The Solidarity, a hospital ship operated by World Vision, has sailed to isolated communities to deliver food boxes, essential first-aid supplies, and provide medical care to 1,000 families in Brazil hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic.
A new coronavirus is spreading rapidly around the world. As infections and the death toll rise, we turn to God for wisdom and comfort.
Coronavirus is a family of viruses, which can cause the common cold or more severe diseases such as SARS (severe acute respiratory syndrome), MERS (Middle East respiratory syndrome), and the new coronavirus disease called COVID-19. Learn more about the coronavirus-caused disease pandemic and how World Vision is responding worldwide.
For the past four years, World Vision has been doing internal and external diversity and inclusion work. In 2020, we facilitated a year-long training led by pastors of color who have been prolific voices in anti-racism efforts. The virtual trainings are designed to help pastors around the country dismantle racism.
A World Vision former sponsored child in the Philippines now works as a healthcare worker. She was studying to be an OB-GYN nurse when the coronavirus struck. Now she works as a frontline healthcare worker caring for people infected with the virus.
COVID-19 poses new challenges to World Vision, but our 37,000 staff and communities worldwide are working together to bring hope to children and families. We’re fighting the secondary effects of the disease — the economic, social, and long-term health impacts.
When you give the gift of a goat through World Vision’s Gift Catalog, you’re helping to provide a sustainable source of income for families around the world. The small, but hearty animals basically take care of themselves, reproduce quickly, and seldom get sick.
Pray for justice in our hurting world using Scriptures. Use our guide to offer up intercessory prayers of lamentation, repentance, and restoration that are part of a rich Christian tradition.
Jesus’ parable of the good Samaritan offers a roadmap of how to be a better neighbor when confronting issues of racial injustice.