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.: Donated medication helps save mother and daughter in Zambia

.: Malnutrition in Congo brings children to the brink of death

.: Survivors mark five-year anniversary of Asian tsunami
 
World Vision escalates relief response in Haiti after catastrophic quake

Humanitarian needs are enormous in this quake-ravaged country, already the poorest in the Western Hemisphere, where our teams are fighting a race against time.
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In the News
Donated medication helps save mother and daughter in Zambia



World Vision provides donated medical items that might otherwise be inaccessible in areas of poverty.
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Malnutrition in Congo brings children to the brink of death



Siblings Paul and Marie had reached a dangerous threshold until World Vision came alongside them.
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Survivors mark five-year anniversary of Asian tsunami



Memories of the deadly South Asian tsunami of December 2004 are still fresh for mothers like Mrs. Klasuek.
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Highlights ...

Read the latest updates on our response to the quake in Haiti.

The Women of Vision National Conference will be held March 8-10, 2010, in Washington, D.C. Register now or give this gift to a compassionate, action-minded woman in your life.

Read about how students experienced advocacy in a new way at Urbana09, a triennial student missions conference.

Haiti's children need your help now. Make a donation.

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World Vision United States — Building a Better World for Children
World Vision is a Christian humanitarian organization dedicated to working with children, families, and their communities worldwide to reach their full potential by tackling the causes of poverty and injustice.

In 2008, 87 percent of World Vision's total revenue was designated for programs that benefit children, families, and communities in need.
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