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Matthew Brennan

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When children give birth to children

In Uganda, 16-year-old Jane is a child who gave birth to a child, then faced a choice: pursue her education and dreams or focus on motherhood. Thanks to the love and support she has around her, Jane has been able to do both!

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The importance of play when violence displaces childhood

In times of crisis, World Vision establishes Child-Friendly Spaces where children can go and feel safe, begin recovering from trauma, and learn to play again. Read how play is crucial for children’s learning and recovery.

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Recipe for buuz — traditional Mongolian dumplings

On the plains of Mongolia, the cuisine is focused on meat and dairy, especially for nomadic herding families. See what it’s like to cook in this harsh climate, and try a recipe at home for buuz, traditional Mongolian steamed dumplings!

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Syria: Yesterday, today, tomorrow

Chandra and Dan Brissette lived in Damascus, Syria while working with the Foreign Service from 2002 to 2004. In today’s Q&A, they talk about how much they loved pre-war Syria, why they were inspired to help refugees of the Syrian crisis, and their hopes for Syria’s tomorrow.

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Valentine’s Day: Messages of love

Looking ahead to Valentine’s Day, we want to give thanks for the love you have shown us, our work, and the children we serve. We can’t do this work without you! In today’s photoblog, five teams here at World Vision each highlight one of their supporters.