34 millionpeople in Africa are experiencing the worst humanitarian crisis in decades due to drought, famine, and conflict. That's nearly the entire population of Canada. But we believe a Hunger Free world is possible.

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In partnership with Canadians, our work to improve the nutrition of severely malnourished children has a 90% success rate.

World Vision is the UN World Food Programme's largest partner on the ground, distributing food and helping children in the fight to end hunger.

 

We believe a
Hunger Free world
is possible.





 

Boldly transform the lives of children...

What We Do and How We Do It

We’re a global relief, development and advocacy organization empowering children, families and their communities to overcome poverty and injustice.

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LOVE

Love is what drives everything we do, compelling us to work together to make the world a better place for children.

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BRAVERY

We choose bravery. Together, we’re going boldly into places where others aren’t working to help children who need it the most.

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EFFECTIVENESS

Our work is effective and we are making lasting and sustainable change. Our goal is to put ourselves out of work.

What’s Happening in World News


News of big needs and great hope. Fair warning – we’re biased towards hope.



 
Special Features 5 tips for capturing a social media-worthy meal

Food writer and photographer (and Hungerfree spokesperson) Dennis the Prescott knows a thing or two about fab food photography.

From the Field Young woman starts program to feed 1,200 schoolchildren
Wawira’s story began with a single realization, “What did I do to deserve a better life than other kids around me?” While she grew up with comfort and three meals a day, there were those in her community of Ruiru, Kenya who didn’t have access to nutritious food or quality education. 

From the Field What happens when refugees are given land instead of tents

More than a million South Sudanese refugees have poured into Uganda in the last year, forming the biggest refugee settlement in the world. But instead of tents being closely compacted together in a grid, they dotted the landscape organically with vegetation filling the gaps in between.


Special Features How generosity can build the world
In the Dominican Republic, in slums pressed between vacation resorts, there is a café without tables, without chairs. You’ll never find it on Yelp. It's a café that taught me about true generosity.