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A World Vision workshop in Zambia has trained 40 women to go into households around their community and show parents how to prepare nutritious foods for their children. Today malnutrition is virtually non-existent in places where it used to be a major issue.
The Killer Gap report ranks 176 countries around the world according to the size of the gap between those who have access to good health and those who don’t. The U.S is ranked a surprising 46--below countries like Libya, Bosnia and Romania.
Children who regularly attend Child-Friendly Spaces in disaster zones are able to maintain a positive outlook on life, one study says.
See just how simple it is to urge your member of Congress to take action for children — so easy, a kid can do it!
Spaces built to keep children safe after an emergency or conflict can also help them recover from trauma, new Columbia University and World Vision research launched today shows. The study found substantial improvement of Congolese refugees using Child Friendly Spaces.
Dr. Greg Allgood, founder/director of the P&G Children’s Safe Drinking Water Program, will join World Vision as vice president for World Vision Water. Allgood's work to help World Vision bring access to clean water to millions more people around the world.
U.S. Department of State calls out countries that have failed to show improvements in fighting human trafficking, in its 2013 Trafficking in Persons report released today. The report shows a 30% increase in countries using child soldiers. Some receive U.S. military aid.
Two-time Olympian Lopez Lomong leads a team of world record holders and celebrities at the 2013 Providence Hood to Coast relay, running for clean water in South Sudan.