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World Vision disaster relief experts identify six humanitarian emergencies to follow this year.
Poor harvests in Niger and Mauritania could lead to a serious food crisis.
Instead of trekking for dirty water and risking cattle-raid attacks, students and families in Loyapat, Kenya, now safely access clean water, and can even grow food and...
Unsafe drinking water leads to renewed cholera outbreaks in Haiti’s capital city.
At age 13, Karen was left to care for her siblings, with virtually no source of income. But a microfinance loan through World Vision enabled Karen to pursue her dream of...
These siblings in Ghana wondered whether they’d even survive after losing their parents to AIDS. But now, thanks to World Vision’s assistance, these young adults are...
Congress allowed a major anti-trafficking law to expire at the end of September. Months later, the bill is slowly moving through Congress.
World Toilet Day, November 19, has been established as a day to raise awareness of the 2.5 billion people who do not have access to a toilet and are at risk of...
Joplin, Missouri, was devastated by a tornado in May 2011. World Vision continues to assist with the long-term recovery efforts.
Oscar, father of four sons, tried to take his own life when he became convinced that his situation was hopeless. But the gift of two piglets from World Vision’s Gift...
In a Wall Street Journal opinion piece, Rich Stearns, president of World Vision U.S., makes the case for international aid.
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