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Hunger in Zimbabwe | Elida’s story of El Nino

This year’s poor rains and drought from El Nino have greatly affected the lives of 12-year old Elida, her two brothers, Christopher, 21, William, 16, and their grandmother, Emma. With the help of World Vision, Elida and her family have been receiving food packs from our office, provided by child sponsors to reach the most vulnerable families.
including Zimbabwe. … warns that malnutrition is on the rise in Zimbabwe due to a severe … people who've been affected in southern Zimbabwe. Through our El Nino Crisis Appeal you can

When the water dries up: Helping Zimbabweans through El Niño

Without thinking, Bert Smit went to wash his hands after a meal. No water came out of the tap. This really hit home how desperate the situation in Zimbabwe has become as El Nino-related drought grips the country. Thankfully, working for World Vision, Bert knew the difference we are making...
What surprised me most when I arrived in Zimbabwe was how cold it was. Winter in the … translate into what Zimbabweans are in need of … leaving 4 million people in Zimbabwe experiencing food insecurity. This weather

Seeing the fruits of sponsorship in Uganda

Seeing gorillas, hippos and elephants in their natural habitat was special, but for Lady Louisa Gordon Lennox and her family, the high point of a recent safari in Uganda was meeting Teopista, the teenager they sponsor through World Vision UK.
our Girls' Education Challenge project in Zimbabwe.

Goodwood festival comes fashionably to life as event puts World Vision project on spotlight

One of the most exciting and glamorous days on the horse racing calendar, is now just a day away.
schools in impoverished communities of Zimbabwe. … design gives a nod to the Zimbabwean national … 000 vulnerable girls in Zimbabwe. Celebrated actress and World Vision UK

How bicycles have rescued girls in Zimbabwe

Our Saramine Mukute was excited to be visiting Zimbabwe. Not just because she grew up in such a beautiful country, but because of the challenge that lay ahead of her - she was going to see how World Vision is helping thousands of girls in rural Zimbabwe access education and it involved a bicycle ride…
Vision UK I was excited to be visiting Zimbabwe. Not because I grew up in this beautiful … is helping thousands of girls in rural Zimbabwe access education and it involved a bicycle

Southern African countries declare "regional disaster" as new report warns of increase in cases of sexual violence

World Vision UK has today called for urgent funds to help support countries in Southern Africa as millions face food shortages due to a massive El Niño-induced drought.
Swaziland and Zimbabwe are the most affected countries which need … Swaziland and Zimbabwe have already declared national drought

Bikes, chickens, and menstrual pads | Educating girls in Zimbabwe

Bikes, chickens, and menstrual pads - just a few of the things improving life in Sanzukwi ADP in Zimbabwe. When sponsor Claire Bardsley visited, she saw signs of drought and hardship, but also signs of encouragement and hope...
drive. My husband and I spent some time in Zimbabwe 24 years … child sponsor. This spring she travelled to Zimbabwe with her husband … and visit our Girls' Education Challenge in Zimbabwe. This blog was originally published for

Farming families struggle to survive in drought-stricken Ethiopia

Belaynesh helps her family whenever she can, often in the burning heat of the afternoon. With neither a good roof nor mosquito nets, malaria is the second biggest threat the family is facing after the failed harvest. While Ethiopia sits in the grip of El Nino, the 13-year-old is a sponsored child, and over the years, the support of her sponsor has helped make up for the rain in other ways...


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Willing the Rains: Zimbabwe affected by drought and climate change

Sibonisiwe is a mother from the Gwanda district of Zimbabwe. Affected by the relentless drought that has been brought on by climate change and El Nino, Sibonisiwe cannot harvest crops and has little drinking water. She tells us that she is often left feeling exhausted and dizzy as she tries to take care of her young family and her sick husband.
a mother of six from the Gwanda district of Zimbabwe. Meeting with us one hot … An estimated three million people living in Zimbabwe are in need of food

Children most at risk as Zimbabwe says 4 million need food aid due to drought

World Vision has called for more funding to address food shortages across Southern Africa as the government of Zimbabwe announced that more than a third of the country's population need food aid as people struggle with the worst drought for two decades.
across Southern Africa as the government of Zimbabwe announced that more than a third of the … has hit Zimbabwe hard and last month it appealed for … of children in Zimbabwe and across Southern Africa are slipping into

Our day with Brixhilda: Smiles all round

Rachel and her daughter Joanna visit Brixhilda, their sponsored child, in Albania
in Zimbabwe. This was an impossible dream but when my

Other Emergencies Update

Help World Vision to respond quickly to disasters, as soon as they strike.
furthering the fight against diseases. ZIMBABWE FOOD INSECURITY … on Government approved Zimbabwean Food

Southern African Floods: World Vision begins response efforts

World Vision responds as over 600,000 people are affected and threats of waterborne diseases loom.

Ride to the Rock: Ian’s Odyssey

Earlier this month, Ian rode 2,117 miles in 8 days with 8 fellow bikers from the UK to Gibraltar and back again to raise money for World Vision. Read his diaries from the trip and learn why he put u pwith the heat, the pain and the gorgeous views...
a World Vision project to educate girls in Zimbabwe. A sponsor for several … Zimbabwe is a country that is very close and dear to … herd of goats roaming free reminded me of Zimbabwe. We passed through several schools today

El Nino Update

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.
new area with these families. In Zimbabwe From 2015 to … Zimbabwe faced severe … severe drought in the southern provinces of Zimbabwe. The people in the most need received cash

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Education and skills for life in Zimbabwe 2019 Case study … newborn and child health Zimbabwe

Sponsor a child in East Africa

Zambia and Zimbabwe. There are many reasons to sponsor a child

Sponsor a child in Africa

Zambia and Zimbabwe. There are many reasons to sponsor a child