World Vision has dramatically scaled up its emergency response to the COVID-19 pandemic, as the virus continues to spread rapidly around the world.
Fourteen-year-old Ajlin shares her experience of coronavirus lockdown – and the benefits of staying positive – from her home in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
In the DRC, World Vision is training faith leaders to promote lifesaving messages and practices to prevent the spread of COVID-19 - just as they did with Ebola.
Andy Flannagan of Christians in Politics offers an Easter prayer for all those affected by coronavirus – both in the UK and across the globe.
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Download free activities to help your child cope with anxiety and stay positive during the UK coronavirus lockdown.
Thirty million children’s lives are in danger because of the secondary impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, a new report from World Vision warns.
Coronavirus: How UK parents and communities are helping their kids through the loneliness of lockdown
These are the lengths families and communities are going to across the UK and around the world to make sure children feel safe, loved and happy during lockdown.
One in three UK children between five and 18 years old (36%) have told parents they are lonely since the government shut schools, a survey commissioned by World Vision reveals.
World Vision is working with children in South Sudan, teaching them how to wash their hands properly during the Coronavirus pandemic.
The World Vision team’s best tips for talking to your kids about coronavirus, and other natural disasters and emergencies in the news
Isabel Gomes, World Vision's Global Director of Humanitarian Operations, shares how World Vision is responding to the coronavirus outbreak.
Coronavirus may have a big impact on the mental health of people globally. Read about the impact on mental health from one of our child protection experts.
The latest on the coronavirus, its effects on the world’s most vulnerable children, World Vision’s response and how you can help.
World Vision's Humanitarian Health, Nutrition and WASH Director examines the impact coronavirus could have on the global refugee population.
Your donation today will help us continue to keep the world’s most vulnerable children and their communities safe. Across the globe we are currently scaling up prevention measures in vulnerable communities.
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.
World Vision UK is urging churches across the country to unite for a National Day of Prayer and Action in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
they said in a statement. World Vision UK is urging churches across the country to
While both girls and boys can be subjected to child marriage, girls are disproportionately affected due to cultural traditions which reinforce gender discrimination.
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World Vision is putting children at the centre of its response effort after finding children have been left isolated and fearful by the COVID-19 outbreak.