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World Vision responds as earthquakes strike Myanmar and Italy

Wednesday 24, Aug, 2016

World Vision responds as earthquakes strike Myanmar and Italy killing scores of people.

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Hope in the eyes of Syrian refugee children | Education in Emergencies

Saturday 20, Aug, 2016

From Mexico to Colombia, China to the UK, Humanitarian Information Officer Soraya has years of experience working in education, and on a recent trip to Jordan spent time meeting parents, teachers, and programmers about our work helping get Syrian Refugee c…

Providing aid, while depending on it: Meet Johnson - both a humanitarian and an IDP

Friday 19, Aug, 2016

Johnson Kuithoy is both an aid worker and an internally displaced person (IDP) living in a camp. A South Sudanese man in his thirties, he has dedicated his life to providing relief, while he and his family likewise depend on it. Today, on World Humanitaria…

Winning against the odds

Thursday 18, Aug, 2016

16-year-old Satyajyoti had to cycle for three hours a day across challenging terrain to get to school, and because of this, was often too tired to study. With help from both World Vision India and the local community, roads have been built and the journey …

One goal / Football, fun and food

Monday 15, Aug, 2016

During the Rio Olympic Games we can witness the world's top athletes, at the peak of their fitness and physical ability after years of training and conditioning, compete for the most prestigious titles in their fields. Nutrition is key to their performance…

Going for gold: Sports and sponsorship changing lives in Bangladesh

Saturday 13, Aug, 2016

Giving girls access to sport is a great way of building confidence and a sense of empowerment. With the help of a World Vision football project, 14-year-old sponsored child Kolpona has hit the ground running, winning trophies and medals and dreaming of bec…

Breaking the rules | Improving nutrition and encouraging girls into sport in Nepal

Thursday 11, Aug, 2016

Sumina’s mother was adamant: football was not for girls who should be doing household chores. But once she changed her mind, the benefits of the game and the World Vision-recommended diet were clear for her daughter and many other girls in the community...

For the love of the game: increasing girls' access to sport in India

Tuesday 09, Aug, 2016

At a stadium in northern India, home to many successful athletes, Arshdeep dreams of one day competing in the Olympics. The 15-year-old discovered her love for badminton at a World Vision children’s club, and now, feels much more confident about her future…

Soccer for Syrians: Bringing football to the children of Azraq

Sunday 07, Aug, 2016

Simple things like giving children a safe place to run around and express themselves makes a huge amount of difference to refugees living far from home. From the exhilaration of scoring a goal and working as a team, to the comfort of finding emotional supp…

May - the young footballer | A rising female star in Myanmar

Thursday 04, Aug, 2016

13-year-old May was introduced to football at age nine – little did she know that she would be enrolled in an academy and winning prizes for her regional team just a few years later! Living in an impoverished community in Myanmar, World Vision supports May…

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World Vision responds as earthquakes strike Myanmar and Italy

Wednesday 24, Aug, 2016

World Vision responds as earthquakes strike Myanmar and Italy killing scores of people.

Iconic image represents 'grim reality' of Syria Crisis

Thursday 18, Aug, 2016

World Vision reacts to the heartbreaking image of five-year-old Omran being pulled from rubble in Aleppo.

World Vision International CEO issues statement on arrest of Gaza official

Tuesday 09, Aug, 2016

Statement by Kevin Jenkins, President and CEO of World Vision International, on Mohammad El Halabi's arrest.

Statement on World Vision's Staff Arrest

Thursday 04, Aug, 2016

On June 15th, 2016, Mohammad El Halabi, the manager of operations for World Vision in Gaza, was arrested on his way home from routine meetings.

Russia/Syria plan for humanitarian corridors 'deeply flawed'

Wednesday 03, Aug, 2016

World Vision today joins a global push for a two-day 'humanitarian pause' in the battle for Aleppo. In all, 34 international bodies are calling for a 48 hour cease-fire that would …

World Vision calls for more political commitment and funds to end global hunger at Rio summit

Wednesday 03, Aug, 2016

The international aid charity, World Vision warns that three million children will die every year unless governments take far-reaching action to prevent malnutrition.

Goodwood festival comes fashionably to life as event puts World Vision project on spotlight

Wednesday 27, Jul, 2016

One of the most exciting and glamorous days on the horse racing calendar, is now just a day away.

Southern African countries declare "regional disaster" as new report warns of increase in cases of sexual violence

Tuesday 26, Jul, 2016

World Vision UK has today called for urgent funds to help support countries in Southern Africa as millions face food shortages due to a massive El Niño-induced drought.

Bold plan to halt child marriage in jeopardy, warns new report

Friday 22, Jul, 2016

World Vision is urging the new International Development Secretary Priti Patel to take a lead in ramping up action to eradicate child marriages by 2030.

