30,000 flee South Sudan conflict into Uganda

South Sudan Crisis

30,000 flee South Sudan conflict into Uganda

In the 20 days since violence broke out in the capital of South Sudan, Uganda's refugee camps have been stretched beyond capacity. The massive numbers crossing the border have forced food rations to be reduced and two new camps have been opened to accommodate the large numbers.

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Aleppo, Syria cut off from aid

Aleppo, Syria cut off from aid

While the International Syria Support Group meets in Geneva, 24 aid agencies working in Syria, including World Vision, are warning of the rapidly worsening humanitarian situation. Food in Aleppo is expected to run out over the next few weeks.

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40 Hour Famine 2016

Bank your funds!

Congratulations to all those who participated in the 40 Hour Famine. Whether you lived out of a backpack, gave up food or helped build a virtual refugee camp we are so thankful for your efforts. 

It’s not too late to take or make donations to help children affected by the refugee crisis. Every dollar counts and we’re grateful for your support. 

Jerry can distribution brings relief in Papua New Guinea

Pacific El Niño response

Jerry can distribution brings relief in Papua New Guinea

The impact of the El Niño weather phenomenon is being felt across the Pacific with an estimated 3 million people who are facing water shortages, food insecurity and increased disease. To help families in PNG we, along with NZ Government, have run water and hygiene training and education sessions. We also distributed 3,000 20L jerry cans to reduce the time spent gathering water and purification tablets so families are drinking clean safe water. 

We are working hard to lessen the impact of El Niño – but it’s a big job– your donation will really make a difference.


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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Children share what they need in an emergency

Over the past decade, World Vision has collected input from children in 15 different countries facing emergency situations of all kinds. We spoke to more than 11,000 girls and boys, asking them what's most important in times of crisis.

Here's what they told us

 

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