"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 eastern DR Congo," says Anne-Marie Connor, National Director for World Vision DR Congo
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.
control. Angry protests in Beni in eastern DRC have forced the military to protect the UN …
World leaders must wake up to the deadly Ebola crisis in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), World Vision warns today.
The fight against Ebola has intensified after the first Ebola death in the major city of Goma in the DRC, World Vision warns today.
is now nearly one year since the DRC outbreak was first declared. Timely …
Statement by World Vision and other NGOs following the demolition of refugees' homes in Arsal.
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).
countries which share a border with the 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.
the ongoing outbreak in neighbouring DRC which has claimed the lives of almost
Cases of Ebola are escalating rapidly as the second largest outbreak in history continues to spread in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).
Christine Ngbaazande from South Sudan has been awarded a coveted humanitarian honor at the Bond International Development Awards in London.
to flee South Sudan as a refugee to the DRC in 1990 when she was just 13 years old. This
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.
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.
the conflict in the DRC reached his village and turned his life
A four-year programme to eradicate child slavery in three African countries launches today, International Day for the Abolition of Slavery (December 2).
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.
story from DRC brought them sadness as well as hope.
World Vision UK is calling for a fourfold increase in the proportion of UK humanitarian aid spending to protect children from violence.
World Vision UK is urging the UK government to include children in decision-making to achieve peace in war-torn countries.
100 children in DRC tell their
Millions of civilians trapped in Idlib face the prospect of the greatest humanitarian catastrophe in Syria’s seven-year war, should there be a major military escalation in the country’s North West.
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.
countries like the DRC and Syria are beyond the Commonwealth’s
Millions of people caught up in a humanitarian crisis in the Democratic Republic of Congo risk rising levels of hunger, death and disease due to a lack of aid funding.
DRC country …
World Vision responds to the latest developments in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC)
World Vision DRC Acting National …
Cases of Ebola are escalating rapidly as the second largest outbreak in history continues to spread in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo. More than 1,400 children* have been orphaned or separated from their families as a result of this deadly virus. The situation is made even more difficult by the ongoing conflict in the DRC that is displacing people from their homes.
World Health Organization DRC Ebola Crisis Ebola cases are increasing.