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Refugees and migrants arrive by the busloads at the Croatian border, where World Vision and other aid agencies are there to provide relief supplies as the refugees hurry to cross the border. World Vision's relief supplies include bottled water, canned meat, hand sanitizer, wet wipes, diapers, baby food, and toys or balls for the children. PHOTO: World Vision / Laura Reinhardt

Survey: American attitudes toward Syrian refugees

World Vision survey says Americans are ready & willing to help Syrian refugees — they just haven't done it yet.

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This Christmas, join the movement to end extreme poverty with World Vision's Gift Catalog.

The movement to end extreme poverty

This Christmas, join the movement to end extreme poverty with World Vision's Gift Catalog.

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Families displaced by the violence in South Sudan wait on a crowded bus in Juba, hoping to flee to safety. PHOTO: Nhial Wei / World Vision

Crisis in South Sudan: Children's lives at risk!

World Vision urges: Listen to the cries of afflicted children and seek a negotiated solution to the conflict in South Sudan!

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Yazidis, members of a religious minority, fled fighting in Sinjar, Iraq. They are among an estimated 1.2 million displaced people seeking safety in Kurdish-controlled territory. PHOTO: World Vision

Thousands fleeing violence in Iraq

World Vision is providing emergency relief to families in desperate need of food, water and medicine in northern Iraq.

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Press Releases & Resources

On the 5th of each month, Ibtisam, Sabah's 32-year-old daughter, and her relatives buy their basic food material, through electronic food assistance cards. The cards, referred to as e-cards, are distributed by World Vision to Syrian refugees in Lebanon. They are funded by the World Food Program, but that assistance is in jeopardy with a large percentage of the Syrian refugee response remaining unfunded. PHOTO: World Vision / Mona Daoud
Jun 25, 2015

UN agencies and partners say funding shortage leaves Syrian refugees and host nations without vital support

Report details serious consequences if Syria aid response remains underfunded.

World Vision 2015 Gift Catalog (cover)
Jun 23, 2015

World Vision Gift Catalog 20th Anniversary

Over the past 20 years 790,000 donors have given life-changing gifts through World Vision's Gift Catalog — such as goats, clean water, food and education — helping 7.3 million people in need around the world.

G7 Germany 2015 Summit Report Card by World Vision
Jun 19, 2015

‘G7 leaders are putting band-aids on symptoms,’ says World Vision

This year’s G7 meeting at Schloss Elmau will be remembered as one that did not deliver on its ambitious agenda that could have had an historical impact for the world’s most vulnerable children, especially those in conflicts.

Children in Sierra Leone report violence and exploitation against girls has increased during the Ebola epidemic, according to new report. PHOTO: Save the Children
Jun 17, 2015

Children report increased exploitation, teenage pregnancies in Ebola-affected Sierra Leone

Children in Sierra Leone report violence and exploitation against girls has increased during the Ebola epidemic, according to new report.

World Vision began resuming limited operations in Upper Nile, South Sudan after suspending programs last month due to violence.
Jun 15, 2015

World Vision resumes limited operations in Upper Nile after violence, looting shut down programs

World Vision began resuming limited operations in Upper Nile, South Sudan after suspending programs last month due to violence. 

In Kenya, Mary Nyasebuka holds her daughter outside a hall where a birth registration exercise was organized by World Vision. Mary was previously unable to register any of her six children, which meant they were not allowed to take the national primary school exam. PHOTO: May Ondeng / World Vision
Jun 15, 2015

World Vision applauds new law to ensure all children count

The Girls Count Act prioritizes birth registration of all children as part of U.S. foreign policy and assistance.

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