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Selvin, from Honduras, has become a community leader, thanks to World Vision.
From Malawi, Amos’ goal is to grow up and become a doctor so that he can help sick people in his community. Watch his story.
Vannak of Cambodia loves to read with her friends. Before she was sponsored, she didn’t always go to school. Watch her story.
Monisha, from India, wants to see every child in her community attend school and for no child be subjected to harmful labor practices.
Hasmik, from Armenia, dreams of becoming a great chess player so that she can travel the world and meet her sponsor. Watch her story.
The three best things in Miguel’s life are his mother, the World Vision children’s network, and his sponsor, Christine, who sends him many letters. Watch his story....
A destructive storm — equivalent to the size of Hurricane Katrina — made landfall October 12 on India’s eastern coast. World Vision has activated an emergency...
While the number of hungry people has dropped from 24 percent in 1990 to 14.3 percent today, some areas of the world are lagging behind in providing adequate...
When disasters strike, poorest populations suffer the most. World Vision stands ready to respond to emergencies now — and helps vulnerable communities prepare for...
Lisa Marie Presley is one of World Vision Artists’ new advocates for the world’s poorest children. World Vision caught up with the singer and mother of four, who is...
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