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A 7.8-magnitude earthquake rocked the south-central Asian country of Nepal on Saturday, causing an estimated 4,000 deaths and widespread devastation. World Vision teams have begun relief efforts.
Schools are closed in Sierra Leone because of the Ebola virus. Twelve-year-old Zainab worries about falling behind in learning. She and her mother say children may...
Hunger is a problem here in America as families struggle with crises like unemployment, homelessness, poverty, and natural disasters — and World Vision is working...
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In the midst of national election season, it’s easy for candidates to stick to their talking points. But how can you use your voice as a voter to shift the...
October 23 marked 30 years since a BBC news report turned the world’s attention to the plight of famine-stricken Ethiopians. World Vision catches up with the pilots...
See what the Bible has to say about poverty and God’s heart for children and families living in great need.
Celebrate with us today as we mark the one-millionth person to receive clean water through our water programs this year!
In Sierra Leone, World Vision staff, with government officials and other agencies, are working to curb the deadly virus. Faith leaders are being equipped with...
In one village in Pakistan, World Vision empowers young girls and women to educate older women so they won’t be taken advantage of and can thrive.
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