We are doing our best to help vulnerable children, this year.
We already work in some of the worlds most dangerous and difficult places but we urgently need your support.
"We were so frightened when we were walking. We were warned about mine fields. We lost our way in some places. My husband walked 10 to 20 metres ahead to protect the children in case he stepped on a landmine." Hada, Sharqat (near Mosul)
After fleeing the nightmare of war, drought or natural disasters, families find that their struggle is still not over. With little hope of an education, children suffer and parents despair. It makes an already difficult situation unbearable. But you can help them.
Examples of how your money can help:
- £10 could provide a blanket, a lifeline for many refugees in winter
- £36 could provide an emergency baby kit, including essentials such as nappies, blankets, towels and rash cream
- £78 could provide life-saving food to a family of refugees for a month
- £1,080 could keep six families in a refugee camp warm for the whole winter by providing fuel canisters for heating and cooking
Your donation will help to fund our work with refugees and vulnerable children around the world. You could provide food, shelter or even help a child to start learning again in a safe place – planting seeds of hope that will blossom in years to come.
World Vision’s campaign ‘It takes a world to end violence against children’ was named because no one individual, group or organisation can solve this problem alone.
Partnering with Microsoft & Facebook to bridge education gap and teach Syrian child refugees using digital technologyFriday 24, Feb, 2017
International children’s charity World Vision is partnering with Microsoft, Google, Cisco Facebook; and other tech companies to host the #EdTech summit (01-02 March) which aims to inspire Syrian refugee children to harness the power of technology.
World Vision is poised to support children and their families expected to flee western Mosul, as a military offensive to re-take the second half of the city gains pace.