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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.
Justina, 40, lost two children and nearly lost a third because her rural village in Zambia was too far away from a medical clinic. World Vision’s Survive to Five™...
Good news: The number of people living in extreme poverty in 2010 was half that of 1990.
Florida native Athena Papadopoulos is running to California to raise money for clean water with Team World Vision.
World Vision works side-by-side with communities continuing to rebuild.
Some 23 million people currently face food shortages in West Africa due to drought. Regional instability is making a difficult situation worse.
World Vision continues to provide support to Japanese children and families who were the most severely impacted by the earthquake, tsunami, and nuclear disaster of March...
International Women’s Day was March 8. Below are a few ways you can make a difference in the lives of women and girls around the world and here in the United States.
In her Kenyan village, Mama Emma uses her voice to help girls gain access to education.
As we reflect on the role of women this International Women's Day (March 8), seasoned advocate Bobbi Dauderman speaks to us about her passion for advocacy and the role...
World Vision is connecting with churches in tornado-impacted areas and ready to assist their efforts to aid affected communities.
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