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National Director
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International News Director
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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

In Malakal, South Sudan, towns have been destroyed and many families have been forced to flee from the violence into United Nations shelters. PHOTO: Nadene Robertson / World Vision
Apr 29, 2014

NGOs condemn attacks on civilians in South Sudan and emphasize a need for urgent humanitarian assistance

Non‐governmental organizations express deep concern at the serious escalation in violence in South Sudan, which has resulted in the deaths of hundreds of civilians and is exacerbating an already profound humanitarian crisis.

"What YouTube Missed" video
Apr 29, 2014

World Vision calls on Congress to make unseen children count

To encourage countries to improve birth registration systems, World Vision urges the U.S. House of Representatives to enact the “Girls Count Act."

Thank Ewe Mom
Apr 29, 2014

Donors say “Thank Ewe, Mom” with sheep in her honor

Say "Thank Ewe, Mom" this Mother's Day with the first-ever World Vision Mother's Day Gift Catalog

Malian child Boua eating nutritious porridge. PHOTO: Justin Douglass / World Vision
Apr 24, 2014

World Vision launches 'Famine for One' to help college students and adults fight global hunger

This weekend, World Vision will launch “Famine for One,” a new effort to fight global hunger designed for college students.

Apr 24, 2014

Annual disaster shelter design competition focuses on needs of Syrian refugees

This weekend, John Brown University will host its annual shelter design competition to build a transitional shelter for refugees. This year the prototypes must meet the needs of Syrian refugees living in camps along the Syrian borders of Lebanon, Turkey and Jordan.

Azraq camp in Jordan, a few days ahead of it opening for Syrian refugees. Thousands are expected to fill the camp as the crisis enters its fourth year with no end in sight. PHOTO: Robert Neufeld/World Vision
Apr 24, 2014

New refugee camp opens in Jordan as Syrian humanitarian crisis continues to grow

Azraq, a new refugee camp, will open near Amman, Jordan at the end of April. It has the capacity to host up to 130,000 people, which would make it one of the world's largest. World Vision calls the opening sad but significant.

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