World Vision

World Vision is a Christian humanitarian organization dedicated to working with children, families and their communities worldwide to reach their full potential by tackling the causes of poverty and injustice. Motivated by our faith in Jesus Christ, World Vision serves alongside the poor and oppressed as a demonstration of God's unconditional love for all people. World Vision serves all people, regardless of religion, race, ethnicity, or gender.
Syrian Refugee Crisis
 
More than 12 million people have been impacted by the 5-year war, and nearly 4 million have fled to neighboring countries of Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, and Turkey, where World Vision is providing aid. Thousands more families are mired in a difficult journey to Europe, and are stranded in transit on their way to welcoming European Union countries. We providing help to families traveling along what is called the Balkan Byway, with a focus on Serbia. project reportread updates from the field
Hurricane Matthew: Responding to Haiti devastation
 
Hurricane Matthew - the largest storm to hit Haiti in 52 years - has brought torrential rain and widespread flooding. Houses, bridges, and farmlands are destroyed. We have launched an emergency response in Haiti, providing clean water, blankets, hygiene kits, and other essentials to families in the hardest-hit areas. Your gift to the Hurricane Matthew Relief Fund will help provide immediate relief to children and families impacted by this fierce storm. project reportread updates from the field
Saving Lives with Mobile Clinics and Technology
 
Living in a remote place like the Eastern Cape of South Africa with no transportation can be life-threatening because medical assistance is simply too far away. Mobile health clinics, in donated Ford vehicles, have helped to reach hundreds more underserved families, but there is still a vast amount of geography to cover! Of greatest risk are pregnant mothers, newborn babies, young children and the elderly. We urgently seek your help to provide more life-saving medical care and health education. project reportread updates from the field
World Vision Ecuador Earthquake Response
 
As of Thursday, April 21st, the death toll from the Ecuador earthquake has increased to at least 570. There are still at least 155 missing, over 7,500 injured, over 21,000 relocated to temporary shelters, and hundreds of buildings destroyed, including approximately 280 schools. Our focus will be on Non-Food Item distribution, child protection/child friendly spaces, psychosocial support, and economic/livelihoods recovery. project reportread updates from the field
World Vision Nepal Earthquake Response
 
World Vision continues to reach those who are most in need, providing life-saving humanitarian support, and helping Nepal build back better. Despite the enormous challenges, aid is getting through the impacted communities. Over the past 12 months at least 386,984 individuals including 171,860 children have been reached across 161 Village Development Committees and 5 municipalities in 10 districts. project reportread updates from the field
Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene Program (WASH)
 
Approaching the world's challenges for safe water, improved sanitation, and good hygiene in an integrated manner to optimize the positive health and economic impacts. project reportread updates from the field
KidREACH - Providing tutoring to children in need
 
KidREACH provides tutoring to elementary age children living in poverty in the Appalachia region of West Virginia. The goal is to continue supporting up to 190 children with direct KidREACH tutoring and help each child envision a future that includes graduating from high school. Barbour County has been hard hit by unemployment because of the decline of the coal and timber industries so many live in poverty. Almost 6,900 students dropped out of the class of 2010. project reportread updates from the field
Vulnerable Youth Lead Positive Change
 
Support this unique program that develops the next generation of community leaders, activists, and policy makers by engaging and empowering vulnerable youth, ages 14 to 18, who display leadership potential, but lack the support, resources, and opportunity to excel. The Youth Empowerment Program offers teens a opportunity to actively participate in community development by identifying issues; conducting research; proposing the resulting solutions to public officials; & reflecting on the process. project reportread updates from the field
Maternal Health in Afghanistan
 
Almost half of all deaths of women age 15-49 in Afghanistan result from complications during pregnancy and childbirth. Most of these deaths could be prevented with increased access to maternal health services. Your gift will provide training for midwives, prenatal and ongoing medical care for mothers and children, improved nutrition, immunizations, and other critical interventions for those in need. project reportread updates from the field
Haiti Relief and Long-Term Support
 
Your gift will help us meet the immediate, urgent needs of earthquake survivors, and also enable World Vision to help the people of Haiti rebuild and recover in the weeks and months to come. project reportread updates from the field
 
   

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