“After my undergrad, I got a one-year internship with World Vision in Kenya. I am now the communications manager of World Vision Somalia. My greatest motivation as a humanitarian communicator is getting to be disaster-affected people’s voice and being able to shine a light on the issues I witness first-hand and amplify these issues on their behalf.” – Lucy Murunga
“I remember us being so happy when we saw the lorry loaded with food aid coming to our village. As I grew up, there was also peer pressure for girls like me to undergo female genital mutilation (FGM) and get married instead of going to school. But I decided to focus on my studies instead. Now, I am working as a child protection advocacy officer for World Vision Kenya to safeguard children’s rights.” – Everlin Lenaikoi
In 2023, we are finally moving out of the pandemic.
14-year-old Xa lives in a village in the north-central region of Vietnam, where women are the breadwinners of the family.
Svetlana and her two children are among the millions of refugees who left behind families, home and friends in Ukraine.
Last year, World Vision Zambia conducted soap-making training to empower members of savings groups.
In 2022, World Vision Hong Kong contributed about HK$27.95 million to support 6 APs and 1 other project in Cambodia.