As the conflict in Syria rages on, we sat down to talk with our national communications director in Lebanon, where more than a million Syrian refugees now live.
On the Kili Climb 4 Kids, JD Scott and others are traveling to Tanzania and summit Africa’s highest mountain, Mount Kilimanjaro, to raise awareness about global child...
Read our overview of the conflict in Syria, the refugee situation in neighboring countries, and World Vision’s response to the crisis.
In rural Niger, one man's family suffered from the community's dirty water source.
Watch some of our videos from Nepal to understand the enormity of the need after the disaster and learn more about how we are helping children and communities.
Below are the top humanitarian crises and disasters we are watching and responding to in 2015.
World Malaria Day, April 25, is a time to celebrate the progress made in defeating this preventable, treatable disease, while recognizing the work that remains to...
Not many people have heard of fragile states — but they are considered ground zero for the future of extreme poverty. Our fragile states expert, Jonathan Papoulidis,...
This weekend, April 24-25, teenagers across the country will come together, forgoing food to fight global hunger.
Bringing together congressional staffers, USAID, and development experts from as far away as Zimbabwe; World Vision hosted a special event explaining how U.S. funding...
Prenatal sex selection—choosing to continue or terminate a pregnancy based on the baby’s sex—is one of the most blatant forms of gender-based violence.
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