World Vision is the world’s largest international children’s charity. Every day we bring real hope to millions of children in the world’s hardest places as a sign of God’s unconditional love.

We partner with communities in almost 100 countries around the world to care for, protect and empower children through our emergency response and longer term development work while seeking to advocate for these children's rights at local, national and global levels.

For more information, visit World Vision's website.


Recent Updates

World Vision blog: Helping Ebola orphans in an uncertain future

When her parents lost their battle to Ebola last year, Musu was fighting the virus herself in one of the treatment centres in Bo, the country’s second biggest city.

World Vision blog: Safe childbirth in Sierra Leone

28–year-old Nancy is overjoyed to have safely given birth to her second child. She lost her first child last year due to complications and lack of proper medical care. Sitting on her hospital bed in the local clinic that World Vision has equipped, Nancy can’t stop looking at her beautiful new daughter and smiling.

World Vision blog: Restoring healthcare in Nepal

In the aftermath of the earthquakes that rocked Nepal last spring, many remote communities were left without access to healthcare when health posts were destroyed and damaged.

World Vision Facebook: Nepal Earthquake One Year on

A year on from the earthquake in Nepal, we've accomplished a lot - these are some of the photos from our emergency response...

World Vision blog: Children of Nepal still feel frightened

Kathmandu, Nepal: One year after the earthquakes, children continue to face major difficulties.