61 NGOs warn of worsening crisis in Myanmar, call for refugees’ engagement on safe, voluntary returns
World Vision is one of 61 local, national and international NGOs working in Myanmar and Bangladesh calling for Rohingya refugees to have a role in decision-making about their own lives, including conditions for their return to Myanmar.
for safety and dignity in Bangladesh as refugees. In a joint statement released …
This World Humanitarian Day, we honour the women who work on the front line of their own communities in some of the most difficult places. This is Qamar Al-Kurdi's story.
refugees. She is a karate teacher with World
The fight against Ebola has intensified after the first Ebola death in the major city of Goma in the DRC, World Vision warns today.
are people who move in the border and refugees who are fleeing violence in DRC. We must be
World Vision is delivering life-sustaining aid to hundreds of thousands of children and their families as monsoon rains lash the world’s largest refugee camp.
home to a megacity of one million Rohingya refugees from Myanmar. Meteorologists forecast …
Statement by World Vision and other NGOs following the demolition of refugees' homes in Arsal.
following the demolition of refugees homes in …
At least 15,000 Syrian children face homelessness as their homes in Arsal, Lebanon, are scheduled for demolition.
built by Syrian refugees using materials other than timber and …
Children fear they might not be able to go back to school after the devastation of Cyclone Fani in India and Bangladesh.
Rohingya refugees living in temporary shelters. Fred
World Vision UK has launched an emergency appeal to fund the humanitarian response to Cyclone Fani.
Rohingya refugees living in temporary shelters in the world’s
World Vision is ready to provide emergency humanitarian assistance in Bangladesh and India, as Cyclone Fani threatens millions of families.
ready to go in the camps and thousands of refugees have worked on improvements to camp roads
As the international community came together for the 7th consecutive year to commit to helping Syrians inside their country, as well as refugees and their hosts, 15 aid agencies called today for a sustained follow-up to ensure political and funding support translates into meaningful improvements for all Syrians.
as well as refugees and their …
Education and income-generating opportunities must be made top priorities for the nearly 1 million Rohingya still languishing in the world’s largest refugee camp.
opportunities renders Rohingya refugees dependent on …
Freezing temperatures, rain and snow have exacerbated already dire conditions in Lebanon’s refugee camps, leaving an estimated 70,000 Syrians at risk.
refugees in 28 informal tented settlements. We are
World Vision UK has launched a campaign to end violence against the world’s most vulnerable children, It Takes A World.
One year after arriving in Bangladesh, 890,000 children and adults are still living in limbo in the world’s largest refugee camp.
dignified and sustainable return of refugees. Until conditions are in …
This summer we desperately need to help children and families around the world who have been forced to flee their homes due to terrifying violence, poverty or disaster. Our focus is on providing the most basic human needs.
along with helping to improve refugees’ lives through education and jobs training.
Torrential downpours have triggered flooding and landslides in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, damaging hundreds of refugee shelters and killing several people including a toddler, according to government reports.
refugees. Refugees were also hired through …
More than 250 child soldiers associated with South Sudan’s numerous fighting groups will be released today following the successful intervention of World Vision and other aid agencies.
both as refugees and internally displaced persons.
International children’s charity, World Vision, has scaled up efforts to support Syrian families camped out in Lebanon as winter takes hold in the refugee settlements.
agencies to cover the needs of vulnerable refugees and Lebanese affected by the Syria Crisis …
International children’s charity World Vision has denounced a government offensive against internally displaced people on the outskirts of the Somali capital, Mogadishu.
Sajeda’s had a good start to 2018. Four months since she arrived in Bangladesh with her 18-month-old son, she is now able to breathe a sigh of relief.
“My baby is back to his old self – energetic, bubbly and always asking for food,” she smiles.
A few days before 2017 ended, she learned that her son, Harech, is no longer severely malnourished.
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