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Earthquakes have caused more than 8,600 deaths and widespread devastation in Nepal. We're there, providing emergency aid and care for children and families.
In Christianity Today, World Vision President says "In Haiti, we have to trust that our labor is not in vain."
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America has not yet fully realized the dream of Martin Luther King, Jr., and nowhere is this more apparent than in the state of poverty among America’s children.
Congress refrained from drastically cutting international poverty programs, allowing the United States to continue being a significant contributor to poverty alleviation...
As World Vision wraps up quake recovery efforts in 2012 and transitions to long-term development programs, the international community is failing to fulfill its...
Afghanistan is the most dangerous country in the world for pregnant women. But a rise in the number of community midwives is saving the lives of mothers and their...
These 11 photos reflect the stories, the struggles and the events that have changed people’s lives forever this year — from earthquakes to famine, from hardship to...
We invited 12 guest bloggers to share about their memories and family holiday traditions that keep them connected to the true reason for the season.
As seen in USA Today: While staying in rural Africa with Sabina, World Vision photojournalist Kari Costanza walks miles in this mother’s shoes to fetch filthy water from...
Chronic food shortages in West African countries, like Chad, threaten the health of children.
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