In the ever-changing circumstances, we have been constantly reminded to love ourselves and cherish those around us.
A country that we were previously unfamiliar with has now become the centre of much of our attention.
“My mother told me that I had to quit school because they could no longer pay for my school fees.”
24-year-old Yom Ater was left with five children after her husband passed away.
When schools in Cambodia were closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, children’s education and development were affected.
In 2021, World Vision Hong Kong contributed about HK$87.84 million to support 5 ADPs and 8 other projects in Zimbabwe.
Ukraine. A country that we were previously unfamiliar with has now become the centre of much of our attention.
The UN states that in 2020, 2 billion people lacked safely managed drinking water services free from contamination.
You may have never visited Bangladesh, but it is likely that you will see many products in your wardrobe that are made there.
As the saying goes, “it takes ten years to nurture a tree, but a hundred years to train a man”.
For the last year or so, we may have a feeling that our lives have been rather plain, but not normal at all.
The pandemic’s imminent threats to children’s well-being are very evident, but sadly remain underrated and unaddressed.
For many students, this year’s first day of school must have been an eagerly anticipated and somewhat trembling moment.
This year, we are experiencing the biggest crisis of global health and economy since World War II.
In the past few months, our minds have been fully occupied by a pandemic that breaks out among us, not realising that locusts......
Every year, we set new personal goals for ourselves, and turn them into a series of to-do lists.
In some countries, deeply-rooted traditions, concepts and norms often restrain children and families from seeking change.
Many in the world still have vivid memories of the genocides that took place in Cambodia (1970s) and Rwanda (1990s).
Back in the 1950s, only 30% of the global population lived in cities, a figure that skyrocketed to 55% in 2018.
In recent years, over 120 million people have needed urgent humanitarian assistance and protection each year.
It is a common belief that family is the greatest source of well-being.
It is not uncommon to see parents raise sons and daughters using very different approaches and with very different expectatio......
The International Labour Organisation (ILO) reports that 152 million children worldwide, that is, almost one in every ten chi......
It is said that “history repeats itself.” We often see examples of repeated mistakes, especially in wars and armed conflicts.......
Violence may seem to be irrelevant to children, yet nothing could be further from the truth than this.
50 years ago, an Indian boy named Kailash Satyarthi saw a small boy shining shoes at the school gate. He then went to the boy......
Today, humanitarian needs are exceeding historical records. We must not forget about those living among crises and disasters.
If children don't achieve that one goal in the first decade of life, they may struggle for the decades to come.
Local ownership and capacity building are the keys to sustaining community development.
We can't prevent a natural disaster from happening, however, we can reduce the damages done by it.