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Why are people fleeing Syria? What are the greatest needs of the refugees? How can I help, and show them the love of God?
The first 1,000 days of a child’s life are the most critical for development. Even if you don’t have kids yourself, you can help parents ensure their children get the...
El Niño weather patterns are trickling down to the world's most vulnerable people: children living in poverty.
Little Willa was a sick, malnourished baby until a World Vision nutrition training program gave her parents the knowledge they needed. Now they grow their own...
Two-year-old Wizar became very sick. Not knowing what was wrong, his aunt sought help and learned that he had contracted worms.
Four-year-old Jean Marie's mother struggled to provide for him after his father died, so she fled and left him with his aunt. He quickly became malnourished as she...
A cholera outbreak is spreading through Malawi, threatening a population that's already plagued by food shortages.
These are among the top crises and disasters we responded to in 2015.
Natural disasters affected millions of people worldwide in 2015. Here are six of the worst ones and how we responded.
On Friday, December 4, Patricia Heaton will visit "The Doctors" to discuss her recent trip to Zambia and the World Vision Gift Catalog.
Thirty-One Gifts will match every gift given to World Vision on December 1, 2015, with a donation of product, up to $1,00,000 in total matching.