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Faced with the deadliest Ebola virus outbreak in history, World Vision is on the front lines of efforts to curb and prevent spread of the deadly disease in Sierra Leone and other countries in West Africa.
After years of drought, families across the Horn of Africa are eager to shift from emergency food aid to sustainable, drought-resistant food sources.
In Burundi, children are flocking to school in order to receive their only meal of the day: beans and micronutrient-fortified rice.
In rural Ethiopia and across East Africa, cattle are essential to the livelihoods of families, whose survival was put at risk when an historic drought struck the region...
World Vision staff members in Angola warn that ongoing drought in this part of Africa is leading to dangerous food shortages that threaten the lives of children under...
The story of baby Marie in Mali highlights the importance of finding long-term, sustainable solutions for hunger and child malnutrition around the world — and what we’re...
To help families cope with the serious food scarcity, World Vision is providing food aid and supporting alternative livelihoods for families.
A new index ranks countries based on the affordability, availability, quality, and safety of food.
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