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World Vision disaster relief experts identify six humanitarian emergencies to follow this year.
Yong is one of many young people in his Laotian village targeted by traffickers who take advantage of a child’s poverty and lack of education.
New data released in a report from the U.S. Census Bureau paints a stark picture of the challenges our nation faces.
World Vision staff are assisting survivors of the recent gas line explosion.
As local economies still struggle in Japan’s coastal towns affected by the March earthquake and tsunami, World Vision focuses on assisting children and revitalizing the...
Mothers like Hadija and Gaalo and their children have faced unimaginable hardships as they struggle to survive in a region where unrelenting drought has put millions at...
International Literacy Day, September 8, highlights worldwide literacy needs. More than 780 million adults cannot read. World Vision is conducting adult literacy...
The drought in Kenya is expected to worsen through October, and malnutrition among women and children remains very serious. However, many hope that rains expected later...
See how simple it is to advocate for a law that combats child trafficking. It takes just minutes.
If there is a situation that breaks the heart of God, it is the enslavement of His children. Join us as we pray for an end to this injustice, and for its victims.
Most Americans think of Labor Day as a time to say farewell to summer. While Labor Day originated as a holiday to commemorate the achievement of workers, those around...
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