India faces the worst long-term water crisis in its history as demand outstrips supply, with millions of lives and… https://t.co/JsCqLZd4dD
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 Parliament.
Children in Idlib are experiencing terrifying bombardment and violence, with reports that dozens of children have been killed in the last two months.
World Vision has mobilised staff across East Africa to prepare for any further spread of the deadly Ebola virus from an outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).
Uganda’s health ministry has confirmed the country’s first case of Ebola, following the ongoing outbreak in DRC which has claimed the lives of almost 1,400 people.
Cases of Ebola are escalating rapidly as the second largest outbreak in history continues to spread in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).
At least 15,000 Syrian children face homelessness as their homes in Arsal, Lebanon, are scheduled for demolition.
An escalation of violence in Idlib, North West Syria, may lead to the worst humanitarian crisis in Syria’s 8-year conflict.
Children fear they might not be able to go back to school after the devastation of Cyclone Fani in India and Bangladesh.
World Vision UK has launched an emergency appeal to fund the humanitarian response to Cyclone Fani.
World Vision is ready to provide emergency humanitarian assistance in Bangladesh and India, as Cyclone Fani threatens millions of families.
New International Development Secretary Rory Stewart must put UK aid back on track and ensure that it meets the needs of the most vulnerable children, says World Vision UK.
Aid agencies in Mozambique, including World Vision, are on stand-by to respond to a potentially lethal cyclone – the second to hit the country in two months.
World Vision UK stands with dozens of faith leaders and organisations who in an open letter to Theresa May, urged the Prime Minister to maintain the aid budget and protect the qual…
Actor shares "deeply moving" experiences of trip to war-torn country, as fears of full-blown conflict mount.
World Vision UK has reached the city of Beira, Mozambique which has been destroyed by the devastating Cyclone Idai.
Hundreds of thousands of people "could drown" as dams in Mozambique and Zimbabwe could burst, following a devastating cyclone and flooding in southern Africa.
Muhammad is severely malnourished. You can see something is wrong the moment you meet him. But it’s quickly confirmed by the World Vision doctors who have set up a mobile heath uni…
World Vision’s campaign ‘It takes a world to end violence against children’ was named because no one individual, group or organisation can solve this problem alone.
Roji, in Bangladesh, turned her family’s life around when she enrolled herself in tailoring training and became the main source of income for her family. Her children are now well …
World Vision UK ambassador, Jerome Flynn, visited Myanmar to see our work and support the campaign #ItTakesAWorld to end violence against children. He met with street children, vic…
17-year-old Sharmin, from Bangladesh, dropped out of school after completing grade 4 to support her family, selling food on the roadside with her mother. This reality is all too of…
In crisis, children regularly miss out on opportunities. They are forced to drop out of school, thrown out of home, and find themselves struggling in ways they had never imagined.
Somalia’s landscape has progressively turned drier and dustier over the past months, and with no rain in sight for the second year, rivers have dried up across the country and plan…
For Amanuel, 12, from Ethiopia, clean water means everything. Since World Vision installed a new water pipe in his village, he hasn’t stopped telling everyone how happy he is.
When Meghla joined our child rights information sessions she gained the knowledge and confidence to speak up to her family and express her unhappiness with marrying young. Fortunat…
We're fighting malnutrition with a new way of thinking about cooking; the super tortilla. Instead of making regular tortillas from corn alone, parents add vegetables such as coyote…
As the Pope dedicates today to remembering the many children and families fleeing conflict and seeking safety around the world, our Senior Child Rights Policy Advisor Erica Hall wr…
In April 2016, eight-year-old Nelly’s family fled their village when heavy fighting broke out between Azerbaijani and Armenian forces in the Southeast of the country. Nelly’s f…
How to achieve all New Year's resolutions in one simple move. Feel great, help others, form positive relationships and sponsor a child today.
What was the last thing your child needed? This New Year, World Vision asks bloggers to think about the most recent thing their children needed.
The El Niño weather phenomenon is affecting countries across Latin America, including Bolivia and Honduras. Crops are failing and communities are being split. Read one family’s sto…