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RT @WorldVision: For the first time, the power to choose is in the child’s hands. #chosen Watch: https://t.co/YIV5PBAHXl
RT @WorldVisionIre: We are at the #ClimateStrike with @Coalition2030IR and thousands of youth and adults.
What an incredible atmosphere!…
It’s great to see so many children and young people around the world attending the #ClimateStrikes.
We must listen… https://t.co/DjtLWeF8Dd
On International Youth Day, World Vision UK's Dr Carine Le Borgne reflects on her work with youth advocates for our It Takes A World campaign.
True gender equality means we’re all in it together. In India these men are redefining gender roles and protecting girls from child marriage and violence.
Across the world, girls are standing up for their rights and creating a better future for women. Discover girls’ stories of extraordinary everyday courage.
A wedding day that could have been so different. Temwa from Malawi has just married the man of her dreams – but other girls from her home face a very different idea of ‘bride.’
Youth advocates like 19-year-old biochemistry student Asini have been working with us to help end violence against children.
World Vision UK's Erica Hall on the crisis of children who are forced into horrifying exploitation.
Angela Farries travelled with children’s charity World Vision to Tanzania in November 2018
Paulito and his family survived Cyclone Idai. Now they face major concerns for their future.
Adelino has a beautiful smile, but when he speaks of Cyclone Idai which ripped apart his community - his world - his eyes betray the suffering he’s seen.
Leaders gathered in Brussels today must fulfill their responsibility to protect children, no matter where they live or where they have come from, says World Vision.
World Vision has called for more funding to address food shortages across Southern Africa as the government of Zimbabwe announced that more than a third of the country's population…
More than 100 humanitarian agencies appealed today - on the fifth anniversary of the start of the Syria conflict - to allow immediate and on-going access to people suffering inside…
Ministers, MPs, Peers and social justice experts at the House of Commons threw their weight behind stamping out stigma for survivors of sexual violence at a House of Commons debate…
Today’s announcement to restrict access for asylum seekers and refugees will only create bigger problems, especially for children, says aid agency World Vision.
War is costing Syria more than £3.2bn (US$4.5bn) each month in lost economic growth, a report from children’s charity World Vision and Frontier Economics reveals.
World Vision UK is calling for an immediate European-wide ban on using tear gas and batons against refugee families fleeing war zones.
World Vision UK has been hailed as a top charity by its workforce, climbing to ninth place in the Sunday Times’ prestigious ‘Best 100 Not-for-Profit Organisations’ list.
Tens of thousands of South Sudanese are living in dire conditions and extreme fear after destruction of most of a UN Protection of Civilian (POC)
A World Vision-supported hospital in northern Syria has been damaged by a missile near miss. Read more on the Syria crisis from charity World Vision.
World Vision UK has welcomed the pledge of more than US$10bn for the Syria Crisis as a significant stride forward to treat the ‘symptoms of the Syria Crisis’.
World leaders gathering in London today must make a realistic and robust funding pledge.
Britain's decision to take more unaccompanied child refugees from Syria is honourable but we need more.
Online abuse of vulnerable children overseas is on the rise because of the growing use of webcams, World Vision UK has warned following the sentencing of an offender at the Old Bai…
World Vision’s response teams and ambulance fleet are on standby after Sierra Leone officials confirmed new Ebola case.
World Vision UK wants to give young people who are not directly affected by armed conflict a space to express themselves and stand with the most disadvantaged children.
The future of children in the Central African Republic, from which I have just returned, is uncertain at best. They are forgotten casualties of a forgotten armed conflict.
Ten-year-old Olivia lost everything she owned during the Indonesia earthquake and tsunami - including her favourite toy.
"Living in a disaster-prone country like Indonesia, I’m not a stranger to scenes of grief, but the devastation brought by the recent earthquake and tsunami in Palu was unbearable t…
Day in and day out, 12-year-old Mohsin would work 10-hour shifts hauling around huge piles of books, desperate to know what was written inside of them.
Instead of going to school, Tania spent many of her days peeling piles of icy shrimp - squatting for eight-hour shifts at a local fish depot.
After two years of sponsoring and exchanging letters with Flavio, now 11 years old, in Albania, Amy decided to meet him and his family for the first time.
Meghla escaped child marriage when she was 13 and has been working to change attitudes in her community ever since.
Jacob is 17 years old. He should be enjoying school and thinking about his future, but instead his short life has been marred by struggle.
As the World Cup gets underway, we visit a group of girls in South Sudan using the beautiful game to make a difference.
Every year, 15 million girls under the age of 18 are married - but how can we stop it? It takes a world.
Every month, thousands of children attend a World Vision nutrition centre in South Sudan to receive life-saving nutritious food packs. This is John Jacob's story.
Two youth leaders from Bangladesh - Al-Amin Bepary and Tanzim Tabassum Tithi - spent one week in London, taking part in the Commonwealth Youth Forum earlier in April.
Thousands of children die from Malaria every year in South Sudan.
World Vision Young Leader Tanzim Tabassum Tithi writes and discusses the issues children face in Bangladesh and the change they're making.