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You can help children on the brink of starvation.

Right now, a growing number of children around the world depend on emergency food assistance and nutritional support to survive. You can help make sure they receive it.

The value of your donation will multiply 20 times through our partnership with the UN World Food Programme. This means you can reach more hungry children than you ever thought possible.   


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The difference supporters like you made in 2021

4,587,391

people were reached across 14 countries.

144.4 million

metric tonnes of food were distributed.

2,099,363

people benefited from cash and vouchers.

Behind every crisis is child hunger




Food brings unity


Brian (right) and his siblings always look forward to their favourite meal of maize, beans and cabbage. They are among thousands of South Sudanese children in Uganda whose families receive monthly food rations through World Vision and the UN World Food Programme.

On food distribution day, Brian’s dad Angelo wears a white T-shirt. It’s what he wears whenever the family has something to celebrate.

He wakes the children early and is greeted with their big smiles. On everyone’s mind, one thing is certain: there’s going to be plenty of food to eat today.

“Food is better than all other things because food brings unity,” says Angelo. “People eat together. Once you are satisfied, you can cooperate with others. It stops quarrelling and domestic violence.”

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Children sharing a meal


Brian and his family



A mother's anguish


Abuk has brought her acutely malnourished baby Adhel to a World Vision nutrition centre three times. Adhel makes progress when receiving specialised care. But when she’s discharged from the centre in South Sudan’s Warrap State, conditions at home are so bad that it’s not long before she needs help again.

Flooding has destroyed food crops and left Abuk’s husband without regular work. There’s barely any food at home.

Abuk has already lost one child to hunger. She’s terrified she may lose Adhel too.

“I do not want to think of losing another baby due to hunger,” says Abuk.

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Abuk takes her baby Adhel to a World Vision nutrition centre.


Adhel getting assessed by a World Vision worker.



A father's gratitude


“I could not be more thankful,” says Abdallah. Monthly food packages made possible by generous supporters like you meant this father from Lebanon who lost his job to the pandemic could feed his family and meet his daughter’s medical needs.

Abdallah’s daughter Lamar, aged 7, relies on regular kidney dialysis. But without a regular income, Abdallah was struggling to cover Lamar’s treatment and put food on the table.

"The kids were not eating properly anymore because I am not working, so we had to rely on whatever we can get,” he says.

Abdallah’s family is among over 8,000 vulnerable families in northern Lebanon affected by COVID-19 and the country’s economic crisis who received regular food packages through our partnership with the UN World Food Programme during 2021.

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Food packages for this father and his family.


Abdallah’s receives food packages through our partnership with the UN World Food Programme during 2021.



FAQs

Your donation dollars multiply in value when combined with contributions from the UN World Food Programme including food, training and infrastructure.
 
Our focus is on increasing our programming in areas where we already work and our costs per person have reduced, meaning we can provide 20 times more value with your donation.
The tax deduction you receive will depend on your personal circumstances. You can use our tax donation calculator to estimate the potential tax benefit based on your donation amount and income bracket.

The United Nations World Food Programme (UN WFP) is the largest humanitarian agency fighting hunger worldwide. For over 30 years, World Vision has partnered with the UN WFP in a shared commitment to fight global hunger.

This partnership enables World Vision to utilise the significant supply and resource networks of the UN WFP. We contribute our expertise in long-term development to deliver food and emergency supplies as part of comprehensive food assistance programming - including livelihoods training, school nutrition programs and food for assets initiatives.

Should funds raised for this appeal exceed the amount required to fund World Vision's work in delivering food assistance and other essential supplies provided by the World Food Programme and other United Nations agencies, World Vision will use the excess funds in other work to help communities respond to the long-term effects of food insecurity.

^ Your donation dollars multiply in value when combined with contributions from the UN World Food Programme including food, training and infrastructure.


Fighting hunger together

World Vision has been the leading NGO partner of the UN World Food Programme for 18 years. Our 30+ year partnership is built on a shared commitment to end hunger for the most vulnerable children affected by conflict, disaster, climate change, and most recently the COVID-19 pandemic.