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World Vision Expresses Grave Concern About Global Food Crisis

World Vision Expresses Grave Concern About Global Food Crisis, Calls on Congress to Approve Additional International Food Assistance SEATTLE (May 11, 2022) —World Vision President and CEO, Edgar Sandoval Sr., issued the below statement following testimony of David Beasley, executive director of the World...

World Vision commits  US $500 million to fight global malnutrition 

Highlights World Vision will commit $500 million of private funding to tackle malnutrition over the next five years and will also allocate an additional $700m in nutrition grant-funded programmes. The aid agency’s investment will mean that more than 1 million children will avoid malnutrition. (December 14, 2020) — World Vision International’s President and Chief Executive Officer, Andrew...

Leading Humanitarian, Development, and Global Health Organizations Urge Congress to Reject Cuts to Foreign Assistance

World Vision, along with humanitarian, development, and global health organizations Bread for the World, CARE, Catholic Relief Services, InterAction, International Rescue Committee, Mercy Corps, ONE, Oxfam, PATH, and Save the Children, are calling on Members of Congress to protect the International Affairs budget in Fiscal Year 2020 (FY20) despite the Administration’s proposed 24 percent cuts

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