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During the current coronavirus crisis, children are finding ways to bring hope and healing to those around them.
In South Sudan, already vulnerable children face a deepening crisis as coronavirus hits their country. 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.
Fourteen-year-old Ajlin shares her experience of coronavirus lockdown – and the benefits of staying positive – from her home in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
In the DRC, World Vision is training faith leaders to promote lifesaving messages and practices to prevent the spread of COVID-19 - just as they did with Ebola.
Andy Flannagan of Christians in Politics offers an Easter prayer for all those affected by coronavirus – both in the UK and across the globe.
Download free activities to help your child cope with anxiety and stay positive during the UK coronavirus lockdown.
A lone provider for her family, Shamim's income has stopped since government restrictions to combat coronavirus came in. Now she fears her family will starve.
Coronavirus: How UK parents and communities are helping their kids through the loneliness of lockdownFriday 03, Apr, 2020
These are the lengths families and communities are going to across the UK and around the world to make sure children feel safe, loved and happy during lockdown.
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…
Civilians in north-east Syria are at risk and humanitarian aid could be cut off following the launch of a new military operation in the area, leading aid agencies are warning.
Climate-driven disasters are becoming alarmingly common and more deadly, says Andrew Morley - World Vision's Global President and CEO.
Faith-based aid organisations have a vital role to play in reaching the world’s most vulnerable communities, the Shadow Minister for International Development said today.
UK activist Amika George is urging world leaders to stamp out period poverty after visiting a World Vision menstrual hygiene project in Zambia.
61 NGOs warn of worsening crisis in Myanmar, call for refugees’ engagement on safe, voluntary returnsWednesday 21, Aug, 2019
World Vision is one of 61 local, national and international NGOs working in Myanmar and Bangladesh calling for Rohingya refugees to have a role in decision-making about their own l…
This World Humanitarian Day, we honour the women who work on the front line of their own communities in some of the most difficult places. This is Qamar Al-Kurdi's story.
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.
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.