​Be the reason someone smiles this Christmas

Smiles Gifts

​Be the reason someone smiles this Christmas

When you purchase a Smiles gift like ‘A Goat’ or ‘A Bundle of Books’, you’re not only giving something unique; your donation also makes a real difference to communities in need. 

Change a vulnerable child’s world

Child Sponsorship

Change a vulnerable child’s world

Become part of their journey and invest in the community.

For $45 a month, together we can transform their lives by providing long-term solutions through child protection, education, healthcare, water & sanitation, economic development and food security. 

It's their time. Sponsor a child today.
 

You can make a difference, you can change lives

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A third of South Sudan face severe hunger & malnutrition

South Sudan Crisis

A third of South Sudan face severe hunger & malnutrition

World Vision is working to reach children and their families affected by the ongoing violence which is causing displacement and hunger around the country. 

Our teams are in UN Protection of Civilian camps that host thousands of displaced families with food, water and Child Friendly Spaces. We are also working in some of the hardest to reach places, where aid arrives via plane, and our teams distribute to the thousands whose lives depend on it (pictured). 

Over 70,000 have fled Mosul

Mosul, Iraq Crisis

Over 70,000 have fled Mosul

Each day more families arrive at Debaga Camp (pictured) south-east of Mosul – one of many camps that offer refuge for those fleeing the conflict. Families often journey over night to escape the battle with only the clothes on their backs across harsh terrain in temperatures as low as -5 degrees.

Our teams are meeting their urgent needs with food, water and other core items. We also have many Child Friendly Spaces set up with trained psychologists to help children recover, learn and grow from their horrific experiences.