Displaced children and families fleeing conflict in Ukraine urgently need food, shelter and protection.
Conflict makes children vulnerable to hunger and violence. They also face the danger of being recruited to take up arms.
Help provide care and support for vulnerable children caught in the crossfire in the Middle East.
The scale of devastation in northwest Syria and southeast Türkiye is beyond imagination. You can help provide shelter and warmth.
Crushing aftershocks of this pandemic see children going hungry and being forced to work, beg or get married for their families’ survival.
50 million people are at risk of starvation. Conflict, climate change and COVID-19 are driving a hunger and malnutrition emergency.
Ongoing conflict has forced more than half of Syria’s population, including five million children, to flee their homes.
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in 52 countries received humanitarian assistance
in 52 countries were reached with food support
gained access to clean water, including safe drinking water
benefitted from child protection activities
*Statistics from World Vision International, 2022
We are part of the Australian Humanitarian Partnership (AHP), a partnership between the Australian Government and Australian NGOs. The AHP aims to save lives, alleviate suffering and enhance human dignity in the face of conflict, disasters and other humanitarian crises.
Through the AHP, World Vision has received funds for humanitarian activities in Ukraine, Romania, Moldova, Sri Lanka, Mozambique, Bangladesh (Rohingya crisis), Indonesia, Vanuatu, South Sudan, Vietnam, Timor-Leste, Solomon Islands, PNG and Lebanon. As the AHP mechanism continues into the next phase, more countries will benefit.
The AHP's "Disaster READY" program is in its second phase. It supports Pacific communities and governments to better prepare for and respond to disasters. The program places specific emphasis on the inclusion of women, people with disability and faith-based organisations in disaster preparedness.