Almost half of UK parents are concerned about the impact of Covid-19 on their children's mental health
World Vision UK's Nina Castree explores ways to keep connected with those outside our "bubbles".
Joy’s worked through four emergencies in seven months. How does she keep going as a frontliner and help the most vulnerable children in the Philippines?
Grandmother Ahlam fled her home in Syria. Now she protects Syrian refugee children
Communities across the world are celebrating healthcare workers during the coronavirus pandemic. Meet Ailbhe in the UK and her colleagues abroad.
Obaidur, a respected Rohingya camp leader, believes that with good teaching, men can create positive change in the heart of the coronavirus crisis.
How can you maintain social distancing in a camp of crowded tents? How do you wash your hands regularly when the queue for the water point is long?
During the current coronavirus crisis, children are finding ways to bring hope and healing to those around them.
Here we meet Paska, an extraordinary girl, who has become carer to her three younger siblings at the age of just 11.
One Buckinghamshire girl has turned disappointment into opportunity – and is bringing hope to other children around the world.
The humanitarian system must move away from a centralised, one-system-fits-all approach.
“Sustainable Development Goals impossible to attain without funding revolution,” warns World Vision UKThursday 19, May, 2016
Aid agency World Vision UK warns that an increasingly fragile and unstable world could put the global sustainable development goals at risk unless a new funding approach is establi…
International children’s charity World Vision UK has welcomed the anti-corruption summit’s commitments but questioned its focus.
Anti-Corruption summit should go beyond lip service and provide room for civil society to function in the most affected countriesWednesday 11, May, 2016
International children’s charity World Vision UK has urged global leaders meeting in London for the 2016 anti-corruption summit to provide room for civilians and aid agencies to fu…
International children’s charity World Vision UK is urging local councils across the UK to ‘pull out all the stops’ in finding homes for unaccompanied refugee children from Europe.…
Speaking during Prime Minister’s Questions, David has re-iterated his position that the UK should not be encouraging refugees to make dangerous journeys to Britain by taking in lon…
As South Sudan’s opposition leader Riek Machar returns to country’s capital Juba for the first time since a civil war erupted more than two years ago, World Vision has warned that …
Alongside concerns over living conditions and access to a safe and supportive education, children express feelings of fear and trauma that - if not dealt with - could affect their …
World Vision continues to work alongside families devastated by the Nepal quake which struck one year ago today, ensuring children remain safe and can look to the future.
World Vision has received a coveted award for its groundbreaking interactive charity experience at UK shopping centres, with judges hailing the display as a “wonderful, emotive cre…
World Vision UK welcomes today’s announcement that 3,000 more refugee children will come to Britain from the Syria region, particularly vulnerable children threatened with child la…
World Vision is stepping up its support to drought-hit families in India, as the growing crisis affects a quarter of the county's population.
World Vision has leaped into action to help communities hit by a massive earth
World Vision calls on David Cameron to open up safe routes into the UK for children fleeing war, as the Pope shows his concern for the plight of refugee children.
World Vision is calling on the UK government to tackle the stigma of sexual violence that blights the lives of hundreds of thousands of children around the world.
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.
Homes, schools and hospitals have been violently ripped apart in Beira.
The full scale of the damage in Mozambique is unknown, but thousands of children are alone and vulnerable.
Christine Ngbaazande from Yambio has been awarded a coveted humanitarian honour at the Bond International Development Awards in London.
I know from experience that this resilient spirit is intrinsic in women all over the world, even in the most challenging of environments.
On 12th February – Red Hand Day, the International Day against the Use of Child Soldiers – five young people from the UK who were involved in the project will meet their MPs in Pa…
The £12.5 million announced by the UK Government today for ending the worst forms of child labour is really good news for some of the world’s most vulnerable children.
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.