Our Armenia Bloggers Trip starts this week!
Join us on our journey to the land of Noah and of second chances as we explore how World Vision tackles the root causes of poverty in this ancient Christian nation … and during the cold, bitter winter.
Last fall, photographer and storyteller Branden Harvey traveled with our Advocacy team to visit our maternal and child health programs in Zimbabwe!
Today's photoblog captures his journey and the "secretly incredible people" he met along the way.
Today is World Radio Day!
See how “Obbanywa,” a World Vision-produced radio program in Uganda, helps to train volunteer village health team members to identify and treat deadly diseases like malaria!
Elizabeth in Zambia is the matriarch of her family. But this grandmother's primary role isn't only to love and dote on them … she's their provider. And for the past few years, she has struggled.
Through her church and a variety of World Vision programs, Elizabeth can now show her love to her family through food, education, health, and a life transformed out of poverty!
“Armenia has one of the most imbalanced sex ratios at birth in the world.” (UNFPA)
In Armenia, World Vision is working with men, women, and youth in the promotion of gender equality and prevention of prenatal sex selection.
Yeva Avakyan, our senior advisor for gender and formerly on staff with our office in Armenia, describes prenatal sex selection and how World Vision addresses this issue.