Syria country information - find out the latest World Vision UK news for Syria, including the latest on the Syria crisis
in Lebanon. See the difference our child friendly spaces have on the refugee children in Lebanon
We pray for those in the Philippines who have been impacted by Typhoon Haiyan.
typhoon. World Vision are beginning to open Child Friendly Spaces which give a safe space for children like
A statement from World Vision UK concerning today's article in the Daily Telegraph about aid money in Syria.
Aid agency World Vision continues to step up its efforts in Syria and neighbouring countries, as the number of refugees fleeing the conflict reaches a landmark two million.
projects. The agency is also running Child Friendly Spaces to give children some normality and safety
'Homes flattened, children homeless and livelihoods wiped away’
World Vision will also soon open Child Friendly Spaces to address children’s emotional and
Disaster relief and humanitarian aid from World Vision UK children's charity. Read about our emergency response to natural disasters, war and conflict
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26 Child Friendly Spaces
Families who fled fighting in Syria are facing tough conditions in neighbouring Lebanon, as storms and freezing temperatures continue to grip the country.
Justin Byworth, World Vision UK CEO, talks about his trip to DR Congo and the children he met who had be forced into battle for the rebels. Learn more about why our child-friendly spaces are so important to these communities.
children in the 6 child friendly spaces World Vision runs here are experiencing
World Vision UK Communications Officer, Vikki Meakin writes about the work World Vision are doing to help Syrian refugees left cold and homeless in Lebanon.
World Vision CEO Justin Byworth reflects on his time in the Middle East and the complexities of the region’s relationships, which are all too often under intense pressure.
child friendly spaces there. My mind is drawn back to the Syrian
Justin Byworth, World Vision UK CEO, travelled to Lebanon to see first hand the almost unbearable pressure the country is under with the influx of Syrian refugees.
to help them through the winter. Our Child Friendly Spaces
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.
camp. Now World Vision have created the Child Friendly Spaces and noticed a visible changed. …
World Vision responds to child protection concerns in Eastern DRC – ensuring Child Friendly Spaces for displaced children.
ensuring Child Friendly Spaces for displaced children. By Aimee