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Suffering people tell World Vision staff, “This is the worst drought we have ever seen.”
In rural Niger, one man's family suffered from the community's dirty water source.
On the Kili Climb 4 Kids, JD Scott and others are traveling to Tanzania and summit Africa’s highest mountain, Mount Kilimanjaro, to raise awareness about global child slavery.
World Vision has been forced to stop its life-saving interventions, including nutrition programs for children and distribution of blankets, sleeping mats, hygiene products, shelter materials, and mosquito nets, because of ongoing violence in South Sudan's Unity State.
Watch some of our videos from Nepal to understand the enormity of the need after the disaster and learn more about how we are helping children and communities.
World Malaria Day, April 25, is a time to celebrate the progress made in defeating this preventable, treatable disease, while recognizing the work that remains to save children, families, and communities from needless suffering and death.
Bringing together congressional staffers, USAID, and development experts from as far away as Zimbabwe; World Vision hosted a special event explaining how U.S. funding translates into long-term change for some of the world’s most vulnerable.
Not many people have heard of fragile states — but they are considered ground zero for the future of extreme poverty. Our fragile states expert, Jonathan Papoulidis, answers questions about how country fragility affects children in poverty who are living in the margins and how countries can overcome these challenges.