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World Vision is providing supplies to overwhelmed hospitals in the conflict-ridden eastern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and is working to meet the needs of displaced and vulnerable children and families.
Struggles for families in need intensify during Armenia’s long, frigid winters. Some are forced into the unimaginable position of choosing between buying food or warm clothing to help their children survive the bone-chilling cold.
See how World Vision sponsorship has helped bring new hope to a family in Armenia — as well as their neighbors and entire community.
Microloans are a sustainable way to help hard-working entrepreneurs lift themselves and others out of crushing poverty. By giving a Micro gift card this Christmas season, you can honor a loved one and provide a resource that has the potential to empower an unlimited number of people in need.
World AIDS Day is December 1. This story from Zambia is an example of how World Vision continues to come alongside families and communities affected by HIV, giving them the resources they need to live healthy, hopeful lives.
Thanks to World Vision’s sponsorship program in their village in Bangladesh, this new year will be one of greater stability and hope for Rubina, her husband, and her daughter, who once faced desperate need.
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.