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T*, now 17, was lured into a dark world of sex trafficking and exploitation through poverty, peer pressure, and a broken home. Her time at World Vision’s trauma recovery center in Cambodia has given her hope for a brighter, safer future.
Fiona’s long trek to get water meant she was often late for school — and punished as a result. A new borehole in her community changed that.
World Vision is the chosen implementing partner of Flash Flood for Good, a social media movement to bring clean water to children.
To help more women and babies survive pregnancy and birth in Afghanistan, where infant and maternal death rates are high, World Vision has helped empower doctors and midwives to provide care to women in remote locations.
A World Vision workshop in Zambia has trained 40 women to go into households around their community and show parents how to prepare nutritious foods for their children. Today malnutrition is virtually non-existent in places where it used to be a major issue.
The Killer Gap report ranks 176 countries around the world according to the size of the gap between those who have access to good health and those who don’t. The U.S is ranked a surprising 46--below countries like Libya, Bosnia and Romania.
Children who regularly attend Child-Friendly Spaces in disaster zones are able to maintain a positive outlook on life, one study says.