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World Vision Magazine — 2005


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Winter 2005
Features:
  • Children of War — Night finds children in northern Uganda fleeing their homes to avoid being forced to fight in a brutal civil war.

  • Dreaming and Dying on Mexico’s Streets — Children on the streets of Mexico City dream of a better life—one that, through World Vision, is within reach.

  • News from the Field — Updates from hurricanes Katrina and Rita, and more; put yourself in the shoes of an HIV-positive person; how a Los Angeles center ministers to the homeless.
Autumn 2005
Features:
  • The Kiss of Death — In Honduras, a deadly disease stalks the poor—in the guise of an unassuming beetle.

  • Tackling Trachoma — An eye disease especially endemic in West Africa robs people of their sight.

  • Sickening...Heartening — Avoidable diseases kill millions of children under 5. But World Vision is responding—and you can help.
Summer 2005
Features:
  • Ethiopia: Twenty Years Later — World Vision arrived in Antsokia Valley during a famine 20 years ago. Now, it’s a shining example of what long-term donor compassion can do.

  • Neglected Crises — A round-up of lesser-known emergencies to which World Vision is responding.

  • News from the Field — Updates from Indonesia, Sudan, Democratic Republic of Congo, and more; 2004 financial highlights; U.S. families give to tsunami relief; new study Bible published.

Spring 2005
Features:
  • Southern Asia Disaster — The earthquake-triggered tsunamis shattered millions of lives. Learn how and where World Vision is responding.

  • Cambodia: Children in Crisis — Children living on the street and those forced into the sex trade in Phnom Penh live in a waking nightmare. For some, World Vision programs offer hope.

  • News from the Field — Updates on typhoons in the Philippines and locust infestation in Niger; World Vision’s report on the northern Uganda crisis; how a U.S. teen turned her life around; news about HIV/AIDS efforts.


World Vision Magazine, an Award-Winning Publication



  • The Spring [pdf]and Summer [pdf] 2005 editions received the Bronze Award for Design Excellence.
  • The Summer [pdf], Autumn [pdf], and Winter [pdf]2005 editions received the Bronze Award for General Excellence.

  • "Children at War," Winter 2005( by Nigel Marsh; photographs by Jon Warren) received the "Maggie" Award for Best Single Editorial Photograph/Consumer Publication.

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