As the UK passes 20M coronavirus vaccines, how are vulnerable countries doing? World Vision's Global Field Operations Leader asks why it’s taking so long.
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One way or another, children around the world are getting back into education. Find the top 5 reasons why it matters.
lives in Bidibidi Refugee Settlement in Uganda with his little …
The Seed - Pajule 2020 update
Children in Uganda enjoy playing outside together.
From genocide to pandemic: World Vision South Sudan's Emilienne Cyuzuzo is helping vulnerable families facing COVID-19.
How can you maintain social distancing in a camp of crowded tents? How do you wash your hands regularly when the queue for the water point is long?
World Vision’s Global Lead for Health & Nutrition explains how, in the middle of a medical emergency, our teams are protecting families vulnerable to coronavirus.
communities. And senior faith leaders in Uganda are taking it
World Vision joins 2,000 campaigners demanding world leaders tackle the emergency facing people and planet
In a dramatic act of global unity, 2000 campaigners and public figures from over 140 countries are backing an open letter signed by 20 world-leading activists.
about what is happening in the USA as in Uganda. They build on a vision of a world in which
International children’s charity World Vision UK is looking for people to support the movement for gender equality by sponsoring1000 girls in developing countries.
a project to support pregnant teenagers in Uganda. On the International Day of the
World leaders must wake up to the deadly Ebola crisis in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), World Vision warns today.
on Wednesday an incidence of Ebola in Uganda last
The fight against Ebola has intensified after the first Ebola death in the major city of Goma in the DRC, World Vision warns today.
gap. World Vision staff in western Uganda are on standby preparing to respond should
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).
World Vision staff in Uganda are working with communities on detection …
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.
Uganda’s health ministry on Tuesday …
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.
Uganda and the Central African
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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.
violence against children I went to North Uganda
World Vision UK is calling for a fourfold increase in the proportion of UK humanitarian aid spending to protect children from violence.
and rebuild their lives. Another project in Uganda provides safe places and peace clubs for
The future of children in the Central African Republic, from which I have just returned, is uncertain at best. They are forgotten casualties of a forgotten armed conflict.
whom I met in Uganda many years ago. He had been captured by the
Jacob is 17 years old. He should be enjoying school and thinking about his future, but instead his short life has been marred by struggle.
a Ugandan rebel group lead by Joseph …
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.