Monthly Archives: August 2016

His sister’s keeper: Protecting kids from child sacrifice

His sister’s keeper: Protecting kids from child sacrifice | World Vision Blog

Family friends smooth over the concrete of 6-year-old Trevor's grave after his body was found yesterday. (Photo: Jon Warren/World Vision)

Yesterday, 6-year-old Trevor’s body was found in Uganda. He had been sacrificed by a witchdoctor. Our staff writer Kari is there in Uganda right now.

Pray with us for Trevor’s mother, and see how our Amber Alert program is working to bring children home when they’re abducted:

The crazy love of humanitarian aid workers

The crazy love of humanitarian aid workers | World Vision Blog

World Vision staffer in South Sudan, Michael Angkok with four children he helped unite with relatives after their parents were killed. (Photo: 2015 Jon Warren/World Vision)

What earns humanitarian aid workers the right to speak into the lives of others? Simple: love! Crazy love.

This #WorldHumanitarianDay, hear from our president Richard Stearns about how the example of our staff provokes the question that only the gospel can answer.

True glory: Lessons from Lopez Lomong

True glory: Lessons from Lopez Lomong | World Vision Blog

Lopez Lomong: former South Sudanese "Lost Boy" and refugee in Kenya, and former 5,000 meter runner for the USA Olympic team. (Photo: 2012 Jon Warren/World Vision)

As athletes compete this week in Brazil, they are striving for the glory of being the best in the world.

Former Olympic runner Lopez Lomong's story—of being a Lost Boy of Sudan and refugee, to becoming an American and Olympian—shows us what true glory looks like: "a life lived for others."

Read his story.

World Breastfeeding Week: The value of nutrition

World Breastfeeding Week: The value of nutrition | World Vision Blog

Mazengia breastfeeds her 1-year-old son, Dawit. "I love my family more than anything in this world, and there is nothing that makes me happier than seeing everyone healthy." She attended a program in Ethiopia for mothers that included nutrition training. (Photo: 2015 Kelley Lynch/World Vision)

This week (August 1-7) is World Breastfeeding Week!

Our nutrition expert writes about how exclusive "breastfeeding really is the best start a newborn can have."

Read about the impact that breastfeeding and good nutrition training is making in Ethiopia.