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Identity Crisis in the Lake Chad Basin

Tuesday 17, Jan, 2017

With no home, family or jobs refugees in the Sayam Refugee and Displaced People’s Camp in the Lake Chad Basin struggle with their sense of identity. World Vision spoke to three refugees to hear what the crisis has taken from them and how they are trying to…

A view from the other side : refugees in the West

Sunday 15, Jan, 2017

As the Pope dedicates today to remembering the many children and families fleeing conflict and seeking safety around the world, our Senior Child Rights Policy Advisor Erica Hall writes about her own experiences opening her home and her heart to refugees, a…

Starting over in Stepanavan, with help from child sponsors

Friday 13, Jan, 2017

In April 2016, eight-year-old Nelly’s family fled their village when heavy fighting broke out between Azerbaijani and Armenian forces in the Southeast of the country. Nelly’s family found shelter in one of Armenia’s remote communities, which also happe…

5 reasons to sponsor a child

Friday 06, Jan, 2017

How to achieve all New Year's resolutions in one simple move. Feel great, help others, form positive relationships and sponsor a child today.

The many things my child needs

Wednesday 04, Jan, 2017

What was the last thing your child needed? This New Year, World Vision asks bloggers to think about the most recent thing their children needed.

Life with El Niño in Latin America | World Vision UK

Wednesday 28, Dec, 2016

The El Niño weather phenomenon is affecting countries across Latin America, including Bolivia and Honduras. Crops are failing and communities are being split. Read one family’s story with World Vision.

Light up Syria’s dark days with a message of hope

Tuesday 20, Dec, 2016

Aleppo’s destruction has left Syrian children facing some of their darkest days yet. We also know that Aleppo is only one of many besieged cities in Syria and another 400,000 people may be living in similar, if not worse situations.

Fleeing Aleppo: one family’s story of leaving the war-torn city

Monday 19, Dec, 2016

The fighting in Aleppo has intensified, but the evacuations of families from Eastern Aleppo has been suspended. Before the suspension, 8,000 families escaped on buses. Many left without any belongings or food. The UN believes at least 2,700 children were a…

The difference chickens can make

Sunday 18, Dec, 2016

17 years ago when Bee was just a baby he lost his father, and his mum, Esnart was struggling to feed the family. Fast-forward to today and the family is thriving; they often help to support other families in need in their community. Change all began with t…

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Somalia: Looming famine exacerbates TB epidemic as 5 million face starvation

Friday 20, Jan, 2017

International children’s charity World Vision has today issued a stark warning that hundreds of thousands of children in Somalia are facing a health crisis and starvation as a resu…

World Vision backs Pope’s message ahead of World Day of Migrants and Refugees

Saturday 14, Jan, 2017

International children’s charity World Vision UK has echoed the Pope’s call for world leaders to accept more child refugees fleeing conflicts and persecution across the world.

World Vision staff distribute aid by canoe to flood victims in Thailand

Wednesday 11, Jan, 2017

Unusually heavy rains caused by low depression and the strong northeast monsoon, have left much of southern Thailand submerged under water forcing aid works to paddle their way to …

Typhoon Nock: World Vision deploys assessment team to worst affected districts as thousands are evacuated

Monday 26, Dec, 2016

World Vision has deployed an assessment team to ten of the most affected districts in the Philippines after a late-season typhoon roared ashore.

Struggle for children who fled Aleppo ‘just beginning’, warn aid workers

Thursday 22, Dec, 2016

A ‘crisis within a crisis’ is unfolding in the countryside outside Aleppo as thousands who fled the city now face increasingly dire conditions.

The mobile game app feeding thousands of child refugees now looks to donate all proceeds to World Vision on #CharityTuesday

Monday 12, Dec, 2016

Makers of the popular mobile gaming app, Bloky Line, which has helped feed over a thousand vulnerable children have now pledged to donate all revenue generated from downloads tomor…

World Vision partners, Wahana Visi Indonesia arrive in Aceh today to assess earthquake damage

Thursday 08, Dec, 2016

102 casualties have been reported form the 6.5 magnitude earthquake that hit Pide Jaya, Banda Aceh at 05.03 am yesterday. A tsunami hit the province in 2004, however this is the fi…

World Vision laments world leaders’ failure to enact UN resolution on Aleppo

Tuesday 06, Dec, 2016

International children’s charity, World Vision has lamented the failure by world leaders to agree on a U.N. Security Council resolution that would have paved way for a seven-day tr…

9.2 million people require urgent humanitarian support as West African conflict intensifies

Tuesday 29, Nov, 2016

World Vision is urging the international community to respond to the worsening humanitarian crisis caused by fighting in the Lake Chad Basin of West Africa, as latest figures show …

Aleppo: 100,000 children in Aleppo need urgent aid

Tuesday 29, Nov, 2016

World Vision is preparing to distribute much-needed medical supplies in eastern Aleppo, as the city endures another round of heavy fighting. Thousands have fled, with a quarter of …

Catholic priest transforms church into refugee sanctuary, as World Vision scales up support for South Sudan

Friday 18, Nov, 2016

Catholic priest transforms church into refugee sanctuary, as World Vision scales up support for South Sudan

13,000 former child soldiers in the Central African Republic pin their hopes on Brussels conference

Wednesday 16, Nov, 2016

World Vision is urging global leaders meeting in Brussels tomorrow (Thursday, 17 November 2016) to secure the future of thousands of children forced to take up arms on behalf of mi…

Mosul Children Arrive at Camps Terrified | World Vision UK

Wednesday 02, Nov, 2016

World Vision staff say that children are arriving at camps too petrified to speak after fleeing the conflict in the Iraqi city of Mosul. Find out more here.

World Vision works with app developers so that you can play a part in the fight against poverty

Tuesday 01, Nov, 2016

We are partnering with game development studio David and Goliath Games to pioneer a new approach to mobile gaming that empowers gamers to help fight poverty simply by having fun.

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Identity Crisis in the Lake Chad Basin

Tuesday 17, Jan, 2017

With no home, family or jobs refugees in the Sayam Refugee and Displaced People’s Camp in the Lake Chad Basin struggle with their sense of identity. World Vision spoke to three ref…

A view from the other side : refugees in the West

Sunday 15, Jan, 2017

As the Pope dedicates today to remembering the many children and families fleeing conflict and seeking safety around the world, our Senior Child Rights Policy Advisor Erica Hall wr…

Starting over in Stepanavan, with help from child sponsors

Friday 13, Jan, 2017

In April 2016, eight-year-old Nelly’s family fled their village when heavy fighting broke out between Azerbaijani and Armenian forces in the Southeast of the country. Nelly’s f…

5 reasons to sponsor a child

Friday 06, Jan, 2017

How to achieve all New Year's resolutions in one simple move. Feel great, help others, form positive relationships and sponsor a child today.

The many things my child needs

Wednesday 04, Jan, 2017

What was the last thing your child needed? This New Year, World Vision asks bloggers to think about the most recent thing their children needed.

Life with El Niño in Latin America | World Vision UK

Wednesday 28, Dec, 2016

The El Niño weather phenomenon is affecting countries across Latin America, including Bolivia and Honduras. Crops are failing and communities are being split. Read one family’s sto…

Light up Syria’s dark days with a message of hope

Tuesday 20, Dec, 2016

Aleppo’s destruction has left Syrian children facing some of their darkest days yet. We also know that Aleppo is only one of many besieged cities in Syria and another 400,000 peopl…

Fleeing Aleppo: one family’s story of leaving the war-torn city

Monday 19, Dec, 2016

The fighting in Aleppo has intensified, but the evacuations of families from Eastern Aleppo has been suspended. Before the suspension, 8,000 families escaped on buses. Many left wi…

The difference chickens can make

Sunday 18, Dec, 2016

17 years ago when Bee was just a baby he lost his father, and his mum, Esnart was struggling to feed the family. Fast-forward to today and the family is thriving; they often help t…

Bullet-ridden schools lie abandoned in reclaimed cities across Iraq

Monday 05, Dec, 2016

As the battle to retake Mosul continues, urgent action is needed to allow children to resume their education.

Timely interventions for a world of difference | Urmila's HIV/AIDs story

Thursday 01, Dec, 2016

This Worlds AIDs Day we share the story of an HIV positive mother we've worked with in India, and her fight to secure medical care for herself and her children.

Wiping the Slate Clean

Sunday 27, Nov, 2016

14-year old Elisa now has a toilet in her house. She now uses soap and water to clean herself instead of stones and leaves. Elisa is one of five thousand children World Vision …

Emmanuel, the 11-year-old South Sudan presidential hopeful

Monday 21, Nov, 2016

11-year-old Emmanuel wants to be the president of South Sudan. The reason, he tells me, is “to bring peace to my country.”

My name is Varsha

Friday 18, Nov, 2016

11-year old Varsha now takes time each morning to keep clean after learning from World Vision how important personal hygiene is for staying healthy. Her transformation has inspired…

Children re-create war scenes in their first art class since fleeing Mosul

Tuesday 15, Nov, 2016

Since 17 October thousands of children have been displaced in northern Iraq as a result of military operations to retake the city of Mosul from ISIL.

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