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National Director
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International News Director
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Media Relations 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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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 desperately need our protection

1.5 million children have already fled Syria, but more than half that number remain, and are directly threatened by violence.

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Medical supplies, destined to assist in the fight against Ebola in Sierra Leone, await loading on a Boeing 747-400 flight that departed New York on Monday, September 22.  ©2014 Marilynn K. Yee / Genesis Photos.

Fighting Ebola in West Africa

World Vision, McKesson, and other donors have prepared a massive shipment of medical supplies to support Sierra Leone health workers.

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The World Vision Gift Catalog provides 100+ presents with a purpose.

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Press Releases & Resources

Mobile Giving Foundation
Aug 14, 2014

Mobile Giving Alliance formed to maximize mobile’s benefits for charitable organizations

In an effort to maximize the impact of mobile technology in the charitable sector, American Red Cross, American Cancer Society, World Vision, U.S. Fund for UNICEF and United Way Worldwide today launched a coalition initiative called the Mobile Giving Alliance.

A 24-year-old woman and her 4-year-old son stay at a shelter in Texas after fleeing El Salvador. PHOTO: Eugene Lee / World Vision
Aug 1, 2014

World Vision: House bill fails to protect children or address root causes of U.S. border crisis

Bill changes Trafficking Victims Protection Act, which passed with bipartisan support in 2008 as a way to protect vulnerable children.

Jul 26, 2014

U.S. border crisis: Children fleeing violence

World Vision is marshaling resources in the United States and abroad to assist children and families caught in the growing humanitarian crisis along the U.S. border. The U.S. Government estimates that at least 60,000 unaccompanied children will be seeking to cross the border this year alone – a number that is also expected to double in 2015. How should we respond?

Jerusalem
Jul 25, 2014

World Vision suspends operations in Gaza, commends Kerry for call for ceasefire

World Vision is deeply distressed by the ongoing violence, soaring death toll and destruction to civilian infrastructure resulting from the ongoing hostilities between Hamas and Israel.

Community members and church leaders hold a candlelight vigil in India to push for an end to human trafficking and forced labor. PHOTO: Impuri Ngayawon / World Vision
Jul 24, 2014

Child protection expert testifies before human rights hearing

World Vision calling for renewed committment to bi-lateral tools that bring government, non-profits, communities together to tackle problem.

The Alliance to End Slavery and Trafficking (logo)
Jul 22, 2014

Coalition calls for important trafficking protections to remain in place, protecting children fleeing violence

The Alliance to End Slavery and Trafficking says removing or changing the TVPRA would weaken legal protections for unaccompanied children and make victims of human trafficking particularly vulnerable.

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