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Three Years On: Rohingya refugee children must be protected as COVID-19-related budget cuts threaten funding, warns World Vision

Highlights 860,000 Rohingya refugees mark three years in exile; 447,000 children subsisting in camps Heading into Year 4, protection, especially for children, must remain central to the response Sustained international funding is needed for life-sustaining services, support refugees’ resilience COX’S BAZAR (August 24, 2020)—Three...

World Vision film takes GRAND Prize honors at RIIFF

World Vision is celebrating a recent film festival appearance, where it took home GRAND Prize honors for “Best Short Documentary” at the Flicker’s Rhode Island International Film Fest. This is the first win for Messania’s Story and comes during unprecedented times with a message that can inspire all. The judges called the film “timely, brilliant and unforgettable. A Chronicle of discovery and personal growth in a hostile world.”

SYRIA: Aid agencies raise alarm over veto on cross-border aid

Highlights This humanitarian resolution remains as critical now as it was six years ago when it was first adopted, and should remain free from politics. In a joint statement, the International Rescue Committee, World Vision International, Humanity and Inclusion, Norwegian Refugee Council, Mercy Corps,...

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