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“[World Vision staff] are trying to start a new chapter in our life and make it possible for us to taste a healthy life," Zohra, an Afghan mother says.
In Cambodia, World Vision’s Social Mobilization Against Child Labor Project helps children like Socheata transition from a life of scavenging on the street to daily...
In Kenya’s Rift Valley, worm infestation is a major problem, especially among children who are forced to drink contaminated water. Local health clinics whose shelves...
Until recently, women and children have been spared from violent attacks resulting from ethnic clashes.
International Women’s Day, coming up on March 8, is a time to reflect on the achievements and contributions of women around the world. Here’s a story that illustrates...
The historic drought that devastated the Horn of Africa last year with widespread hunger and even famine is subsiding. But on the other side of the continent, in West...
A new World Vision report finds that many children suffering the worst forms of child labor are producing goods for the world economy.
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.
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...
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