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World Vision disaster relief experts identify six humanitarian emergencies to follow this year.
Six-year-old Reason Haamayuwa had been sick for two years, getting increasingly worse, before he went to a World Vision clinic and got medicine to help him heal.
Fiona’s long trek to get water meant she was often late for school — and punished as a result. A new borehole in her community changed that.
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...
Find answers to frequently asked questions about the crisis in Mali and how World Vision is responding to the needs of affected children and families.
Too often, poverty renders basic medicines and supplies inaccessible at local clinics. When that happens, easily treatable ailments threaten the lives of young...
In malaria-prone Mozambique, two girls live very different lives. One is protected by a mosquito net; the other is not. A handful of gossamer threads treated with...
Lack of rainfall during recent growing seasons has resulted in food deficits for 3.5 million people in Mali. World Vision has responded to the food crisis here by...
UPDATE: Ten days after two staff members were killed by a grenade explosion near the organization’s office, World Vision restored limited operations in displacement...
Seven out of 10 countries using child soldiers receive U.S. military support, despite a U.S. law against it.
Just one microloan from World Vision helped lift a hardworking entrepreneur out of poverty, who, in turn, can bring similar help and hope to many others.
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