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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.
As tens of thousands of children from Central America flee to escape violence and poverty, World Vision continues its work in these countries to address the root...
World Vision Child Protection Senior Policy Advisor calls for more support for programs to combat trafficking.
Albanians can now report human trafficking from any mobile phone or landline for free using a new national hotline number; they can also use a new Android smartphone...
Conflict in South Sudan has created a hunger crisis, leaving one-third of the population in need of immediate aid. Children are most at risk for malnutrition, and...
When Zafu’s mother received an offer for her daughter’s hand in marriage, it drastically altered the 14-year-old’s life course.
Shyam’s family has struggled with poverty his entire life. As a boy, he dropped out of school to help support his family. World Vision has helped his siblings and is...
Violent conflict continues in South Sudan; with nothing to do and little hope, boys and girls are being recruited to fight with militia and government forces.
What if you or your child was never issued a birth certificate? For millions of children around the world, the lack of this key document puts them at greater risk of...
Between 3,500 and 6,000 children have been recruited into armed groups in the Central African Republic, the U.N. says.
Fear compels parents to marry off their daughters in areas of conflict or disaster, says a new World Vision report.
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