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Media Contacts
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Email
Dean Owen253.815.2103253.815.3446888.734.8938dowen@worldvision.org
Karen Kartes253.815.2163253.815.3241206.351.4315kkartes@worldvision.org
Aisha Allen253.815.2143253.815.3241253.631.7686aallen@worldvision.org
Amy Parodi253.815.2386253.815.3446253.709.3190aparodi@worldvision.org
Brian Peterson407.445.6484407.491.2399407.4912399brian9500@hotmail.com
Gardi Wilks708.366.8389708.366.8489708.205.5020gardi@wilkspr.com

World Vision's media relations team provides members of the press with information and expert interviews on poverty- and justice-related issues facing children and their communities worldwide, including those listed below:


Nearly 40 million people worldwide are believed to be infected by HIV/AIDS. Millions of children are orphaned as a result.An estimated two million children are enslaved in the global sex trade. Among those who exploit them are U.S. tourists.
Tsunami damage in Asia, wars in Africa and hurricane damage in the Caribbean are among hundreds of emergencies affecting millions.In places like Northern Uganda , children are kidnapped and forced to fight and/or serve as sex slaves. Many sleep on city streets to avoid abduction in rural viallages.

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