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In the latest issue of World Vision magazine, we examine the issue of gang violence in El Salvador. Violence cuts short the lives of many teens and young adults. Some...
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Update: Supplies are being deployed to local churches for distribution to those impacted by the disaster.
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An increase in the rate of breastfeeding globally could prevent more than 1 million child deaths each year.
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A cereal bank built by World Vision in Mali has made it easier for families to survive food shortages. Families in need can acquire cereal from there now — and pay back...
Conflicts in South Sudan have led to the displacement of more than 280,000 people, at least half of whom are children. World Vision’s Child-Friendly Spaces provide a...
As the International AIDS Conference takes place in Washington, D.C., groups fighting for an end to AIDS highlight a funding slump that puts the goal at risk.
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