400,000 in Aleppo and Manbij cut off from aid in Syria

400,000 in Aleppo and Manbij cut off from aid in Syria

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.

World Vision scales up emergency response in Juba, South Sudan

South Sudan Crisis

World Vision scales up emergency response in Juba, South Sudan

As soon as the security situation in South Sudan allowed for World Vision to begin work we distributed hundreds of blankets, mosquito nets, emergency food, and shelters to people displaced by last week's fighting. We have also opened seven emergency nutrition supply sites around Juba and will continue to carry out an emergency food distributions.

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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. 

You can make a difference, you can change a life.

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Sona is a child labourer - forced to work in India

Sona is a child labourer - forced to work in India's cotton fields

Both of Sona's parents had died and her 75 year old grandmother was unable to earn enough for them both. At age 10 Sona quit school to work all day in the cotton fields so they could survive. There are 12 million stories across India alone just like Sona's. Child Sponsorship helps prevent children from being forced to work and provide opportunities for those in work to return to school

Find out the challenges children face in attending school in India.

Help our Pacific neighbours escape poverty

Help our Pacific neighbours escape poverty

Becoming part of Pacific Partners programme will mean you’ll support those in need closest to us in the Solomon Islands, Timor-Leste, Vanuatu, and Papua New Guinea.

In 2015 alone in Bobonaro, Timor-Leste, together we decreased the number of households living in poverty by 57 per cent! Join us and the NZ Aid Programme to become part of this incredible change for 2016 and beyond.

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


Change a vulnerable child’s world

Change a vulnerable child’s world

Become part of a journey to a brighter future by providing food, education and clean water. Your support means a child can receive the things they need to thrive.

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