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The category 5 storm pounded the islands of Vanuatu with heavy rain and winds last weekend. We are distributing critical relief supplies, including clean drinking water and shelter materials.
Competitive swimmer and sponsored child Javier has his sights set on competing in the Olympics.
World Vision is distributing shelter materials, kitchen utensils, mosquito nets, and bedding.
CNN’s Sanjay Gupta interviews former child soldier Sano Ray. Now the program manager of World Vision’s Children in Crisis program in Cambodia, Sano has dedicated his...
Drought and failed harvests across Africa’s Sahel region have left many communities without a source of food, forcing families to flee in search of work elsewhere. Many...
Hand-held technology offers an innovative new way to distribute desperately needed cash for work in remote parts of countries such as Niger.
Ezera, 4, was suffering from intestinal worms. But like too many children growing up in poverty, he didn’t have access to the basic medication he needed to recover from...
A year after gaining independence, South Sudan faces serious challenges. Up to half of the South Sudanese people are hungry, and conflict persists.
In many countries, women and girls are extremely vulnerable to abuse and exploitation, and are not treated with the same respect as men. Join us in praying that women...
World Vision is also providing assistance to affected families.
Olympic athlete Lopez Lomong is partnering with World Vision to bring help and hope to children and families in South Sudan.
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