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As the conflict in Syria rages on, we sat down to talk with our national communications director in Lebanon, where more than a million Syrian refugees now live.
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.
Sponsorship is often described in terms of the assistance it brings to a child, family, and community. But the story of Debora in the United States and her sponsored boy...
At the G20 Summit, no specific commitments were agreed upon as to how the 20 wealthiest countries would respond to current or future food crises — much to the...
As the city of Seattle celebrates the 50th anniversary of the 1962 World’s Fair, World Vision joins with other community members, businesses, and organizations to mark...
An agreement signed by Myanmar’s government will release child soldiers from the Myanmar armed forces and prevent further recruitment of soldiers under the age of 18.
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