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Children in need of shelter

Saturday 02, May, 2015

A week after the earthquake that rocked Nepal last Saturday, shelter is becoming an increasingly urgent need for children like Sandhhya and Sayan and their families.

When losing your house means losing everything

Thursday 30, Apr, 2015

Seven-year-old Aaram and his family lost their house in the earthquake, and are now living in one of the many makeshift camps in Kathmandu. Children are especially vulnerable in these situations, and World Vision has begun opening Child Friendly Spaces to keep them safe and protected.

Sitting through the aftershocks

Tuesday 28, Apr, 2015

World Vision's Sunjuli Kumar Singh describes the current situation near Kathmandu, Nepal, where people affected by the earthquake are staying in tents.

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Nepal Earthquake: World Vision first responders to get a first look at remote villages hit by quake

Sunday 26, Apr, 2015

Today World Vision teams began coordinating aid efforts to assist those impacted by the 7.8 magnitude quake that struck Nepal.

World Vision mobilises staff and resources to help communities In Nepal hit by earthquake today

Saturday 25, Apr, 2015

World Vision is mobilising staff and resources to assist communities impacted by the 7.9 magnitude earthquake that hit Nepal.

World Vision is responding to a powerful 7.9 earthquake

Saturday 25, Apr, 2015

World Vision is responding to a powerful 7.9 earthquake that struck Nepal early Saturday morning.

World Vision UK announces new Chief Executive

Wednesday 15, Apr, 2015

World Vision UK announces new Chief Executive.

The world is failing Gaza’s children, says World Vision

Monday 13, Apr, 2015

Six months after the Cairo Donor conference, just over a quarter of the money pledged has been delivered.

Somali lifeline under threat

Friday 10, Apr, 2015

World Vision and aid agencies express concern at closure of Money Remittance Providers in Kenya.

‘Political solution is the only option for Syria’, says World Vision

Monday 30, Mar, 2015

‘Political solution the only option for Syria’, says World Vision, on eve of Syria Donor conference in Kuwait.

0.7% International Development Bill becomes law

Thursday 26, Mar, 2015

This afternoon, the 0.7% International Development Aid Bill has received Royal Assent to become law.

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Latest From our Blog

Children in need of shelter

Saturday 02, May, 2015

A week after the earthquake that rocked Nepal last Saturday, shelter is becoming an increasingly urgent need for children like Sandhhya and Sayan and their families.

When losing your house means losing everything

Thursday 30, Apr, 2015

Seven-year-old Aaram and his family lost their house in the earthquake, and are now living in one of the many makeshift camps in Kathmandu. Children are especially vulnerable in these situations, and World Vision has begun opening Child Friendly Spaces to keep them safe and protected.

Sitting through the aftershocks

Tuesday 28, Apr, 2015

World Vision's Sunjuli Kumar Singh describes the current situation near Kathmandu, Nepal, where people affected by the earthquake are staying in tents.

Rana Plaza, an anniversary

Friday 24, Apr, 2015

Jonathan Blagbrough is an independent consultant specialising in child labour, and last summer he met some of the children World Vision works with in Bangladesh. He heard from them about their experiences of child labour and how World Vision is helping them and their families, so they can go back to school and make a better life for themselves.

Hearing girl’s voices in northern Kenya

Wednesday 22, Apr, 2015

As the African continent marked the Day of the African Child last summer, Lucy Murunga was privileged to join thousands of children from northern Kenya in their celebrations.

Working around school - Peter's story

Tuesday 21, Apr, 2015

For Peter, going to school is only a small part of a much longer day. Up at daybreak to work on his family's farm, he comes from a poor family where the need to earn an income falls on his and his siblings' shoulders. Now 17-years-old, Peter shared his experiences with us.

Cyclone Pam through a child’s eyes

Tuesday 21, Apr, 2015

One month on from Cyclone Pam, we met nine-year-old Shayla - one of many children in Vanuatu whose lives have been put on hold by the disaster. With World Vision's help, schools are slowly opening again so children can get back to education and their friends.

Young leaders in the making

Saturday 18, Apr, 2015

What do children living in disaster-prone regions of the world want to see from policymakers? Last month, Henry Makiwa, WV UK Media Manager had a chance to meet some of the extraordinary young speakers at the World Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction in Japan.

Creating options - Absi's story

Thursday 16, Apr, 2015

While most boys his age attend school, ten-year-old Absi is learning to earn a living. He is just one of thousands of Syrian children growing up without fathers, with limited family income and poor prospects for the future, who are now working to provide for their families.

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