After years trapped in child labor, a boy in Ethiopia is back in school. “I know that I do not have any hope to change my life except through education.”
After Emily visited Guatemala, she boldly advocated against cuts to Central America. The results were not what she hoped — here’s why she’s not giving up.
Five-year-old Jannatul lives with her mother in the world’s largest refugee camp. She lost the rest of her family to violence in Myanmar. World Vision is helping the two of them feel safe again.
Thandizo’s mother worried her children wouldn’t be able to grow strong because of constant malaria attacks. But with simple interventions from World Vision and the Global Fund, Thandizo’s family is healthier than ever!
She worried her younger brother and sister would have no future unless she took drastic action.
Ten-year-old Regina and her mom were diagnosed with tuberculosis at the same time. Thanks to World Vision and partnership with the Global Fund, help was nearby.
Here I want to say that everyone is equal; girls and boys are the same. I firmly believe that we, the girls, can equally contribute to society…
In Honduras, World Vision’s tech training lab aims to provide positive alternatives to local hardships like poverty, gang violence, and drugs.
“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.