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The story of Mathayo and his family in Tanzania shows how access to basic resources, like agricultural training and farm animals, can help lift an entire family out of poverty. This Christmas, you can honor a loved one by donating a life-changing gift in their name through the World Vision Gift Catalog.
October 11 was the International Day of the Girl. Experience shows that families and communities do best when girls and women are empowered through education to reach their God-given potential. Poverty, exploitation, and gender discrimination are the biggest obstacles to this goal, as illustrated by the story of Heang and her five daughters in Cambodia.
World Vision’s Child-Friendly Spaces offer a safe haven for children impacted by war.
The story of baby Marie in Mali highlights the importance of finding long-term, sustainable solutions for hunger and child malnutrition around the world — and what we’re doing to accomplish just that.
More than 1,600 runners joined Team World Vision to run the 2012 Bank of America Chicago Marathon, making it the largest charity team participating.
Due in large part to improved immunization practices, as well as efforts to eradicate polio, measles, and HIV and AIDS, many of the world’s poorest countries have seen great reductions in the number of children who die before their fifth birthday.
Mabvuto was forced to drop out of school because he had nothing to wear but tattered clothes and routinely suffered from preventable illness. Access to basic clothing and medication could make a world of difference for children like him.
The United Nations has declared October 11 as International Day of the Girl. This inspiring story of 15-year-old Suborna in Bangladesh — who was able to avoid underage marriage and stay in school — highlights World Vision’s global efforts to empower girls and women worldwide.