Days before the White House announced a cut of all foreign assistance going to El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras, Policy Advisor Nate Lance saw first-hand the impact of World Vision’s programs bringing hope to the marginalized communities of a country plagued by violence, impunity, and poverty.
She worried her younger brother and sister would have no future unless she took drastic action. But she didn’t find hope where she went looking for it…
Now that a resolution to end violence against children has been introduced, we need you to use your voice to encourage support from your member of Congress.
Ten-year-old Regina and her mom were diagnosed with tuberculosis at the same time. Thanks to World Vision and partnership with the Global Fund, help was nearby.
Here I want to say that everyone is equal; girls and boys are the same. I firmly believe that we, the girls, can equally contribute to society…
In response to this violation of girls’ rights, World Vision is equipping government ministries, faith leaders, parents, and community members to act.
While our team helped shape this trafficking legislation through interactions with Congress, advocates who supported the bill also played a vital role.
INSPIRE is a global framework for ending violence against children using seven evidence-based strategies. Check out how Uganda has adopted this framework!
All migrants’ journeys are difficult, but children are especially vulnerable. That’s why World Vision Mexico is helping about 500 children near the border.
World Vision works in some of Bangladesh’s most impoverished communities. That work with children, families, and faith leaders is amplified by advocacy.