The best way to address emigration is through a comprehensive community development effort that unleashes the incredible spirit of the Honduran people. World Vision has been able to tap into their faith and spirit, and it's creating opportunity that is stopping emigration and transforming lives.
See our four-year plan to help bring clean water and a path to a prosperous future to Honduras!
There have been more than half a million cases of the Zika virus so far across 47 countries.
Focusing on the five most affected countries, which are in Latin America, we're working to empower communities to combat the virus by learning new behaviors that help prevent and treat the disease.
Our photo series shows how!
This is the story of two fathers in Honduras: Jose Gustavo, a farmer who is motivated by his faith and the loss of his daughter Maria Paula, and Hector, whose 16-year-old daughter Janeth helps him grow coffee.
Read how overcoming poverty through sponsorship and economic development helps to defend childhood and enables children to experience full lives right where God planted them.
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.
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.
Last summer, World Vision began responding to a crisis of unaccompanied children coming into the U.S. from Central American countries like Honduras.
Why are these children leaving home?
In today's Q&A, Matt Stephens—our senior advisor for child protection—answers this question and explores how World Vision is working to address the root causes of this crisis by promoting hope at home.
Today is National Hunger Awareness Day!
In Honduras, Santos Cosme, his wife Santos Vasquez, and their five children face a better future without the threat of malnutrition because of World Vision’s training in improved farming techniques.
Santos V. says that without World Vision, her children “would be poor and poor in mind as well.”
Read their story of transformation!
Halloween traces its roots back to ancient harvest festivals.
Today, five of our staff writers from around the world – India, Ethiopia, Cambodia, Honduras, and Bolivia – describe how the harvest season is traditionally celebrated in their part of the world!
Maria's family in Honduras fell into hard times when her husband left her and her children … until they were registered for sponsorship.
Read how her son's sponsor, Bob, who cares for their whole family, has been as "if God had put for them a guardian angel,” according to Maria, and how her twin sons are following in his footsteps!
Reflecting on the humanitarian crisis of vulnerable children along the U. S. border, Rich Stearns – president of World Vision U.S. – writes that, following Jesus, "the best solutions come from a compassionate heart."
World Vision writer and photographer Laura Reinhardt writes today about a father in Honduras whose faith brought him back to his family.