Vulnerable children and communities need your support to survive this new and deadly phase of the COVID-19 pandemic.
We urgently need your help to provide access to clean water, set up hand-washing stations, continue to deliver life-saving food aid, support healthcare workers, distribute protective kits and promote safe hygiene practices.
34 million people worldwide - half of them children - face aching hunger, malnutrition and the onset of starvation because of the compounding impact of poverty, conflict, climate change and COVID-19.
You can help stop hunger, malnutrition and the onset of starvation through our partnership with the World Food Programme.
All that most Syrian children know is a life of war. The brutal and violent conflict has been raging on in Syria for ten years. Children have lost their homes, loved ones and everything familiar to them. We need your help to save lives and protect children.
Children in northern Ethiopia urgently need you. They are caught in the middle of a deadly conflict and food is running out. With your support, we can provide children and families with urgently needed life-saving essentials such as food, water, and shelter.
Violence against Rohingya communities in Myanmar’s Rakhine State has forced over 940,000 people, including over 500,000 children, to flee their homes to refugees camps in Cox’s Bazar in Bangladesh.
Please join us at World Vision in praying for the people of Haiti today.
As the people of Haiti are grappling with the devastating impact of the 7.2 magnitude earthquake that struck on Sunday 16th August, please join us in prayer.
Pray for the rescue of those still trapped in the rubble. Pray for families grieving the loss of their mums, dads, brothers, and sisters. Pray for communities faced with the reality of rebuilding their lives from what little is left. Pray for Haiti with us today.
World Vision is extremely concerned for children in Afghanistan. Young and adolescent girls and boys experience conflict and instability, displacement and multidimensional poverty distinctly and disproportionately. The current situation has impacted children greatly, compounding the child protection risks associated with the ongoing drought, internal displacement, COVID-19, and food and water insecurity.
World Vision is working alongside our partners to ensure children are protected and spared the consequences of conflict and instability.
On Sunday 16th of August 2021, a devastating 7.2 magnitude earthquake struck Haiti. A country that is already struggling with poverty, civil unrest, and the deadly impacts of COVID-19. The earthquake has left the people of Haiti in despair. Homes, churches, and schools have been flattened. There are reports coming through of hospitals being overwhelmed. Thousands are feared dead.
Generous Kiwis like you supported the most vulnerable people in Haiti when the last earthquake struck, taking the lives of more than 200,000.
Since then, World Vision's global team have been working to help Haitians rebuild their lives. Right now, World Vision's expert emergency response team is on the ground assessing the damage from the 7.2 magnitude earthquake that struck on Sunday 16th August to determine what action is needed to help those in urgent need.
Ongoing conflict and instability have caused disruptions to World Vision Afghanistan's operations and delays in project implementation. Drought, displacement, conflict, and COVID-19 have made access to some communities increasingly challenging.
World Vision Afghanistan is continuously monitoring the situation and engaging remotely with affected populations where possible. We’re also working alongside our partners to ensure we do everything we can to keep children and their families safe.
As part of an international partnership working in nearly 100 countries, World Vision New Zealand pursues the highest standards of stewardship and accountability.
In 2020, 83.9% of World Vision New Zealand's total operating expenses were used for international program support that benefited children, families and communities in need. Learn more.