News & Stories

Jhalak, left, reads with his sister at the reading corner his family created in their home in Nepal. Reading corners are part of the literacy program World Vision created to increase literacy rates in Nepal.
From the Field

Literacy rates are improving in Nepal

Sunset over tent settlement in Lebanon.
Special Features

Love breaks through in Lebanon

Dr. Paul Osteen spends months each year doing medical missions in Africa, where he witnesses God’s miracles of healing performed by compassionate believers.
Voices

Beautiful feet: A story of medical missions

World Vision brings clean water to one new person every 10 seconds. Here are five examples of our water work around the world.
From the Field

How World Vision provides access to clean water around the world

Christians worshipping God at a church in Mali.
From the Field

Life frames: Worshipping God among the nations

Change Makers

Churches, schools, corporations rally for clean water as 6K host sites

Olympic snowboarder Kelly Clark receives a hug from her sponsored child in Zambia.
Voices

Q&A: Olympic gold medalist snowboarder Kelly Clark

A boy worships during church services in Kenya.
From the Field

Photos of worship and praise around the world

Tania is only 16; she runs her household and is engaged in child labor. But she has begun attending a World Vision center to help her catch up on her education.
From the Field

Child labor: Head of the house as a child

Conflict in South Sudan has uprooted families and led to hunger and suffering. The U.N. refugee agency announced August 17 that South Sudanese refugees in Uganda now exceed 1 million. World Vision is bringing healing and sustenance to children and families in need.
From the Field

East Africa hunger, famine: Facts, FAQs, and how to help

Myanmar refugee in Bangladesh. A woman holds a baby in Jamtoli camp. Impoverished and struggling, refugees are in need of aid.
From the Field

Myanmar refugees in Bangladesh: Facts, FAQs, and how to help

All around the world boys and girls learn teamwork, coordination, and endurance by playing the world’s most popular sport — the game we in the U.S. call soccer and the rest of the world calls football.
From the Field

Photos: Kids play football around the world