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National Director
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Laura Blank
International News Director
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Cynthia Colin
Senior Director
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Yazidis, members of a religious minority, fled fighting in Sinjar, Iraq. They are among an estimated 1.2 million displaced people seeking safety in Kurdish-controlled territory. PHOTO: World Vision

Thousands fleeing violence in Iraq

World Vision is providing emergency relief to families in desperate need of food, water and medicine in northern Iraq.

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A young man fleeing four years of violence in El Salvador told World Vision: "When the government and the police are working to diminish violence, that’s the day when I go back. But now I am heading to the U.S. I'll be safe there and will find a job." PHOTO: ©2014 David Munoz / World Vision

U.S. border crisis: Children fleeing violence

World Vision is increasing efforts in the U.S. and abroad to assist children caught in the growing humanitarian crisis along the U.S. border.

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Families displaced by the violence in South Sudan wait on a crowded bus in Juba, hoping to flee to safety. PHOTO: Nhial Wei / World Vision

Crisis in South Sudan: Children's lives at risk!

World Vision urges: Listen to the cries of afflicted children and seek a negotiated solution to the conflict in South Sudan! Read our new report here.

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Syrian refugee Fatima, 8, with her father and younger brother Hakim. The family left Syria for Lebanon after their home was hit by rockets. Some members of the family have lost their lives in the conflict. PHOTO: Alexander Whittle / World Vision

Syrian children 'may never recover' from conflict

If the world continues to turn its back on Syria, it is the children who’ll continue to suffer the most.

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Press Releases & Resources

13-year-old Ammar works in his uncle's shop in Jordan and is often too sick or tired to attend school. His family fled the violence in Syria. PHOTO: Lauren Fisher / World Vision
Jan 21, 2014

Geneva talks critical for the protection of millions of children, says World Vision

Talks in Geneva are critical for the protection of millions of children, says World Vision.

 In partnership with UNHCR, World Vision supplied blankets, hygiene kits, and baby kits to Syrian refugees in Bekaa Valley, Lebanon. World Vision also gave people e-vouchers to buy what they need for winter, like blankets or a stove.
Jan 20, 2014

Failure of Geneva II talks would put millions of lives at risk, warns aid coalition

The failure of Geneva II talks would put millions of lives at risk, warns aid coalition.
In partnership with UNHCR, World Vision is helping Syrian refugee children like Manal, nearly three-years-old, living in Bekaa Valley, Lebanon, by supplying families with blankets, hygiene kits, and baby kits, as well as e-vouchers for them to buy what they need for winter, like blankets or a stove.
Jan 20, 2014

Geneva II Joint Letter

An open letter to world leaders, on behalf of Syria's children.

Honorata*, 10, at Mugunga Camp for internally displaced near Goma, DRC. PHOTO: Simon Rawles / World Vision
Jan 15, 2014

As peace process unfolds, children in eastern Congo live in fear, says new report

Children in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) experience disturbing levels of violence and fear, a new report by aid agency World Vision finds.

Abiya, 6, and her family were forced to flee Syria after her father was killed in the conflict. PHOTO: Nick Ralph / World Vision
Jan 15, 2014

World Vision welcomes the approximately $2.4 billion committed at the Kuwait pledging conference today

World Vision welcomes $2.4 billion committed at Kuwait pledging conference for Syria crisis.

Jan 13, 2014

No One To Turn To: Life for Children in Eastern DRC

Children in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) are tired of conflict. In one of the toughest places in the world to be a child, many describe atrocities committed so frequently that they believe that violence is inevitable.

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