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World Vision is shocked an airstrike hit an aid convoy in Syria

World Vision is shocked an airstrike hit an aid convoy in Syria

“This deadly attack is a horrific turning point in the conflict, and utterly devastating for thousands of children and their families who were waiting for these supplies to arrive." Martijn Hekman, Deputy Director of World Vision's Syria Response. Read more.

Pictured are twins, Ahmad and Rasha, sitting with an aid package including items helpful for families with young children. As long as this conflict continues, many children and their families wait desperately for aid with some areas in Syria not receiving aid since July.

The value of education in South Sudan

The value of education in South Sudan

While fighting continues in South Sudan, children are suffering. Nearly one in every three schools in South Sudan has been destroyed, damaged, occupied or closed, impacting the education of more than 900,000 children. 

Chierier, 16-years-old (pictured) attends a school supported by World Vision, "I come to school so that I can learn how to read and write. I love reading the Bible and my favourite verse is “love your neighbour as you love yourself” because if we all loved one another, there would be peace in South Sudan." Read more students dreams for the future.

Food shortages forcing children into early marriage & child labour in Southern Africa

World Food Programme

Food shortages forcing children into early marriage & child labour in Southern Africa

Although El Nino as a climatic phenomenon is now over, food insecurity caused by the pattern is still worsening. Our recent report shows the devastating impact El Nino is having with over 26 million children in Eastern and Southern Africa at risk of malnutrition, water shortages and disease.

Read more about our work in Malawi and the findings of the report.

2016 Auckland Marathon

Sign up to run in this year’s Auckland Marathon with Team World Vision and achieve a personal goal while raising funds to help provide one of life’s essentials. World Vision is the largest non-government provider of clean water in the developing world – reaching one new person with clean water every 30 seconds.



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The Kids for Kids ‘Slice of Heaven’ tour is back!

There’s something powerful about the idea of kids around New Zealand bonding together to raise their voices and look after kids in situations worse off than themselves. World Vision is partnering with Kids for Kids again this year to create lasting change for children in Luguru, Tanzania. The show is touring the length of NZ with iconic kiwi entertainer Jackie Clarke and musician Nathan King.

Find out how you can be part of the journey