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The latest prayers of children and communities we work with in India.

Our baby survived rocket attack

Muna, a mother of five from Syria, vividly describes the night their village came under attack from rockets and fled for Lebanon.

DEC Syria Crisis Appeal reaches £4.2 million

Members of the UK public have so far donated a generous £4.2 million to the DEC Syria Crisis Appeal. More than five million people affected by the fighting now need urgent humanitarian aid, with three million of those forced from their homes.
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'There's no way to describe the horrors we've seen': a Syrian refugee family's plight in Jordan

Abdullah, a father of five talks about the harsh realities of life for Syrian refugees. “We have used up all our tears, so now we are smiling.”

DEC announces Syria Crisis Appeal

The Disasters Emergency Committee is launching an appeal for people affected by the conflict in Syria. The announcement follows a dramatic deterioration in the humanitarian situation since the beginning of the year.
Emergency Committee is launching an appeal for people affected by the conflict in

Emergency Response

Disaster relief and humanitarian aid from World Vision UK children's charity. Read about our emergency response to natural disasters, war and conflict

Emergency Response

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Children battling pneumonia as Syrian refugees face harsh winter

Families who fled fighting in Syria are facing tough conditions in neighbouring Lebanon, as storms and freezing temperatures continue to grip the country.


IF Campaign 2013: World Vision joins 100 major Charities to Tackle world hunger trap

Desperate civilians flee the escalating conflict in Mali.

As the British Government announces a further detachment of technical military personnel to Mali amid continued fighting in the North and West of the country, World Vision has called on foreign secretary William Hague to help ensure safe passage for fleeing refugees.

Haiti: 3 Years On

Three years on from the massive earthquake that rocked Port-au-Prince, the capital city of Haiti, we assess the impact it's had and the work that you have enabled World Vision to do to help the people of Haiti get back on their feet.
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Loved By Parents tweetathon: raising money for Congolese children affected by conflict

Parenting website Loved By Parents is running a tweetathon in aid of World Vision’s DR Congo appeal, helping children affected by conflict in the region.
DRC appeal will go towards bringing a smile back to

A School Visit and a Farewell in Zimbabwe

In her 4th blog World Vision Sponsor Samantha talks about visiting the school that her sponsored children attend.

Building safety nets to catch children before they fall

Ann Graham shares a personal story of why the West Africa Crisis is so important for us all to take note of and give help to, through the story of one mother's success.
West Africa appeal. Every pound you donate will be matched

Lost Childhood

What is it like to be a child without a childhood? Sent away from home to beg, pulled out of school to support family or too hungry to play – what does it mean to lose your childhood?
doubling donations to our West Africa Crisis Appeal pound for

Guest blog: “I know it’s my problem too”

Merry Raymond, one of our #ShareNiger bloggers and here she shares how her experience with the campaign helped her realise that we can all play our parts, no matter how small.
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Niger, how Child Sponsorship is bringing Hope

Mark Bulpitt, Head of Emergencies, blogs from Niger.

Update from Niger: How your donations are being used

I’m writing from Niger, the country worst affected by the West African food crisis. Yesterday I visited a World Vision supported health and feeding centre in the outskirts of the capital city, Niamey. I wanted to share with you what I have seen of the work being done here – lives are literally being saved and if you’ve already donated to the World Vision appeal, you’ve helped make it possible.
response you can donate to our West Africa Appeal here. All donations will be matched