Raising chicks and ducks in Bangladesh is helping families lift themselves out of poverty by creating a new source of income — boosting the whole community!
In June, World Vision volunteer advocates raised their voices to keep girls in school, end violence against children, promote peace, and support refugees. Check out our advocacy impact!
Moms in Bangladesh joined a World Vision and U.S. foreign assistance funded program to learn embroidery. Now some of them earn more than their husbands!
U.S. foreign assistance to Central American countries fights the root causes of migration and empowers communities in El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras. World Vision advocates will continue to speak out against cuts to these funds.
Good news, advocates! U.S. foreign assistance funding to benefit children has been increased in a House appropriations bill, but there is still more work to do!
The Nobo Jatra program in Bangladesh has helped Fatema and her family thrive through nutrition training, improved sanitation, and a plan for when disaster strikes.
Nate Lance saw first-hand how World Vision’s programs are bringing hope to the communities plagued by violence, impunity, and poverty.
In Bangladesh, something as simple as making sure your newborn baby gets enough to eat can be a challenge. But Nobo Jatra, funded by USAID and implemented by World Vision, is partnering with moms to gives babies a more nutritious start.
Because of his disability, Yadiel had to miss a lot of school and fell behind his classmates. World Vision is helping him make up for lost time.
Veronica was on the path to early marriage. But now she’s back in the classroom and mentoring other students at school and in her community.