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With a historic drought intensifying a food crisis and famine that continues to threaten lives, World Vision continues its response in devastated areas of Kenya,...
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The following commentary is based on remarks Mr. Hill presented on September 5 at a forum entitled “Reforming Aid, Transforming the World,” hosted by Global Washington...
A new report reveals that the number of deaths of children under 5 worldwide has significantly dropped in the past 10 years.
World Vision sponsor Karen Flessland shares about her experience traveling to Senegal to meet her sponsored child, 9-year-old Amy.
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.
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