Press Releases

19 Feb 2020, Singapore — World Vision is increasing its response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) health crisis in China by reaching more vulnerable groups. Since 3rd February 2020, World Vision is on the ground in China helping to contain an outbreak of COVID-19 that has already infected tens of thousands of people. World Vision aims to reach 390,000 people with a range of emergency health interventions.

Orphaned, abandoned and vulnerable children are the top priority one week after Cyclone Idai tore through Mozambique.?World Vision continues to rush aid workers into disaster-ravaged areas across southeast Africa to respond to the Cyclone Idai catastrophe, which has affected millions and left as many as 1,000 people dead in Mozambique. ?

SINGAPORE, 1 – 2 June 2018 – As part of a humanitarian themed amazing race, over 240 youths from?different schools will embark on the 30 Hour Famine Camp’s Backpack Challenge, World Vision’s annual flagship youth engagement programme to experience first-hand the realities of inequality.

SINGAPORE, 15 January?2018?–?To support the nurturing of young social leaders who are empathetic,?service-oriented?and passionate about championing social causes, World Vision signed a?Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with?Ngee Ann Polytechnic (NP) last Saturday (13 Jan). The MOU will allow for the co-creation and execution of service-learning projects by NP students, in conjunction with World Vision.

Global children’s charity World Vision is urging world leaders to join forces at the UN General Assembly and press for peace in Myanmar’s Rakhine State.

More than 400,000 people have fled the conflict in neighbouring Bangladesh, with children and families caught up in violence and cross-fire. Refugees World Vision has interviewed in Bangladesh have reported witnessing abominable brutality and arson.