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Hunger in Africa: Acheng, right, feeds her 18-month-old son, Garang, a pouch of ready-to-use therapeutic food at a center in Juba, the capital of South Sudan. The toddler has struggled with TB and malnutrition as the country suffers widespread food shortages due to conflict. (©2017 World Vision/photo by Stephanie Glinski)
From the Field

Famine and hunger in Africa: What you need to know

Hunger is a problem that has plagued humanity for millennia, and it continues to haunt us. Join us in prayer for the hungry and the people working to feed them.
Prayers

Matthew 25: Pray for the hungry

NFL player Kelvin Beachum Jr. interacts with children in Honduras.
Voices

Podcast with NFL player Kelvin Beachum Jr. and Washington Post columnist Michael Gerson

A woman in Sinazongwe Zambia, carries a baby on her back and container of water from a World Vision borehole on her head. Carrying water long distances can have lasting effects on one’s health, some research shows. (©2016 World Vision/photo by Jon Warren)
From the Field

Carrying water can be a pain in the neck

Refugee child from Aleppo, Syria.
From the Field

Syria refugee crisis: Facts you need to know

Pedro in El Salvador would like to give his mom all his love for Mother's Day.
From the Field

What children around the world would give their moms for Mother’s Day

Child labor and exploitation, FGM, and human trafficking are among the greatest evils in the world. Pray with us for an end to all harms against children.
Prayers

Matthew 25: Protecting children through prayer

walk for clean water
From the Field

When you walk for clean water, these kids win

Here are the water facts you should know as the world takes on the challenge to ensure access to clean water and sanitation for everyone worldwide by 2030.
From the Field

Water facts: Good news and a global challenge

A child in Peru reads a book.
Change Makers

Book picks to help you become a better global citizen

From the Field

Photos of worship and praise around the world

Though Cheru and Kamama live 16 miles apart, for one, fetching water is a three-hour struggle; for the other, it’s a seven-minute stroll. Walk with them.
From the Field

Water within reach: Compare two 5-year-olds’ walk for water