Spotlight issue: Sudden conflict
From ABC to SOS
Sudden Conflict means that gunshots, bombs, and danger can arrive at any moment — even in the middle of class. Nobody can plan a life around this. In 2017, we helped over 10 million people living in these conditions, and our job isn’t over yet.
250+ million children live in dangerous places
Realities of living in dangerous places
Supply life-saving essentials
You’ll help World Vision provide emergency care in disasters and lifesaving essentials such as food, clean water, education, sanitation, medicine, and healthcare.
Give a childhood back to child soldiers
You’ll help World Vision rehabilitate former child soldiers and establish early-childhood education programs.
Provide better futures for all
You’ll help give World Vision a foundation to build long-term solutions to make high-risk regions more secure, provide stability and mitigate the underlying causes of fragility.
of funding goes to field programs and advocacy work
goes to fundraising
goes to administration and accountability
Life goes on for Shaima
Thanks to your support, Shaima and her family are now safe. Now, she’s taking pride in working with World Vision to help other refugees rebuild their lives.
More about your donation
Why does the fund need to be flexible?
The nature of the conditions World Vision is combating are highly unstable. Things change quickly, so we need to be able to allocate money accordingly. Some of your donation can go towards supplying clean water, some of it can go to help communities fundraise.
Is my donation in good hands?
World Vision takes pride in the fact that we have been working in the world’s most dangerous places for over 30 years. When we move in to aid and rebuild a community, we’re there for the long haul.
How do I know I’m making an impact?
World Vision is dedicated to sharing the stories of all those involved. Check back anytime to read about field worker experiences or personal stories of those we’re helping. You can also get email updates once you make your donation.
Who is actually putting my money to use in the field?
Our field workers can come from anywhere in the world. In fact, over 95% of World Vision staff are local, hired to work in their home regions as a way to build up stronger communities.