Earthquakes have caused more than 8,600 deaths and widespread devastation in Nepal. We're there, providing emergency aid and care for children and families.
This weekend, April 24-25, teenagers across the country will come together, forgoing food to fight global hunger.
This weekend, April 25-26, teenagers across the country will unite to fight global hunger through World Vision’s 30 Hour Famine. World Vision is also kicking off...
As regions across Africa continue to suffer consecutive seasons of drought and food shortages, World Vision is bringing assistance to malnourished children like Saytuun...
This weekend, young people across the country will forgo food to raise money and awareness about global hunger.
After years of drought, families across the Horn of Africa are eager to shift from emergency food aid to sustainable, drought-resistant food sources.
World Vision staff members in Angola warn that ongoing drought in this part of Africa is leading to dangerous food shortages that threaten the lives of children under...
The story of baby Marie in Mali highlights the importance of finding long-term, sustainable solutions for hunger and child malnutrition around the world — and what we’re...
To help families cope with the serious food scarcity, World Vision is providing food aid and supporting alternative livelihoods for families.
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