Earthquakes have caused more than 8,600 deaths and widespread devastation in Nepal. We're there, providing emergency aid and care for children and families.
In a Wall Street Journal opinion piece, Rich Stearns, president of World Vision U.S., makes the case for international aid.
As a historic drought rages on across Kenya and other parts of the Horn of Africa, families like Eyangan and her grandchildren suffer the most.
Speaking as one who has survived famine, guest blogger and World Vision communicator Amanda Koech, considers whether we are doing enough to help Somalia.
Thirteen-year-old Salay dropped out of school years ago to work in a brick factory to help his family repay debt. But World Vision's intervention encouraged this boy to...
Flooding and landslides force tens of thousands to flee their homes for temporary shelters. World Vision is responding.
Elvis, a young boy in Tanzania, found his circumstances changed dramatically when his family received the gift of chickens from World Vision’s Gift Catalog. Watch the...
World Vision invites the American public to pray, give, and tell others about the needs of drought-affected children in East Africa.
A father in Africa — who developed 37 scars through guinea worm from contaminated water — recounts how his family and others were crippled by the parasite. But when...
Zambian mother Sara grew increasingly concerned as she witnessed her newborn baby girl’s health continue to falter. After a time of confusion and despair from not...
World Vision is providing aid to families in Thailand devastated by floodwaters.
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