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Displaced families fleeing violence in Iraq are in desperate need of warm shelter, food, clean water, medicine, and protection.
When Sita* went missing from her home in India, her mother turned to World Vision for help.
Read our overview of the conflict in Syria, the refugee situation in neighboring countries, and World Vision’s response to the crisis.
For Mao, poverty turned an innocent sleepover at a friend’s house into enslavement in Cambodia’s sex trade.
A new World Vision report reveals a variety of misconceptions regarding the risks to child safety across the globe.
On November 19, the House of Representatives passed the Girls Count Act, thanks to the dedicated advocacy of World Vision supporters. Now, it moves to the Senate,...
Schools are closed in Sierra Leone because of the Ebola virus. Twelve-year-old Zainab worries about falling behind in learning. She and her mother say children may...
Through a loophole in the 2008 Child Soldier Prevention Act, the Obama administration is opting to issue waivers to some offending countries rather than hold them...
World Vision senior policy advisor for child protection, Jesse Eaves, testified before the U.S. House of Representatives' Tom Lantos Human Rights Commission on ending...
World Vision is providing humanitarian aid and psychosocial support for children and families impacted by the recent fighting.
World Vision’s Jesse Eaves answers questions about the use of child soldiers around the world, including where progress has been made in eliminating this practice,...
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