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World Vision disaster relief experts identify six humanitarian emergencies to follow this year.
Women across the country are raising awareness about preventable child deaths by hosting symbolic “baby showers.”
New figures from World Vision show an increase in private giving and gift-in-kind donations from U.S. donors, but a decline in U.S. public sector funding.
Even as the deadly drought subsides in the Horn of Africa, vulnerable communities are already feeling the effects of a food crisis in West Africa, long before its...
World Vision is responding to victims of severe weather across the northwest United States by delivering supplies such as blankets, coats, hygiene supplies, and flood...
Ethnic clashes in South Sudan’s Jonglei state has resulted in nearly 60 deaths and thousands of displaced families in need of food and shelter. The government has...
UPDATED: World Vision continues its response in areas of the Horn of Africa devastated by drought. While conditions have begun to improve in parts of the region,...
In Christianity Today, World Vision President says "In Haiti, we have to trust that our labor is not in vain."
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America has not yet fully realized the dream of Martin Luther King, Jr., and nowhere is this more apparent than in the state of poverty among America’s children.
Congress refrained from drastically cutting international poverty programs, allowing the United States to continue being a significant contributor to poverty alleviation...
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