Through innovative responses to refugee crises, World Vision is investing in a better life today and a better future for refugees, especially children. Learn what innovation solutions World Vision is implementing in refugee camps.
When children like Didier in Rwanda don’t have electricity at home, practicing reading at night becomes impossible. Find out how solar lamps help improve literacy!
Mobile apps, computers, and solar energy are commonplace, but World Vision is using this same technology to transform remote communities around the world.
One of our most innovative programs, an Amber Alert designed to save children from being sacrificed in Uganda, is working! Project manager Obed Byamugisha risks his life every day in a battle against witch doctors. See how he’s helping communities in Uganda work together to keep their children safe.
In 2010, we embarked on a mission unlike any we’d undertaken before. In the midst of the worst economic crisis of our day, we launched World Vision’s Campaign For Every Child. Our audacious goal was to raise $500 million and change the lives of
20 million people worldwide. We felt God calling us to make this bold move — and many of you felt the same call.
In certain districts of Uganda, child sacrifice is a real danger. Today, Kari Costanza writes from Uganda about 3-year-old Sharon, whose pierced ears may protect her. Read how a World Vision-supported amber alert program is helping to recover children that have been taken.
Rapid advances in mobile technology and applications, a rise in new opportunities for the integration of mobile health into existing eHealth services, and the continued growth in coverage of mobile cellular networks has proved a powerful combination.