The international aid charity, World Vision warns that three million children will die every year unless governments take far-reaching action to prevent malnutrition.
World Vision today joins a global push for a two-day 'humanitarian pause' in the battle for Aleppo. In all, 34 international bodies are calling for a 48 hour cease-fire that would allow civilians to leave the besieged city and let aid through.
On June 15th, 2016, Mohammad El Halabi, the manager of operations for World Vision in Gaza, was arrested on his way home from routine meetings.
Statement by Kevin Jenkins, President and CEO of World Vision International, on Mohammad El Halabi's arrest.
World Vision reacts to the heartbreaking image of five-year-old Omran being pulled from rubble in Aleppo.
World Vision responds as earthquakes strike Myanmar and Italy killing scores of people.
World Vision yesterday hosted six Milton Keynes residents who sponsor children in Niger to discuss the charity’s work in the drought-stricken West African country.