“With the laptop and Internet modem provided by World Vision, we were able to open a facebook page where we advertise all our products and services." - Augustin Sinayitutse, President of KOTUMU

Access to the internet opens up new doors. Members of KOTUMU, a cooperative specializing in welding and produces metallic doors, windows and other metallic materials to be sold, are able to get online...
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With the laptop and Internet modem provided by World Vision we were
Have you ever seen the pure joy that water can bring to a village? Take a moment to watch and smile as these children celebrate their village's new well.

If you'd like to bring this joy to more children, visit [ Bddy.me Link ]
Becky Ermann
Devesh Kumar
After a devastating earthquake struck Nepal two years ago, World Vision responded with immediate relief followed by recovery efforts in the worst-hit districts, reaching out to 526,873 people. We are currently focused on providing opportunities to communities in the areas of livelihood, shelter, water and sanitation to give them ownership of their recovery so that men, women, children and...
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Leokadia Duda
No one should die from a mosquito bite.

Yet millions suffer from malaria, a preventable disease, due to a lack of access to tools such as bed nets, education, and access to health care. That's why today, on World Malaria Day, we ask you to join us to prevent the 750,000 deaths of children under the age of 5 that take place every year. Here's how you can help: [ Bddy.me Link ]
No one should die from a mosquito bite Yet millions suffer from
Live from the UN: Why it takes a world to end violence against children
Global Development and Justice  - Multnomah University
Natalia Korobkova
Samuel Sandra
There's just under 2 weeks left until our Global #6KforWater, but it isn't too late to sign up! Help us bring #CleanWater to all who need it.
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Theres just under 2 weeks left until our Global 6KforWater but it
Take a look at this roundup by @WorldVisionCan of wonderful social media posts from you, our followers. We read and enjoy every post we are tagged in, and love reading your stories. If you'd like to share your experiences with #WorldVision, tag us in your photos on Twitter, Instagram, or Facebook. Thank you for being a part of our vision.
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Take a look at this roundup by WorldVisionCan of wonderful social media

Roundup: Your Social Media Stories

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Chuck Ryder
“The success in our plantation is the success of our group. Our success is that of World Vision’s."

U HlaMyat received support through World Vision's livelihood program to invest in seeds, fertilizer, or animal husbandry, along with training. This #EarthDay, take a look at how our Food and Agriculture programs enable farmers to grow sustainable food for the future.

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The success in our plantation is the success of our group Our
Clive Horsman-Photographer
“I can help my mom to prepare meals. When my dad and my elder brother arrive home, dinner for the whole family is ready then. These home-grown sweet potato leaves are quite good for soup.”

11-year-old San tells us, in his own words, all about how his family's farm is thriving with support and knowledge from World Vision: [ Bddy.me Link ]
I can help my mom to prepare meals When my dad and
Iveth Elvir
What are the effects of balancing a 44 pound container of water atop your head while walking 6K? Margaret Lankoi, from rural southern Kenya, can tell you.
#6KforWater
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What are the effects of balancing a 44 pound container of water
Clive Horsman-Photographer
Leokadia Duda
Amadeu Katingoka Kambinda
Every ten seconds, World Vision reaches one new person with #CleanWater. "An accomplishment like this shows what’s possible when people of good faith and people of goodwill focus their energies on a solvable problem,” said Richard Stearns, president of World Vision U.S.
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Every ten seconds World Vision reaches one new person with CleanWater An
The United Nations High Commission for Refugees recently announced the South Sudan refugee crisis to be the fastest growing emergency in the world right now. #WorldVision is serving hope to those affected by the crisis, one hot meal at a time.

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The United Nations High Commission for Refugees recently announced the South Sudan
Amadeu Katingoka Kambinda
“Every mother in the villages just wanted one thing – for their children to grow up healthy. We have to help them because they are the future of the country"

Teresa Joana Ndunguvyougo, a traveling health worker, is clearly passionate about her role in bringing nutritional information to the eight villages she serves. Read more about Teresa at [ Bddy.me Link ]
Every mother in the villages just wanted one thing for their children
Al H. Hama
"The message of Easter is that God loves the world and requires us to share that love. We must feed the hungry, protect children against violence and comfort the broken-hearted wherever we find them."

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The message of Easter is that God loves the world and requires
Clive Horsman
Amadeu Katingoka Kambinda
Abdoulie Saidy
“I have learnt a lot of things from the project that changed my life for the better in so many ways. I am able to make improved cooking stoves and briquettes that are environmental friendly and cook even faster than the firewood”

55-year old Kafwimbi and his family are now thriving, after facing hunger and uncertainty in their home in Malawi. In 2015, World Vision introduced an improved...
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I have learnt a lot of things from the project that changed
As we enter into the Easter weekend, we celebrate the story of Moli, one of the most successful cocoa farmers on Malo Island. The training he's received from World Vision has enabled him to grow such high quality beans that they are now being used for chocolate bars and have been entered into the Cocoa of Excellence competition in France.
Enjoy Milo's story here: [ Bddy.me Link ]
As we enter into the Easter weekend we celebrate the story of
Cindie Hayward- Simmonds
Razaro Matenhese
Peter Kamau
“Rami always cried before when he saw a plane; he was afraid of bombs, now he knows the planes won’t hurt him.”

Rami is one of many Syrian refugee children who have benefited from World Vision’s programs in Bekaa, Lebanon. Thanks to his time at the Early Childhood Education program, Rami has been able to enjoy everyday childhood activities- singing songs, playing games, and learning to read....
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Rami always cried before when he saw a plane he was afraid
Francis Musyoka
Devesh Kumar
ابراهيم ادم امبلوت
As a humanitarian organisation, we cannot bring peace to Syria but will continue to advocate for it.

As the "Supporting the future of Syria" conference in Brussels ends, we welcome the $6 billion (USD) pledged by donors for humanitarian assistance this year.

We can and will continue to combat the effects of violence on Syrian girls and boys... [and] we will continue to be a voice for...
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As a humanitarian organisation we cannot bring peace to Syria but will
Chuck Janisch
Rita Elena
Masudi Sudix Bin Sudil
Getachew Birhan
Chuck Janisch
Christopher Philippe