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"Peace is the biggest priority in #Syria. Leaders must find an answer," says #WorldVision on @BBCR4Sunday https://t.co/WETCtnie4i #Aleppo

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RT @TWRuk: Now on #TWRNewsDesk @WorldVisionUK are talking to us about https://t.co/zcnEZV4Uzc's what they had to say about the failed cease…

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Share my life: two brothers from South Sudan

Wednesday 21, Sep, 2016

Recently we met with two brothers from South Sudan; ten-year-old Choul and eight-year-old Rewgok. After fleeing the Unity State and seeking refuge in Juba, all the brothers want is for their parents to join them, and for their safety to be guaranteed.

Savings turning into food | Empowering women in Mozambique

Wednesday 21, Sep, 2016

A World Vision-supported savings group in Gaza province, southern Mozambique, is helping mothers like Esperança put food on the table for their children and grandchildren. Here, the majority of parents are struggling to feed their children due to the effec…

Remembering the faces behind the numbers | UN Refugee Summit September 2016

Monday 19, Sep, 2016

Today, as the UN discusses refugees and migrants and President Obama hosts world leaders for a discussion of the refugee crisis, humanitarian policy advisor Johan Eldebo writes about some of the children we work with whose lives have been completely transf…

Protecting children | Stopping sexual abuse in Sierra Leone

Saturday 17, Sep, 2016

Two weeks ago, World Vision's Rob Henderson stepped off a plane and into a wall of humid, hot air in Sierra Leone. The reason for his visit was to show Mike Kane, former shadow minister for DFID, some of the successful work the UK helped to fund during th…

Sponsorship brings hope in Armenia

Thursday 15, Sep, 2016

Twin brothers, Hakob and Davit, have both suffered from cerebral palsy since early childhood in Armenia. Unable to go to school due to their condition, the boys live with their mother Julieta and their two elder brothers in desperate living conditions. The…

A helping hand in India

Tuesday 13, Sep, 2016

We recently met with three families in India and spoke about the challenges faced relating to ill health, disability and debt. Struggling financially and unable to provide the amount of care required for their unwell family members, each day was a struggle…

Overcoming challenges in Zambia

Saturday 10, Sep, 2016

We recently spoke to two inspiring families and discussed the challenges they’ve overcome in recent years. Children like Alex and Emmanuel require extra support, and with thanks to people like Rachel and Anna, they are able to thrive in a loving and caring…

The joy and importance of education: Literacy Boost in India

Thursday 08, Sep, 2016

On World Literacy Day, we're looking at our Literacy Boost programme in India that's giving children like Sakhi a helping hand at school...

A little red love heart on the front door

Monday 05, Sep, 2016

10-year-old Rama fled Syria with her mother and two sisters when a neighbours house was bombed near Aleppo. Now living in a centre for women and children in Turkey, Rama remembers the things she misses about Syria, her dreams and her wishes for the future.…

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Sierra Leone: UK must commit existing funds to child protection as cases of sex abuse rise

Thursday 22, Sep, 2016

Sierra Leone: World Vision urges UK government to commit funds to child protection as cases of sexual abuse rise

World Vision calls the attack a turning point in the war and says ceasefire has achieved nothing

Tuesday 20, Sep, 2016

World Vision has expressed shock at an airstrike that hit an aid convoy in Syria, reportedly leaving 12 dead. The UN says 18 trucks were hit on their way to deliver aid to 78,000 p…

Truck with 3D image of child refugees brings stark reality of crisis to London

Monday 19, Sep, 2016

A truck bearing a 3D image of asylum-seeking children, will this morning (Monday 19 September 2016), drive across London to highlight the strife and challenges that child refugees …

Statement in response to the announcement of new FGM figures in the UK

Thursday 15, Sep, 2016

Aid charity World Vision UK today called for a global political and legal concerted approach at tackling the issue of Female Genital Mutilation (FGM), following the latest figures

World Vision UK hosts local sponsors for children in Niger

Wednesday 31, Aug, 2016

World Vision yesterday hosted six Milton Keynes residents who sponsor children in Niger to discuss the charity’s work in the drought-stricken West African country.

World Vision responds as earthquakes strike Myanmar and Italy

Thursday 25, 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…

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Share my life: two brothers from South Sudan

Wednesday 21, Sep, 2016

Recently we met with two brothers from South Sudan; ten-year-old Choul and eight-year-old Rewgok. After fleeing the Unity State and seeking refuge in Juba, all the brothers want is…

Savings turning into food | Empowering women in Mozambique

Wednesday 21, Sep, 2016

A World Vision-supported savings group in Gaza province, southern Mozambique, is helping mothers like Esperança put food on the table for their children and grandchildren. Here, th…

Remembering the faces behind the numbers | UN Refugee Summit September 2016

Monday 19, Sep, 2016

Today, as the UN discusses refugees and migrants and President Obama hosts world leaders for a discussion of the refugee crisis, humanitarian policy advisor Johan Eldebo writes abo…

Protecting children | Stopping sexual abuse in Sierra Leone

Saturday 17, Sep, 2016

Two weeks ago, World Vision's Rob Henderson stepped off a plane and into a wall of humid, hot air in Sierra Leone. The reason for his visit was to show Mike Kane, former shadow mi…

Sponsorship brings hope in Armenia

Thursday 15, Sep, 2016

Twin brothers, Hakob and Davit, have both suffered from cerebral palsy since early childhood in Armenia. Unable to go to school due to their condition, the boys live with their mot…

A helping hand in India

Tuesday 13, Sep, 2016

We recently met with three families in India and spoke about the challenges faced relating to ill health, disability and debt. Struggling financially and unable to provide the amou…

Overcoming challenges in Zambia

Saturday 10, Sep, 2016

We recently spoke to two inspiring families and discussed the challenges they’ve overcome in recent years. Children like Alex and Emmanuel require extra support, and with thanks to…

The joy and importance of education: Literacy Boost in India

Thursday 08, Sep, 2016

On World Literacy Day, we're looking at our Literacy Boost programme in India that's giving children like Sakhi a helping hand at school...

A little red love heart on the front door

Monday 05, Sep, 2016

10-year-old Rama fled Syria with her mother and two sisters when a neighbours house was bombed near Aleppo. Now living in a centre for women and children in Turkey, Rama remembers …

Remembering Mother Teresa: Inspiration as a teenager in Kolkata

Sunday 04, Sep, 2016

On the eve of Mother Teresa’s canonisation, World Vision’s Tracy Shields reflects on how her own experiences in Kolkata and with this amazing lady, helped inspire her to do the wor…

When the water dries up: Helping Zimbabweans through El Niño

Friday 02, Sep, 2016

Without thinking, Bert Smit went to wash his hands after a meal. No water came out of the tap. This really hit home how desperate the situation in Zimbabwe has become as El Nino-re…

Challenges in Niger | preserving childhood through sponsorship

Wednesday 31, Aug, 2016

World Vision Niger's Associate Director writes about the ongoing challenges faced by the people of Niger, and describes how sponsors and donors are helping create the ripples of ch…

Challenges for refugee mothers at Ugandan settlement

Monday 29, Aug, 2016

Kiden is a young refugee woman, currently expecting her seventh child. Early July 2016, she fled to Uganda with her family to seek refuge following the wave of conflict that destro…

Desperate to eat: Malawi in the grip of El Niño

Saturday 27, Aug, 2016

As El Niño-related drought sweeps through Malawi, Flora and her family have become increasingly desperate in their attempts to feed themselves and their three children. Before Worl…

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…

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