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KidREACH — a World Vision afterschool, tutoring, and mentoring program — teaches kids about healthy eating and how to cultivate fruits and vegetables. Learn how the kids at Mount Vernon Elementary School in Brownton, West Virginia, are reading, writing, and gardening.
Here are some questions you can ask your candidates before the election, and tips on how to shift the conversation to Biblical justice and care for the poor.
World Vision is responding to the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew in the Atlantic coast. Read the latest news and updates here.
As Baton Rouge families continue cleaning up their homes and assessing losses after August’s massive flood, local churches and aid groups are filling the gap for many with relief supplies.
As millions of students head back to school, World Vision and its partners equip thousands of them with the supplies they need to succeed.
Refugee food rations cut in Uganda; aid worker attacks are down; 60 million suffer El Nino effects; South Louisiana floods the worst since Katrina.