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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.
World Vision emergency relief staff are on standby after one of the largest earthquakes to hit Asia since the 2004 Asian tsunami struck off the coast of Indonesia.
A World Vision expert has found that an “underground forest” could be the key to restoring arid land and ending recurring droughts across Africa.
Child stunting resulting from malnutrition is on the decline in Peru. World Vision is contributing to this lower rate through an innovative program that trains women to...
Malaria was eradicated long ago in the United States — but in places like Burundi, it still causes great suffering for children like Candide. Join us this World Malaria...
Roseller Atilano, former sponsored child in the Philippines, discovers his life’s calling to become a Jesuit priest.
Updated: World Vision is ready to provide relief materials to affected families in Lancaster, a southern suburb of Dallas.
World Vision’s famine mitigation techniques helped ensure that none of the almost 250,000 sponsored children in the Horn of Africa died from famine last year, even...
World Vision began working in Varsha’s community when she was just 2 and lived with her parents in a tent made of plastic sheets. In the years since, her family has...
Insecurity prevents World Vision and other organizations from operating in Mali.
Children are fighting in wars worldwide, some as combatants in national armies. Despite a law meant to prevent U.S. taxpayer money from supporting armies that use child...
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