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Why World Vision is in Angola
Angola is still recovering from a 27-year civil war that ended in 2002, with 1.5 million lost lives and millions more displaced. Subsistence agriculture in the main livelihood for most people. In 2015, food security progressively deteriorated caused by drought in the southern provinces. Rates of acute malnutrition rose among children. The public health system in Angola has not recovered from the war, with many people, especially in rural communities, unable to access health care of any kind. Polio, malaria, tuberculosis and tropical diseases are prevalent.
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With so much happening around the world, it can be hard to decide where your money can have the greatest impact. With your help through the Where Most Needed fund, we can respond quickly to urgent needs of the world's most vulnerable children and families. And, thanks to grant funds and donated products, your monthly gifts multiply 4 times in impact.
News from Angola
Drought in Angola burdens much of life. For Cordelia, it impacted her supply of food and in turn, her grandson Paulino became severely malnourished.
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