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A 7.8-magnitude earthquake rocked the south-central Asian country of Nepal last Saturday, causing an estimated 5,000 deaths and widespread devastation. World Vision teams have begun relief efforts.
In India, an informal “transit school” prepares children for daily school as they transition from a life of labor to learning.
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...
World Vision is responding to a deadly cold snap affecting Eastern Europe.
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.”
New figures from World Vision show an increase in private giving and gift-in-kind donations from U.S. donors, but a decline in U.S. public sector funding.
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