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One year later, World Vision continues to support the people of Nepal.
Ecuador's worst earthquake in decades hit Saturday, devastating the South American country. World Vision began responding immediately.
Social media voice tops 753 million people in support of UN World Water Day to provide clean water to those in need via World Vision.
As next week marks the end of five years of conflict in Syria, Christian organizations representing a diversity of practice and tradition are participating in a prayer campaign called #prayforrefugees, uniting Christians around central biblical beliefs about refugees.
With the support of Sesame Street, Pharrell Williams, Pitbull, Jason Derulo, Meghan Trainor, Patricia Heaton, Pentatonix, Joel Osteen, Debbie Macomber and more, the social media campaign will promote the life-saving work of World Vision water.
World Vision celebrates the end of Ebola in Sierra Leone.
The Congressional budget package released today continues funding for programs to end child labor after the House and Senate voted to cut funding to the Department of Labor’s impactful and critical program in June 2015.
Grammy Award Winners Pitbull, Juanes and Jill Scott, along with Sesame Street and renowned authors Joel Osteen and Max Lucado are just a few of the supporters already committed to lending their voices to Water Now 2016.