Journey of Hope

Journey of Hope is an immersive experience created by World Vision to tell an engaging story of 12-year-old Isata and her family in rural Sierra Leone. The first hut depicts the family’s struggles 15 years ago, while the second shows how the family are thriving after working with World Vision.

World Vision is the world’s largest international children charity, and for more than 60 years, every day we bring real hope to millions of children in the world’s hardest places as a sign of God’s unconditional love. Through sponsoring a child like Isata in Sierra Leone, you will help World Vision in their mission for each child to grow healthy, educated, cared for and protected.

Visit Journey of Hope today and see how you can change the lives of children around the world.

JOURNEY OF HOPE TOUR 2017

Take a Journey of hope with World Vision - come and visit us at the following locations

  • Whitgift Shopping Centre, Croydon: 6 March - 8 April

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REVO OPAL AWARDS

World Vision UK’s innovative installation ‘Journey of Hope’ has won Highly Commended at the prestigious Revo Opal Awards in London. Read more »

Revo Opal award for Journey of Hope

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STORIES & BLOGS

Weaving their own stories

Thursday 08, Mar, 2018

Kadie, 35, has two children, and used to struggle every single day. But thanks to a World Vision supported empowerment project, the future looks brighter for Kadie and her family.

DIY Woven Bookmark

Wednesday 07, Mar, 2018

Here you can read about how to make a woven bookmark – it’s a great project for beginners and is a lot of fun to make!

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 the Ebola crisis, as well as to highlight the growing issue of sexual abuse...