Even in hard-to-reach and vulnerable places, frontline health workers empower women with knowledge about breastfeeding and how to keep their babies healthy.
New climate-smart farming techniques are helping women farmers in Bangladesh create a better life for their families and gain respect in their communities.
Improving the health and well-being of children and families in extreme poverty is a crucial part of ENDING extreme poverty in our lifetime!
World Vision advocates emailed, called, and even met with their members of Congress about fighting hunger via this bill. Thank you for your hard work!
The number of children and families around the world who aren’t getting enough to eat every day has increased for the third year in a row.
The Farm Bill is vital for international food security and the work that World Vision does around the world — and it expires Sept. 30.
The garden has been such a success that the family now employs 5 to 7 people. World Vision provided training, seeds, and a generator for irrigation.
Thanks to Advocates like you, in 2015, Congress passed the Global Food Security Act. Collectively, you took over 5,000 actions (phone calls, emails, op-eds, and more!) to support this bipartisan bill which now ensures greater government coordination across various food security and nutrition programs. Thank you! But we need your help again… Meet Ruma The … Read More
On February 13, World Vision supporters joined our advocacy conference call Hope for a World Without Hunger. Experts talked about the partnership between World Vision and the U.S. government to reduce global hunger and highlighted a simple way to encourage members of Congress to accelerate this progress! Listen to the call recording and read highlights … Read More
Hear author and Senior Policy Adviser for Food Security and Livelihoods, Beth Ann Saracco speak more on this topic next week on our advocacy conference call. At World Vision, we believe ending hunger can be achieved in our lifetime. By working alongside families and empowering them to grow their own food, World Vision helps ensure … Read More