When Anil Arora recently turned 50, he decided to do something unique to celebrate. It was also a life-changing decision for some of the world’s poorest children and communities.
Men have an important role to play in promoting gender equality. In India, World Vision has helped to establish ‘Men Care’ groups, where local men can gather to discuss their problems and help to...
Meet Endalkachew! He’s taking us on a tour of his community in Ethiopia, to see the impact child sponsorship is having on the lives of children and their families.
World Vision has started needs assessments in Vanuatu in the wake of Cyclone Pam's destructive path across the archipelago, but geography is hampering attempts to reach remote islands.
Over the last few years, World Vision supporters like you have campaigned tirelessly against the use of forced, child and trafficked labour to produce things like cocoa.
The Syrian conflict has taken a devastating toll on children; 7.6 million people are displaced inside their own country.
If you were lucky, last month you might have caught a food truck that delivered amazing South East Asian cuisine along the east coast of Australia.
Eight-year-old Dam used to get sick from dirty water and poor sanitation.
More than a third of all children and youth who have migrated for work say they’ve experienced at least one of the following: excessive working hours, debt used as a form of control by their...
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