Budget cuts to foreign aid don’t make sense. Congress knows that too, which is why U.S. assistance programs have bipartisan support despite proposed cuts.
This week, World Vision’s Director of Government Relations testified before Congress about the unique health challenges women face in developing countries.
Our advocacy for smart, compassionate foreign assistance programs and the funding to keep them going will continue in 2020! But for now, let’s celebrate.
Women in Bangladesh often go unrecognized for their work, but male engagement sessions teach men how to value their wives and create happier marriage.
Tumpa and Devnath reached out to Nobo Jatra for help supporting their son, but the program has helped their relationship, too. “We are so happy now.”
“Nobo Jatra helped to make us independent. I am thankful to the American people. They changed our life.”
In August, world leaders will gather for the annual G7 summit. But what IS the G7 summit, and how does it affect the children in extreme poverty?
Raising a healthy baby in southwest Bangladesh is challenging, but now Monmohini and her daughter are healthier than before, and teaching other moms how!
Poverty takes a toll on teens. Life skills education in Bangladesh is helping them imagine a more equitable future — and giving them tools to reach it.
Clean water, sanitation, and hygiene weren’t accessible to the Golders family and they were often ill. But a latrine and water tank changed their lives!