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World Vision disaster relief experts identify six humanitarian emergencies to follow this year.
A new World Vision report examines the gap between the "health rich" and "health poor" and the impact of this gap on the well-being of vulnerable children.
Co-author of the book When Helping Hurts and an economics professor and director at the Chalmers Center for Economic Development at Covenant College in...
The relief supplies will be sent to communities hit hardest by the recent disastrous flooding in Colorado.
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.
Malnutrition runs rampant in the Melghat region of central India, but World Vision is working with women in this region to change that.
When Tula Plegsai was growing up in rural Thailand, he dreamed of building a strong home for his family. World Vision child sponsorship helped him gain the education...
T*, now 17, was lured into a dark world of sex trafficking and exploitation through poverty, peer pressure, and a broken home. Her time at World Vision’s trauma...
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.
World Vision is the chosen implementing partner of Flash Flood for Good, a social media movement to bring clean water to children.
Join us in prayer for children and families who are deeply affected by the ongoing conflict in Syria and the refugee crisis in neighboring countries.
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