Kids in vulnerable communities face unique challenges in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Without strong coping mechanisms, secondary effects of the virus may create permanent disruption to kids’ lives.
Fragility refers to more than poverty or violence. It refers to a country’s ability to deal with strains, and fragility factors are often compounded.
World Vision’s report on ending violence against children explores progress in child safety as well as what the world must improve to meet global goals.
Join us in prayer for seven countries with the top refugee and migrant crises in the world. World Vision is working in these countries, and so is our God.
This Act aims to strengthen the capacity of the United States to address root causes of fragility and violence globally. But how would it do that?
We are especially concerned about the refugee children, who have already seen far too much violence and bloodshed. These children need special protection.
As we continue to hear news reports about the plights of children on the move, let’s educate ourselves on the facts and pray for their safety and wellbeing.
Some Syrian refugee children have never seen their homeland and feel more like “children of the camp” than Syrians. Take a look at a day in their lives.