Masika was 12 when she was forced to flee her home in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo after rebel forces murdered her parents.
When you live in one of the world’s most dangerous places, life can change in an instant. World Vision’s special programmes that Childhood Rescue supports can quickly pivot and respond to any newly arising threats.
Experience reality in the most dangerous places
250+ Million children live in dangerous places
Realities of Living in dangerous places
Children Affected by Armed Conflict in the DR of Congo
Mahoro, 17, lives in a region of the Democratic Republic of Congo which is frequently caught in battles between rebel groups and government forces.
Drought and Food Shortage in Afghanistan
Cycles of drought and flash floods have been devastating for the people living in displacement camps around Herat, Afghanistan.
Honduran Gang Violence
Juan is 8 years old and lives in one of the dangerous, gang-controlled neighborhoods of San Pedro Sula, Honduras, the Murder Capital of the world.
Will you help children in the world’s most dangerous places?
Your support will help children where the need is greatest to survive, recover and build a future with interventions such as:
Preventing COVID-19 in South Sudan
To prevent the spread of COVID-19 in South Sudan, World Vision has made clean water available to over 125,000 people displaced by conflict.
Sending children back to school in Honduras
Since 2000, 94 million children around the globe have been rescued from exploitative and hazardous work.
Fighting child marriage in Afghanistan
One in three girls in Afghanistan are married before they're 18 but World Vision's efforts are keeping girls in school and breaking the cycle of poverty.
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