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International News Director
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Senior Director
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Food kits prepared by volunteers last year to help people affected by Hurricane Sandy. The contents include enough for a family to have breakfast, lunch and dinner all prepared by just adding boiling water. PHOTO: Juliette Lynch/Genesis Photos

Preparing for the 2014 hurricane season

Communities and staff in Latin America and in the U.S. are being trained and supplied for what could be some of the strongest storms of the year.

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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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Watch video: "What YouTube Missed." Lack of data means millions of children suffer without adequate medical care, and many die unseen and invisible, says new World Vision Report.

Birth registration a worldwide need

Lack of data means millions of children suffer without adequate medical care, and many die unseen, says new World Vision report.

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Syrian children in Jordan work together to research, compile and write a child-led report focusing on the challenges facing refugees like themselves. PHOTO: Meg Sattler / World Vision

Two perspectives on the conflict in Syria

What Americans think about the crisis ... versus what the children of Syria think.

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Press Releases & Resources

A young boy named Drisak, at home with his mother and a World Vision nutritionist during a regular home visit to monitor progress. PHOTO: World Vision
Jul 20, 2014

Three years since Somalia famine, aid agencies fear high risk of relapse

Aid agencies today warn that the signs of a drought are re-emerging in Somalia and urge for these not to be ignored in order to avoid a relapse into the conditions of the 2011 catastrophe which took the lives of 260,000 Somalis.

Syrian refugee child inside Jordan's Azraq Camp. PHOTO: Meg Sattler/World Vision
Jul 14, 2014

World Vision welcomes Security Council resolution as ‘one of many, many steps’ needed in Syria

World Vision is calling for continued focus on securing aid for hundreds of thousands of vulnerable children inside Syria.

The child of a family in El Salvador who tells World Vision they fear for their safety due to the violence. PHOTO: World Vision
Jul 11, 2014

World Vision expands response to growing child humanitarian crisis on both sides of the U.S. border

World Vision is providing essential supplies through partner organizations to help those in the United States and Central America.

A child's picture depicting violence in the Jerusalem-West Bank-Gaza region. PHOTO: Niveen Afana / World Vision
Jul 11, 2014

Children’s suffering as a result of the vicious cycle of violence must end in Gaza and Israel, says World Vision

World Vision suspends programs and fears for the safety of children caught in the crossfire.

"Ruse" (not her real name) is a successful graduate of the World Vision Trauma Recovery Center in Phnom Penh, which is for girls who have been rescued from brothels or who suffered from sexual exploitation. PHOTO: Jon Warren / World Vision
Jul 8, 2014

World Vision child protection and trafficking expert testifies before the Senate

World Vision's Jesse Eaves calls for more support for vital programs to combat trafficking, at a Senate subcommittee hearing.

Refugees in South Sudan take shelter at the UN compound, after violence has driven them from home. PHOTO: James East / World Vision
Jul 8, 2014

Aid effort to avert South Sudan famine in jeopardy

A group of seven major international aid agencies said they face a shortfall of excess of $92 million just when the South Sudan humanitarian crisis edges closer to the risk of famine.

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