“Overall, many girls across Senegal are married as children. How can it be a good thing to be a young girl who is already married and pregnant?”
The Farm Bill is vital for international food security and the work that World Vision does around the world — and it expires Sept. 30.
“As I depart my role as World Vision U.S. president, let me encourage you with this: Even when we don’t see results, God is still working through us.”
The program is helping Rwandans stay healthy and preventing significant future health expenses by the population as well as the government.
“We were forced to flee. We couldn’t bring anything from our house. The day we left, I saw things I had never seen.”
Youth empowerment has created agents of change and social transformation in this Jaipur community. These young adults advocate for kids and families!
This gel, applied to the newborn’s newly cut umbilical cord, only costs 10 cents a tube. But only recently has its ability to fight infection been realized.
The garden has been such a success that the family now employs 5 to 7 people. World Vision provided training, seeds, and a generator for irrigation.
According to a new report by Save the Children, three big threats are putting more than 1.2 billion children at risk for an early end to their childhood.
“The loans I got from IMPACT were a chance for me to get better at what I had been doing,” she says. Now she can offer her children a bright future!