Tag Archives: Africa

Ending the HIV epidemic: Leaving no young woman behind

Ending the HIV epidemic: Leaving no young woman behind | World Vision Blog

Girls age 10-14 listen as a youth engagement officer leads them in a discussion on HIV prevention, care, and treatment in Mozambique as part of World Vision’s USAID-funded DREAMS program. (Photo: ©2016 World Vision staff)

As a former physician practicing in a busy maternity ward in a hospital in Africa, Gloria Ekpo has seen the devastation of HIV and AIDS up close.

But she’s also seen progress.

Read how we’re working to leave no young woman behind and to empower them toward an AIDS-free generation!

How Nelson Mandela influenced my aid-worker life

How Nelson Mandela influenced my aid-worker life | World Vision Blog

Jacques and Salumu, 8 and 7, live in Rutshuru in the DRC and have never stepped into a classroom. In Rutshuru, a conflict zone until recently, the fate of children is still a serious issue. (©2013 Aimee N'simire Manimani/World Vision)

Today is Nelson Mandela International Day! In honor and remembrance of him, Aimee N'simire Manimani, former World Vision communications officer in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, reflects on how Nelson Mandela influenced her career as an aid worker.