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A triple win for child health, development, and the environment (PDF)
|Poor communities around the world—whether rural farmers, pastoralists in semi-arid regions, or the urban poor in coastal cities—can live or die by the health of their natural environment. Today, climate change threatens the world’s poorest regions with more frequent and damaging storms, erratic rainfall, deadlier cycles of drought and flooding, and other climate-related disasters. World Vision is committed to holistic and sustainable solutions that empower these vulnerable communities to be agents of change, not victims. Read more... |
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Re-vegetation acts as an anti-erosion mechanism that leads to enhanced water filtration, reduced flooding and stable agricultural production. Photo ©2007 David DuChemin/World Vision
This innovative watershed protection program in Haiti prevented significant flooding damage, saving both lives and crops.
Photo ©2008 Cynthia Colin/World Vision
World Vision Ethiopia provides improved livestock varieties and veterinary care to encourage farming and biodiversity.
©2009 Jon Warren/World Vision