Children out of school and at work as hunger deepens in Southern Africa, finds report

Tuesday 19, Jul, 2016

El Niño is having a devastating impact on children in the Southern Africa region, forcing many into early marriage, child labour and dropping out of school, reveals a report by th…

Statement in response to the announcement of new DFID Minister

Thursday 14, Jul, 2016

World Vision reaction to the new DFID Minister, urging Ms Patel to not abandon the 0.7% aid commitment.

South Sudan: World Vision calls for protection of children as tens of thousands displaced by intense fighting

Wednesday 13, Jul, 2016

The fighting that erupted in South Sudan over the past five days has displaced an estimated 36,000 people, many of them are children.

World Vision joins new drive to end violence against children

Tuesday 12, Jul, 2016

World Vision today joins a new partnership to end violence against children across the world, backed by British Government funding to tackle online sexual exploitation.

New PM must continue Britain's proud legacy of global leadership for children

Tuesday 12, Jul, 2016

World Vision urges the new Prime Minister to continue the UK's proud legacy of global leadership for children.

Statement in response to the escalating violence in South Sudan

Monday 11, Jul, 2016

Heavy fighting is rocking the capital, Juba, following a flare-up in escalating violence that coincided with world's newest nation marking its fifth year of independence.

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Hope in the eyes of Syrian refugee children | Education in Emergencies

Saturday 20, Aug, 2016

From Mexico to Colombia, China to the UK, Humanitarian Information Officer Soraya has years of experience working in education, and on a recent trip to Jordan spent time meeting pa…

Providing aid, while depending on it: Meet Johnson - both a humanitarian and an IDP

Friday 19, Aug, 2016

Johnson Kuithoy is both an aid worker and an internally displaced person (IDP) living in a camp. A South Sudanese man in his thirties, he has dedicated his life to providing relief…

Winning against the odds

Thursday 18, Aug, 2016

16-year-old Satyajyoti had to cycle for three hours a day across challenging terrain to get to school, and because of this, was often too tired to study. With help from both World …

One goal / Football, fun and food

Monday 15, Aug, 2016

During the Rio Olympic Games we can witness the world's top athletes, at the peak of their fitness and physical ability after years of training and conditioning, compete for the mo…

Going for gold: Sports and sponsorship changing lives in Bangladesh

Saturday 13, Aug, 2016

Giving girls access to sport is a great way of building confidence and a sense of empowerment. With the help of a World Vision football project, 14-year-old sponsored child Kolpona…

Breaking the rules | Improving nutrition and encouraging girls into sport in Nepal

Thursday 11, Aug, 2016

Sumina’s mother was adamant: football was not for girls who should be doing household chores. But once she changed her mind, the benefits of the game and the World Vision-recommend…

For the love of the game: increasing girls' access to sport in India

Tuesday 09, Aug, 2016

At a stadium in northern India, home to many successful athletes, Arshdeep dreams of one day competing in the Olympics. The 15-year-old discovered her love for badminton at a World…

Soccer for Syrians: Bringing football to the children of Azraq

Sunday 07, Aug, 2016

Simple things like giving children a safe place to run around and express themselves makes a huge amount of difference to refugees living far from home. From the exhilaration of sc…

May - the young footballer | A rising female star in Myanmar

Thursday 04, Aug, 2016

13-year-old May was introduced to football at age nine – little did she know that she would be enrolled in an academy and winning prizes for her regional team just a few years late…

From earth-shaking to high-flying | Helping Nepal's children to stand up and move on

Monday 01, Aug, 2016

When disaster hits, children are always among the most vulnerable, and not only in the initial crisis. In the days, weeks and months following an emergency, children can be disprop…

Seeing the fruits of sponsorship in Uganda

Thursday 28, Jul, 2016

Seeing gorillas, hippos and elephants in their natural habitat was special, but for Lady Louisa Gordon Lennox and her family, the high point of a recent safari in Uganda was meetin…

How bicycles have rescued girls in Zimbabwe

Tuesday 26, Jul, 2016

Our Saramine Mukute was excited to be visiting Zimbabwe. Not just because she grew up in such a beautiful country, but because of the challenge that lay ahead of her - she was goin…

Bikes, chickens, and menstrual pads | Educating girls in Zimbabwe

Sunday 24, Jul, 2016

Bikes, chickens, and menstrual pads - just a few of the things improving life in Sanzukwi ADP in Zimbabwe. When sponsor Claire Bardsley visited, she saw signs of drought and hardsh…

A burden no more | Preventing child marriage in Bangladesh

Saturday 23, Jul, 2016

After overcoming epilepsy and avoiding an arranged marriage when she was just 14, Sonia is determined to work for World Vision one day. Now 22, Sonia credits the NGO with supportin…

Working with DFID to stop child marriage in Nepal

Thursday 21, Jul, 2016

At the Girl Summit in 2014, leaders and organisations from around the world came together and pledged to end child marriage. Today in South-eastern Nepal, World Vision and the UK g…

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