Millions of children face starvation

East Africa Hunger Crisis

Millions of children face starvation

Famine and conflict are having a devastating impact on 25 million people in East Africa.

World Vision is there, providing over one million people with clean water, food, and healthcare. But we need to reach more, and we can with your help. Your support today will save lives.

Pictured: This family begins the walk home from a food distribution in drought ridden Kenya.

There’s still time to show your support!

40 Hour Famine

There’s still time to show your support!

The children of Syria certainly didn’t start the war, but arguably they’re the generation that has suffered the most. This 40 Hour Famine thousands of young New Zealanders banded together to raise funds and show the world we can do something about it.

By donating you will be helping to give a generation of Syrian refugee children education and hope for the future.

You can make a difference, you can change a life

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Child Sponsorship

Change a life change a community

Start your sponsorship journey today. Together we can transform a child's life and that of their community.

For $45 a month we support the whole community through education, healthcare, water & sanitation facilities, food security and economic development opportunities to make change for the long term. 
 

Imagine your child dying because you couldn't feed her

Newshub journalist Michael Morrah travelled to East Africa with World Vision this month, reporting on the devastation and sharing some of the stories from the millions affected by the East Africa Hunger Crisis.

There he met Ms Molu (pictured) where she shared the pain of losing her youngest child simply because she wasn't getting enough food.

Read more from Michael Morrah

 

Join us for A Night of Hope this July 

In partnership with churches across the country, we’re so excited to invite you to the 2017 Night of Hope South Island Tour.

This July you have a unique opportunity to come along and meet Charles Kabena, a former sponsored child from Malawi. Charles will be recounting his remarkable story of hardship, courage and transformation, alongside live music by award-winning artist Levi McGrath. 

This is a FREE event for all ages. Bring your family and friends and celebrate Charles’ story of hope!
 

Find out more