The son of a Vietnam refugee shares his story – and advocates for foreign assistance to address crisis around the world!
As war continues, child marriage in Syria is increasing. Some estimates show rates in 2017 were four times higher than they were before the crisis.
Women and girls face greater risk of violence during emergencies as harmful social norms intensify and women are further marginalized.
Approximately 4 million refugee children between the ages of 5 and 17 aren’t enrolled in school. This has enormous impact on children’s growth, development, mental health, and lifelong cognitive function.
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.
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.
Foreign assistance shouldn’t be used to penalize migrants’ home countries. Our focus should stay on sustainable progress so families can safely remain home.
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?
All migrants’ journeys are difficult, but children are especially vulnerable. That’s why World Vision Mexico is helping about 500 children near the border.
Let’s show compassion as we pray for these families on the move – all of whom are children of God, many of whom are brothers and sisters in Christ.