Famine has been officially declared in parts of South Sudan

Famine has been officially declared in parts of South Sudan

This is the first time famine has been declared anywhere in the world for six years.

5.5 million people are predicted to face severe food shortages this year. Already one in four children under five are malnourished.

Donate now and every $1 you give, we can provide $5 worth of aid to children living in crisis.
 

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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.
 

 

World Food Programme

Every $1 you donate will provide $23 worth of life-saving food aid to families in desperate need.

Thanks to you, sponsored children achieve great things

When World Vision moves on from a community, former sponsored children and their families are ready to continue building on the progress that has been made. 



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Our 10 favourite photos from 2016

To us, this picture of Tassy and Rosemary embodies friendship, trust and joy - three of many things we try to achieve with the communities we work with around the world.

Our team are passionate about sharing the stories of those they meet, including that of Rosemary so we put together a collection of our favourite moments in 2016.
 

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This is a children’s crisis

Syrian Refugee Crisis

This is a children’s crisis

Mais* holds her youngest brother outside their stand-alone tent in Lebanon. They have lived there for years now, as the Syria crisis nears its sixth anniversary. 93 per cent of refugee households in Lebanon do not have enough food and 70 per cent live below the poverty line (UN). 

Support the most urgent humanitarian crisis of our time.

*name changed to protect her identity