News & Stories

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

Matthew 25: Prayer for children’s education

Nour and her sister are among 6.8 million Syrian refugees displaced by the ongoing conflict.
From the Field

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

Worldwide, 160 million children like Nuri*, who’s covered in red dust from hammering bricks in Bangladesh, toil in child labor.
From the Field

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

A small child is screened for malnutrition in Sudan, where food insecurity is driving hunger.
From the Field

10 world hunger facts you need to know

From the Field

What is a refugee?

Two million women and children under 5 are facing acute malnutrition in South Sudan.
From the Field

Hunger is more than just food

Arid soil holds an informal tented settlement in Lebanon, where World Vision provides support to children and their families.
From the Field

Children’s access to education is threatened by Lebanon’s crisis

A color-coded MUAC measuring band encircles a Zambian boy’s arm, showing a reading of 12 centimeters in yellow.
From the Field

Still strong, 11 years after recovering from malnutrition

Rohingya refugee families face food insecurity in Bangladesh
From the Field

Voices of Rohingya refugees: Praying through the crisis

Microloans help support economic development and boost women’s ability to feed, clothe, and educate their children.
Change Makers

7 ways to empower women and girls

A teenage Iraqi boy continues his education with the support of World Vision.
From the Field

Determined to learn despite the odds

Two Malawian girls in school uniforms can study safely thanks to World Vision’s work to reduce malaria in students.
From the Field

Falling malaria cases give way to education in Malawi