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Displaced families fleeing violence in Iraq are in desperate need of warm shelter, food, clean water, medicine, and protection.
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World Vision is positioned to support local partners serving storm-affected communities, in the wake of deadly tornadoes that slammed 10 Midwest states.
Typhoon Haiyan, considered one of the strongest tropical storms ever, made landfall in the Philippines early November 8 and caused catastrophic damage. World Vision’s...
Many families across the United States struggle to provide basics, like food and diapers, for their children. World Vision distributed basics to families in need in...
December 1 is World AIDS Day. In Zambia, Richard Sianeza is an HIV-positive father who is thankful for his best friend, a World Vision-trained caregiver, for saving...
In Rwanda, a group of parents are receiving seeds, training, a greenhouse structure, and entrepreneurial training to jump-start their gardens. Income from their...
World Vision continues to support storm-affected communities by equipping local churches and community groups who serve families in great need.
In Guatemala, a unique music program in a rural community started a children’s orchestra that has been changing people’s lives.
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