World Vision warns of a “looming silent crisis” due to the El Niño effect coupled with the impact climate change.
Indonesia. Yudi will speak at an event
In early December, World Leaders descend on Paris for CoP21 - a global summit on climate change, where they hope to agree on a new path towards tackling its effects on some of the world's poorest people. Resilience Manager Maggie Ibrahim, explains the new direction World Vision wants to see...
Yudi from Indonesia to share how climate change is impacting …
What do children living in disaster-prone regions of the world want to see from policymakers? Last month, Henry Makiwa, WV UK Media Manager had a chance to meet some of the extraordinary young speakers at the World Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction in Japan.
Perspectives of children and youth must be taken into account to ensure disaster risk reduction talks in Sendai succeed.
World Vision child ambassadors from Indonesia and Mongolia will be at an event in Sendai
Today marks the launch of Action 2015, a campaign to bring the world together to create the post Millennium Development Goals. World Vision is working to help children around the world achieve their full potential and make sure that they are well represented in the new sustainable development framework. External Relations Manager Geeta writes that her New Year's resolution is to raise her voice and let our leaders know they have the gift to make 2015 a year of action for children. They must act.
actions around the world. In Bangladesh and Indonesia over
A decade ago today, a massive undersea earthquake triggered a tsunami that affected 12 countries and took the lives of more than 230,000 people. In response to the disaster World Vision launched its largest ever relief operation across five countries simultaneously. Ten years on, we’ve gathered a collection of stories from staff and survivors to tell you the tale of destruction, loss, and rebuilding.
10 years on, the wave of generosity from people in the UK and around the world has helped rebuild the region.
World Vision said today. In a Northern Indonesian
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Indonesia and the Middle East. Dave has appeared on
In 2016, the recurring El Niño phenomenon is expected to have its strongest effect for 50 years. The 2015-2016 El Niño may have passed peak season, but its influence will continue to be felt through weather systems across the world and throughout the year.
disaster. In Indonesia El Niño significantly reduced rainfall and
On Monday 19th August we celebrate World Humanitarian Day - a day that means a lot to us who work for World Vision and we're sure a day that will mean a lot to you and our other wonderful supporters.
Disaster relief and humanitarian aid from World Vision UK children's charity. Read about our emergency response to natural disasters, war and conflict