Six months on - Nepal earthquake survivors face new challenges
Six months after a devastating earthquake struck Nepal, World Vision continues to overcome enormous obstacles to help people in need in one of Asia's poorest landlocked nations. Since the 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck on April 25th, Nepal has struggled to rebuild in the face of political uncertainty and a shortage of fuel for vehicles, which has hampered the distribution of relief supplies, particularly in remote regions.
October 23, 2015
Federal election reaction from Canada's largest international NGO
As the election results become known, it's important to highlight the interest that Canadians expressed in global affairs during this campaign. Canada needs to build on its commitment to measures that improve the lives of the world's most vulnerable children, according to World Vision, Canada's largest international relief, development and advocacy organization.
October 19, 2015
Southwestern Ontario campaign for children launched today
Today World Vision is launching the Southwestern Ontario Campaign for Children. It is an opportunity for the international aid organization to thank residents for their incredible generosity, and give others a chance to sponsor a child and change a life.
October 07, 2015
Supporting refugee relief efforts in Europe and Middle East
The global humanitarian agency World Vision has launched relief efforts to help Syrian children and families seeking asylum in Europe. Today, the agency began distributing baby kits and items for mothers and their families currently living in camps in Subotica and Kanjiza in northern Serbia, near the Hungarian border.
September 09, 2015
Canadian Humanitarian Heroes
To mark World Humanitarian Day tomorrow (August 19), World Vision is asking Canadians to recognize those who help others in the world’s most dangerous places.
August 18, 2015
World Vision teams up with Micronutrient Initiative to reduce newborn and maternal mortality
July 08, 2015
Four-year-old art prodigy holds first gallery showing
This week, Cosette Swart, 4, possibly the youngest member of Canada's art community is holding her first gallery showing in her hometown of Calgary. Compared to Jackson Pollack, her pieces sell for hundreds of dollars, and go faster than she can create them
June 25, 2015
Canadian kids work for change
A large group of Vancouver school children experienced World Vision’s Child Labour Challenge to mark World Day Against Child Labour..
June 11, 2015