News & Stories

A former sponsored child in India now helps other children reach for their potential.
From the Field

Former sponsored child builds on his own empowerment to help others

Rich Stearns examines Matthew 25 and concludes that to be agents of the Great Commission, first we must become agents of the Great Commandment.

Matthew 25: On Jesus’ side for the poor

Global Emergency Response Coalition
From the Field

Hunger in Africa pushes over 20 million to the brink of starvation

From the Field

Mapping the East Africa food crisis

Pray for South Sudan: Join us this month in praying Psalm 34:14 over the people of South Sudan.

Praying the Psalms: Pray for South Sudan

Child ambassador Rachel Teodoro and Russell Moore of the Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission join us on the World Vision podcast this week. Listen to practical tips on how to put your faith into action.

Podcast with Russell Moore and Rachel Teodoro

As we recognize World Health Day on April 7, join us in prayer for the health of all of the world’s children.

Matthew 25: Pray for children’s health

Meet 9-month-old Akusi in Kenya. During the hunger crisis she has become severely malnourished. She's receiving treatment, but her weight is still dropping.

The cost of hunger: A story that needs to change

A World Vision staff member screens a child for malnutrition Feb. 23 at a health facility in Juba, South Sudan’s capital. The red on the band indicates the child is dangerously malnourished. (©2017 World Vision/photo by Rose Ogola)
From the Field

South Sudan: Conflict, hunger, and the threats to children

Girls saved from early marriage by a goat ©2016 World Vision/photo by Jon Warren.

Saved from child marriage by a goat

1040 tax form.

7 year-end charitable giving tips you might not know

Nearly 10,000 children have crossed from South Sudan into Uganda without parents. This World Refugee Day, meet Moses, one of these unaccompanied children.

World Refugee Day: Moses misses his father