Lenny, a former sponsored child in the Philippines, understands what it means to give. She is willing to use her professional skills to stop the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, Lenny was assigned to a triage area to conduct checks for people with coughs and cold symptoms.
Peter has been a World Vision driver for ten years. In the midst of the pandemic, he remains committed to his role and duties, making sure that food assistance is delivered on time.
In South Sudan, World Vision drivers are not only threatened by the pandemic from cross-community travel, but also different challenges on the way.
Geologist Kefa, World Vision Kenya’s drilling team supervisor, and his team has continued to drill boreholes across the country, providing communities with clean water to counter the pandemic.
For Kefa and his team, their greatest satisfaction comes from providing water sources for families and children facing water crisis in Kenya.
Raphael set up a handwashing facility at the entrance of his home for his family and guests to use.
Before playing football, Raphael helps his friends understand more about COVID-19 prevention measures.
In the morning, I thank God for giving me life and the opportunity to follow in His footsteps to serve the poor and needy.
Lawayish, now in grade 10, lives in a village 430km north of Addis Ababa, the capital of Ethiopia.
More and more parents in Cambodia are leaving their villages to seek new opportunities elsewhere.
Now 50, Jacinta is still living with the life-long consequences of FGM.
In 2020, World Vision Hong Kong contributed about HK$20.35 million to support 4 ADPs in Tanzania.