More children than ever are out of school right now. Too many of them will become vulnerable to exploitation and abuse. Find out what can you do about it.
Labour is committed to championing aid and development post-pandemic, working alongside faith-based organisations, the Shadow Secretary of State for International Development has said.
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.
through intensified awareness and behaviour campaigns on proper handwashing and hygiene practices.
On International Youth Day, World Vision UK's Dr Carine Le Borgne reflects on her work with youth advocates for our It Takes A World campaign.
children overseas. Raise awareness through campaigns on social
International children’s charity World Vision UK is looking for people to support the movement for gender equality by sponsoring1000 girls in developing countries.
1000 Girls campaigns are taking place in 10 countries around the
World Vision UK on Monday presented the Department for International Development with a petition urging it to increase spending to stop children being abused and assaulted in disaster zones.
Youth advocates like 19-year-old biochemistry student Asini have been working with us to help end violence against children.
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.
Slashing the aid budget, as a new report from the Henry Jackson Society suggests, would have a shattering effect on the world’s most vulnerable children and their families.
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.
Advocacy and Campaigns at World Vision UK
International children’s charity, World Vision has urged the UK government to redouble its efforts to support peace in South Sudan and end its child soldier crisis.
Meghla escaped child marriage when she was 13 and has been working to change attitudes in her community ever since.
campaigns to protect children from child marriage.
Modern slavery commitment: “Do not forget children in emergencies”, World Vision urges UK government
World Vision UK responds to the latest commitment by the UK government to help eradicate modern slavery in the Commonwealth.
Children who have fled fighting in Syria are suffering further brutality at school, aid charity World Vision reveals today.
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 and bringing their views to this important meeting, so people from government and United Nations can listen to us.
Back to Sri Lanka we want to organise more campaigns to call the public attention to violence and
Hi there. My name is Fatou. I’m 17 and I’ve just received my A levels!! I live in a the western part of Senegal. Thanks to one of my teachers in school, M. Senghor, I have been working with and supporting World Vision for about 4 years now. I am a peer educator in their child protection programme and also am lucky enough to be one of the YOUNG LEADERS group, a young activist group of 16 countries created by World Vision International.
class. During one of the awareness building campaigns she made a plea for putting an end to child …
World Vision UK is calling for an International Development Secretary who will prioritise the world’s most vulnerable children – not simply court those in power.
Tens of thousands of children could starve to death as famine, food and water shortages affect 22 million people in Ethiopia, Kenya, South Sudan and Somalia.
water clean through our hygiene promotion campaigns.
The path of category 4 Hurricane Matthew, the most powerful Caribbean storm in a decade, ripped through Haiti, Dominican Republic, Jamaica and Cuba in early October. It destroyed both property and lives - particularly throughout Haiti. The hurricane brought heavy rain, thunderstorms and strong winds to a country already suffering from immense poverty and weak infrastructure and still dealing with the legacy of 2010's earthquake. As of 14 October, 1.4 million people are in urgent need of support. The estimated death toll fluctuated significantly in the first few days as many areas couldn't be reached. More than 1000 people are now confirmed to have died.
hygiene promotion and cholera prevention campaigns to limit potential outbreak of
We’re very grateful to have the support of several famous faces to promote the work we’re doing throughout the world.
and continues to model for global fashion campaigns. He sponsors a child with World Vision in