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U.S. Department of State calls out countries that have failed to show improvements in fighting human trafficking, in its 2013 Trafficking in Persons report released today. The report shows a 30% increase in countries using child soldiers. Some receive U.S. military aid.
A coalition of national faith-based charities this week will urge Senate leaders to preserve tax deductions on charitable donations.
The House Subcommittee on State and Foreign Operations on Friday voted for only $40.6 billion in funding for fiscal year 2014, effectively gutting spending for key international programs that seek to help people lift themselves out of extreme poverty.
Seven out of 10 countries using child soldiers receive U.S. military support, despite a U.S. law against it.
Drew and Jonathan Scott of HGTV’s Property Brothers traveled to India with World Vision for a firsthand look at the conditions that drive children into dangerous, degrading, and dirty work.
Dangerous, Dirty, Degrading: Some 115 million children work in “3-D” jobs, and the impact is devastating. Learn the facts and take action against child slavery.
The brutal reality of children working in mines in the Democratic Republic of Congo is the focus of a new World Vision report.
In Niger, preventable child deaths have been steadily decreasing in World Vision communities, as more mothers learn how to best protect their children from disease and malnutrition.
|The Deauville, France G8 Declaration (PDF, May 2011)||World Vision's letter to President Obama, urging action for children (PDF, May 2010)|
|Examining the Global Food Crisis (PDF, 2011)||World Vision policy calls for the G8 Summit (PDF)|
|ONE's 2013 DATA Report Summary: Financing the Fight for Africa's Transformation (PDF)|