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Americans are less willing to respond to the needs of refugees than they were a year ago, according to the findings of World Vision’s second annual survey on Americans’ willingness to help refugees, particularly those affected by the conflicts in Syria and Iraq.
More than 50,000 people have been displaced by the conflict – almost half are children under 18.
World Vision has been setting up Child Friendly Spaces to provide safe spaces for children to play and receive psycho-social support in northern Iraq.
Up to a million people could leave the city, which has been occupied since June 2014. World Vision workng to pre-position supplies of food, clean water and hygiene kits, will set up Child Friendly Spaces for children to find normalcy.
As military action begins in the northern Iraqi city of Mosul, hundreds of thousands are likely to flee the embattled city. Here's how World Vision has prepared to care for them.
A statement by over 100 Syrian, regional and international humanitarian and human rights organizations on Monday’s attack on a humanitarian convoy in Aleppo
Group of 30 international NGOs commit over $1 billion in private resources to help address global refugee crisis over the next three years.
Meeting was intended to share responsibility for refugee crisis across entire international community