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We asked refugee children to tell us what they need after a crisis June 25, 2016

World Vision’s view is to take into account voices of young people. Over the past ten years World Vision has spoken to more than 11,000 children in various emergencies about their experiences and what they need after a disaster or crisis. 

El Nino threatens gains on education in Chikwawa June 17, 2016

World Vision works closely with local communities suffering from the effects of extreme and changing weather patterns. The droughts El Nino caused in Malawi impact the lives of people in many ways. Left with no choice, most families must spend their income on maize rather than spending it on the development of educational structures. 

Helping children survive crisis June 14, 2016

World Vision have set up Stabilisation Centres with the Government of Ethiopia to treat malnourished and sick children affected by the drought in Ethiopia.

Schools aren’t meant for people like us. We need to work to survive June 12, 2016

Inside this tiny makeshift tent in Lebanon’s Bekaa Valley, Souad, the single mother of nine, can hardly believe that this will mark their third year away from home. 

Left Alone- The Young survivors of Ebola June 10, 2016

Maria spoke with us about her memories before her village was struck with Ebola "I have such fond memories of my mum and dad. We did everything together as a family."

Our Top 4 Tips on How to Talk with your Children about Disasters in the News June 09, 2016

When a major disaster hits, it can take over the news. Disturbing images and graphic news coverage can be troubling for empathetic adults. But it can be scary — deeply distressing — for young children.

World-first collaboration inspires smarter disaster response June 07, 2016

The unlikely partnership between World Vision and 3D printing experts is delivering innovative solutions for teams helping Nepal rebuild quake-damaged communities.

School Gardens in Lunyo June 04, 2016

Thanks to the great support from the Bank of Ireland Staff Third World Fund, World Vision has been working with primary schools in Lunyo, Uganda, to develop their school gardens

World Vision made them feel safe again June 04, 2016

The LRA was famous for two things: the deliberate use of child soldiers and the level of brutality it exposed them to. Children were forced to mutilate other members of the group on demand by rebel leaders as a show of power.  World Vision’s Children of War centre in Gulu, Northern Uganda is a place where these children ge get over their trauma. It gives them a home and becomes the family they lost.

Learning and fun for displaced children in Iraq June 03, 2016

In February 2015, World Vision started the Let Us Learn project to support displaced children living in two camps and in host communities in the Dohuk area of the Kurdistan Region of Iraq.

I have enough Okra on my plate June 02, 2016

“I can barely remember the last time I was admitted to a hospital, I eat healthy food that is available from our family piece of land,” Veonica says.

Water a Flower Day May 30, 2016

While many small, rural farmers in Tanzania are engaged in sunflower growing, they face a number of constraints that prevent them from taking advantage of this situation. Low access to quality seed and limited knowledge of modern production techniques keep yields low.

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