Jannatul and Sara come from different corners of the world, yet they suffer the same fate as conflicts have turned their lives upside down in an instant.
One in six children in the world lives in areas affected by armed conflict. This figure has risen by 74% in the past decade.
28 million children are on the move, because they were forced to flee their homes.
We know that ebbs and flows of life do not reflect someone’s worth. Children now living in adverse situation may change the world someday, if only they receive the help they need. Therefore, World Vision seeks to go alongside with children and families affected by conflict, through providing different forms of support and assistance. You may become World Vision Partners, and help us bring hope to those in conflicts.
Provide 5 refugee families with seeds in a year, so as to help open up livelihood opportunities, and ensure them a stable supply of food and income.
Provide 4 conflict-affected children early childhood education in a year, equipping them with the necessary knowledge to catch up on their studies when formal schooling is available.
Provide 10 conflict-affected children Child Friendly Spaces in a year, that they can play, learn and receive psychosocial support, and be protected from child labour and human trafficking.
Since last century, World Vision has been responding to the world’s most urgent disasters and humanitarian crises, by delivering timely aids to conflicted and vulnerable areas. The goal of World Vision is to be “first in” and “last out”—seeing families and communities through hardship to restoration.
As soon as conflict erupts, the displaced lack basic necessities such as food, clean water and shelter, and live in constant hunger, illness and fear. You can help them regain the capacity to thrive.
In areas affected by conflict, infrastructure is often destroyed or inadequate. Families are unable to make ends meet, meaning that children live with limited assurance. You can help them rebuild livelihoods.
During conflicts or crises, children are traumatised by the inevitable separation from, or the loss of, their loved ones, and left to live in despair. You can help them restore hope.