In 2023, the harsh realities of conflict, displacement, natural disaster, and extreme hunger impacted the lives of millions of people worldwide. As World Vision responded, we witnessed moments of both hardship and hope. See the incredible images of resilience, determination, and even joy that World Vision’s communicators were able to capture in this extraordinary year.
Why World Vision is in Kenya
Kenya has endured a hunger crisis and prolonged droughts that are affecting the well-being and livelihoods of families across the country.
Millions of vulnerable communities are in need of humanitarian assistance. Food insecurity is a primary concern for many Kenyan families, and people lack access to clean water. Thousands of children under the age of 5 and people living with disability are malnourished.
In response to the hunger crisis in Kenya, World Vision has equipped communities with cash vouchers, food distribution, water trucking, and health and nutrition programs. We’ve also supported regreening projects to nurture food production and help build resiliency against weather shocks. In 2022, approximately 3 million people — including 2.2 million children — were impacted by the support of World Vision and our partners.
We never give up on people
World Vision child sponsorship looks at all the things that prevent children from surviving and thriving in their community, and then works with that community to bring all the pieces of the puzzle together to build a better life for all children. For sponsors, it’s a personal way to show God’s love to a child in need in a life-changing way.
Prayer Requests from Kenya
World Vision's staff in Kenya are asking us to join them in prayer for the following:
Peace throughout Kenya.
Increased food security and an end to prolonged droughts.
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