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Isabel Gomes, World Vision's Global Director of Humanitarian Operations, shares how World Vision is responding to the coronavirus outbreak.
Coronavirus may have a big impact on the mental health of people globally. Read about the impact on mental health from one of our child protection experts.
World Vision's Humanitarian Health, Nutrition and WASH Director examines the impact coronavirus could have on the global refugee population.
World Vision's national director in the Philppines examines what the coronavirus pandemic means for the world's poorest communities, what we can do to slow it down and how we can support health workers, communities, families and children.
While both girls and boys can be subjected to child marriage, girls are disproportionately affected due to cultural traditions which reinforce gender discrimination.
World Vision is putting children at the centre of its response effort after finding children have been left isolated and fearful by the COVID-19 outbreak.
World Vision’s Global Lead for Health & Nutrition explains how, in the middle of a medical emergency, our teams are protecting families vulnerable to coronavirus.
Iraq is one of the world’s most fragile contexts, creating an environment which is dangerous for children and leaves families displaced in camps. Find out how World Vision supports children like Raja.
World Vision welcomes the UN’s COVID-19 Global Humanitarian Response plan, launched today (March 25).
World Vision UK is urging churches across the country to unite for a National Day of Prayer and Action in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
A united global effort is needed to help prevent COVID-19 from having a massive destructive impact on the lives of child refugees, migrants and the very poor, warns aid agency, Wor…
World Vision warns that coronavirus could travel through poorer regions of the world which lack strong health structures to contain it.
New satellite imagery and analysis by the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative, Save the Children and World Vision show how children are experiencing unbearable suffering.
As hostilities continue to escalate in northwest Syria, eight aid agencies are today making an urgent call for an immediate ceasefire.
World Vision joins 2,000 campaigners demanding world leaders tackle the emergency facing people and planetThursday 30, Jan, 2020
In a dramatic act of global unity, 2000 campaigners and public figures from over 140 countries are backing an open letter signed by 20 world-leading activists.
Tim Pilkington is to step down as World Vision UK CEO on 1 March after five years at the helm of the charity.
International children’s charity World Vision UK hosted a general election hustings event open to all electoral candidates for Milton Keynes North.
"We are desperately sad to hear reports of the deaths of a number of Ebola aid workers who were killed in the line of duty – giving their lives to help vulnerable communities in ea…
A sudden surge in violence in the DRC has forced aid agencies to suspend work, putting lives at risk as the fight against Ebola and measles is undermined.
World Vision welcomes reports of the repatriation from Syria of three orphaned British children. Innocent victims of war should not be punished for the actions of their parents.
All parliamentary candidates should sign up to keep Britain as an outward-looking country committed to helping the world’s most vulnerable communities, World Vision urges today.
The Famine24 event raised nearly £2,000 for World Vision UK.
The argument that DFID should be merged with the Foreign Office amounts to a backdoor attack on the aid budget, says Gareth Wallace, Government Relations Manager for World Vision U…
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.
"Why are young people aged 15-18 excluded from the Commonwealth Youth Forum in London?" Al-Amin Bepary, from Bangladesh, asks.
What's it like to visit the child you sponsor? Elizabeth Bowes headed to Tanzania to visit Jeni, the child she sponsors through World Vision UK.
This Easter, Minister Gail Thompson reflects on how to show God's love to people around the world.
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.
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!
We are Swenimi and Shamindu, two young leaders from Sri Lanka who came to Sweden to participate in the Solutions Summit. We were there representing children from around the world a…