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Fighting in Syria, South Sudan, and other countries has resulted in nearly 60 million people being displaced from their homes. These videos show how some children and families are affected.
Wednesday, a bipartisan team introduced a bold, bipartisan legislative initiative to dramatically accelerate the reduction of preventable maternal, newborn and childhood deaths worldwide.
World Vision applauds the introduction of the Reach Every Mother and Child Act in the House, and calls on all Members of the House to co-sponsor this important legislation.
Millions of U.S. taxpayer dollars will continue to flow to some countries actively recruiting or using children in their armed forces.
The Obama Administration waivers on U.S.' commitment to ending the use of child soldiers as the White House releases a new list of countries who will continue receiving U.S. military assistance.
October 1 is our annual Day of Prayer. World Vision staff members across the globe join together for a day dedicated to praying for the children and communities we serve, and the donors who make our work possible.
Philanthropists Dana and Dave Dornsife announced their intentions to provide $40 million over five years to support World Vision water, sanitation, and hygiene programs (WASH) in Africa.
World Vision announced a commitment to provide clean water to one new person every 10 seconds by the year 2020. Philanthropists Dana and Dave Dornsife announced their intentions to provide $40 million over five years to support World Vision WASH programs.