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Displaced families are in desperate need of food, shelter, clean water, medicine, and protection.
In India, an informal “transit school” prepares children for daily school as they transition from a life of labor to learning.
Malaria is one of the top killers of children under age 5. But the use of bed nets in sub-Saharan Africa has the potential to prevent 1 million child deaths.
While news of an official end to famine in Somalia is heartening, an estimated 2 million people still face serious food shortages in the country.
World Vision is responding to a deadly cold snap affecting Eastern Europe.
Check out this preview of the new Relentless Act:s of Sacrifice Lenten campaign, exploring what it means to sacrifice in our day-to-day lives. ACT:S is World Vision's...
Many families from Sudan are expected migrate to South Sudan before the border between the countries is secured. A mass migration will further strain an already limited...
Better and more readily available prenatal healthcare in Cambodia has led to a significant drop in deaths from childbirth.
According to a new report, the United States tops the list of countries whose citizens give the most, in time and money.
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Women across the country are raising awareness about preventable child deaths by hosting symbolic “baby showers.”
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