Last year World Vision helped more than

30 million people affected by emergencies

Somalia Hunger Crisis - Drought displacement
We are responsive

Global hunger crisis

Urgent life-saving action is needed.

Respond with us
Ukrainian refugee girl with World Vision staff
We are responsive

Ukraine: A country in crisis

Help children and families displaced by conflict.

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World Vision is on the ground responding to the needs of those impacted by the earthquake in Syria and Türkiye


Before, during and after emergencies, we are there.

When humanitarian disasters and conflicts strike it’s children who suffer the most.  Trauma, violence, hunger, and the loss of homes, schooling and a sense of safety all deeply hurt girls and boys.  Children’s lives are completely disrupted. Often, they are forced to flee for their lives.

This is why World Vision works to restore hope by providing children and their communities with food, clean water, mental health support, and education, disease prevention and child protection activities.

World Vision is a global expert, having responded to hundreds of emergencies around the world since the 1950s. We reach tens of millions of children and their loved ones every year.

We stand with communities right from disaster through to recovery and building back. We do it by working with local people, partners, governments and the UN, with funding from a whole range of international and private donors.

Mother caries her child in Sudan
Emergency Response
Sudan Crisis Response

We make a safer world for children by working together with:

Girls in Somalia play to distract themselves from feeling hungry

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