To celebrate International Day of the Girl Child on Oct. 11, here are seven ways to empower women and girls worldwide — and right in our own neighborhoods.
Find out what draws major donors to World Vision and why they feel led to make significant investments in ending extreme poverty worldwide.
World Vision partnered with California-based Gifts With a Cause and award-winning actor Patricia Heaton to create The Grace Collection by Patricia Heaton jewelry line. The partnership is changing lives in India.
650 million women alive today were child brides, and millions of girls are at risk of marriage each year. For many, child marriage means a life of hardship, ill health, and low educational achievement. Find out the 10 worst countries in the world for child marriage and how to help prevent it.
A school in Kenya is helping protect young girls from FGM and child marriage. This cause is a passion for blogger Breegan Jane, who recently met at-risk girls and calls them “some of the bravest I’ve ever encountered.” See how Breegan is fundraising to protect, educate, and empower more girls — and how you can too!
A safe and supportive place for breastfeeding moms is a life-saving gift for the youngest and most vulnerable survivors of conflict or disaster. World Vision’s women and young children spaces help moms provide nutrition and nurture for children under age 5.