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.
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!
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.
Nate Lance saw first-hand how World Vision’s programs are bringing hope to the communities plagued by violence, impunity, and poverty.
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.
Yesterday, the Senate introduced and moved through committee S. 1848: An original bill to amend the Trafficking Victims Protection Act (TVPA) of 2000 to modify the criteria for determining whether countries are meeting the minimum standards for the elimination of human trafficking, and for other purposes. While the title is long, the short story is that … Read More
We often hear about difficulties in Congress and how approval ratings are at a record low. We want to say thank you for realizing that in the midst of the chaos, your voice still matters. Today, largely influenced by your emails, phone calls, and tweets, the Reinforcing Education Accountability in Development (READ) Act – previously named … Read More
Lopez Lomong, a U.S. Olympic athlete, was ripped away from his parents by rebel soldiers at the age of 6 in South Sudan. After his kidnapping, Lopez was taken to a camp where boys were forced to become rebel soldiers, killing other people, or dying themselves. From there, a series of miracles occurred. Lopez was … Read More
The READ Act, formerly known as the Education for All Act, passed in the Senate this week! Thank you for advocating for this bill’s passage. Now, the House must approve the Senate’s version before the READ Act becomes law. Why the READ Act? Globally, 59 million children of primary school age and 65 million adolescents … Read More