in northwest Syria offers a bleak and cold existence for Samer*, 5. Aid workers are working around the clock to provide emergency support, but with tens of thousands of people arriving every day, supplies are low and the humanitarian response is overwhelmed. *Name changed to protect identity.
From the Field

Syrian refugee crisis: Facts, FAQs, and how to help

Bangladesh is one of the five worst countries for child labor . Sixteen-year-old Joytun was injured in a fire at the bakery where she worked after dropping out of school to support her family. World Vision enrolled her in an informal education program, which helped her prepare to return to school. World Vision also helped her mother start a small grocery business that more than replaces the money Joytun was making in child labor.
From the Field

Child labor: Facts, FAQs, and how to help end it

How many refugees in the world? More than 65 million people around the world have been forced to flee their homes, the most since World War II. About 22.5 million of them have fled their own countries as refugees. Find out the top six countries where refugees come from.
From the Field

Forced to flee: Top countries refugees are coming from

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

Syrian refugees in Lebanon live in homemade tents in informal settlements. Few children are able to attend formal education. Nine-year-old Yasmin, a Syrian refugee, plays with her baby sister at their home in an informal tent settlement in Lebanon’s Bekaa Valley. She attends a World Vision Child-Friendly Space where she has learned songs, games, and stories she shares with her cousins and siblings
From the Field

What is a refugee? 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

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

Matthew 25: Prayer for children’s education

A student uses school supplies from World Vision in an art class at a Chicago elementary school.
From the Field

What you need to know about World Vision’s U.S. work in photos and videos