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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.
Natural disasters affected millions of people worldwide in 2015. Here are six of the worst ones and how we responded.
Adia and her six children struggle to survive through Armenia's harsh winter that typically last six or seven months.
This week's humanitarian news brief includes elections in Central African Republic, Syrians fleeing violence, malaria deaths decline, and more.
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.
Pink Ribbon Red Ribbon® and World Vision announced a new partnership to scale up community-based education, screening, treatment, and referral programs for cervical and breast cancer in sub-Saharan Africa, beginning in the Republic of Zambia.
On Friday, December 4, Patricia Heaton will visit "The Doctors" to discuss her recent trip to Zambia and the World Vision Gift Catalog.
This #GivingTuesday the Harlem Globetrotters show off the results of their “#GOATee for a Good Cause” campaign with World Vision.