World Vision scored major victories in the war against poverty during Rich Stearns’ 20-year presidency. He will retire effective Oct. 1, 2018.
This World AIDS Day, Dec. 1, families and health workers are celebrating that child HIV rates dropped 60 percent between 2009 and 2015 in 21 countries in sub-Saharan Africa. This is great news because it shows efforts are working, says Gloria Ekpo, World Vision’s HIV and AIDS specialist.
As a former physician practicing in a busy maternity ward in a hospital in Africa, Gloria Ekpo has seen the devastation of HIV and AIDS up close. But she’s also seen progress. Learn how World Vision is working to leave no young woman behind and empower them toward an AIDS-free generation!
Gift Catalog goats and child sponsorship work together to provide a girl from Zambia with plenty of food, clean water, and an opportunity for education.
Starting in 1950 with the Korean War, World Vision has responded to the most urgent disasters and humanitarian crises around the world, providing immediate aid.
More than 2,000 years ago, God chose humble shepherds to be the first to greet the newborn Christ. Today, in places where World Vision works, God still calls and equips those who are disadvantaged to demonstrate his love and build his kingdom.