Migrant children at the U.S. border are being held in harsh conditions, and World Vision is urging Congress to create a bipartisan solution — now.
Children being held at the U.S. border already face difficult conditions, and the decision to cut education, recreation, and legal services will make conditions worse. World Vision is working to protect the well-being of all God’s children.
At 14, Eka learned that her parents were planning her marriage to a man 20 years older. But she wasn’t ready to get married.
In 2016, 152 million children were engaged in child labor. World Vision is working with government organizations to give these children new hope for their future and break the cycle of child labor.
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.
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.
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!
Improving the health and well-being of children and families in extreme poverty is a crucial part of ENDING extreme poverty in our lifetime!
She worried her younger brother and sister would have no future unless she took drastic action.