Monthly Archives: February 2016

Regarding Henry

Regarding Henry | World Vision Blog

Madison is growing up well nourished because of the training her grandmother received. (Photo: 2016 Laura Reinhardt/World Vision)

In rural Honduras, our "Common Pot" program learns from families whose children are thriving and teaches those lessons to other families to help them better cook for and nourish their children!

Meet a family that helped bring World Vision to their community and see the transformative difference that better nutrition makes.

Living to love

Living to love | World Vision Blog

The Syrian refugee crisis is at the forefront of the world’s concerns. But there are other places around the world where poverty and violence are forcing family members to leave home to search for a better life: about 60 million people today are refugees or displaced … including from Honduras.

World Vision is working to create opportunities in Honduras with one hope: to give people a reason to stay. Gennri and Marisol’s love story is a perfect example.

Photos from Iraq: Overwhelmed by hope

Photos from Iraq: Overwhelmed by hope | World Vision Blog

Zaina was born while her family was displaced by conflict in Iraq.
(Photo: 2015 Christine Anderson)

Writer and photographer Christine Anderson recently traveled with us to Iraq, where she met baby Zaina and her family, who have been displaced by conflict.

Journey with her to meet the people she encountered along the way, and see the hope she discovered there for Iraqis struggling to survive.

UPDATE: Our Zika virus response

UPDATE: Zika virus outbreak | World Vision Blog

Television update in Honduras. (Photo: Kari Costanza/World Vision)

An update on the Zika virus outbreak in the Americas: what’s happening, how World Vision’s expertise with Ebola supports our response and prevention efforts, and what you can do today to help make a difference.

The hidden side of humanitarian crisis: Gender-based violence

The hidden side of humanitarian crisis: Gender-based violence | World Vision Blog

Photo: Ralph Baydoun/World Vision

During humanitarian crises like armed conflict and natural disasters, violence—especially against women and girls—has been shown to increase. This culture of violence can be one of the greatest challenges for people like refugees who are affected by crisis.

In these situations, some parents marry their young daughters off early to protect them … but in reality, child marriage is just another form of this violence. Our gender expert explains: