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Heavy rains have caused severe flooding in southern Thailand. Many communities are extremely hard to reach as roads and railways remain under water. Our staff are distributing drinking water, survival kits and dry clothes to children and their families affected by the floods.
Seven years ago today, Haiti was hit by a massive earthquake that killed hundreds of thousands of people and displaced more than a million people. Thanks to your prayers and support, we've been able to help with a broad range of recovery efforts and continuing long-term projects that have helped thousands of children and families. This infographic shows just how much has been accomplished as...
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When Hurricane Matthew slammed Haiti last October, thousands of children and their families lost everything.

In the three months since the storm, our teams on the ground have reached more than 116,000 people with emergency supplies, livelihood support, improved hygiene and psychosocial support.

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“In our village, we have a belief. The belief is that parents who can marry their daughters off before they experience menstruation will go to heaven,” explains Hem, 16.

Without World Vision training in their community that taught Hem and others about the their rights and the dangers of child marriage, Hem, her 14-year-old cousin, Kajal, and 17-year-old sister, Dipa, would have all been...
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2017 is off to a difficult start for many in the Philippines.

Nearly 2 million people, like Rosalyn, 5, were affected by Typhoon Nina.

Our teams on the ground are coordinating with the local government and partners to reach an initial 10,000 people with relief items such as hygiene kits, mosquito nets and blankets.
As another year comes to an end we remember these words and look forward to 2017 with hope and great expectations.

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As the year draws to a close, we are taking some time this week to reflect on the impact of our work around the world.

In last 5 years our advocacy has contributed to 291 policy changes in 30 countries. #WorldVisionImpact, #Advocacyworks [ Bddy.me Link ]

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We believe that poverty is a result of broken relationships. Our programmes restore relationships to address community problems.
As the year draws to a close, we are taking some time this week to reflect on the impact of our work around the world.

Today, let's look at economic development and income generation through.

Studies show that female entrepreneurs use their income to meet the needs of their children, lifting themselves and their children out of poverty.

73% of the 1,343,000 loans provided through our...
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As the year draws to a close, we are taking some time this week to reflect on the impact of our work around the world.

When Ebola ravaged communities across West Africa our teams thought outside of the box.

We distributed radios to help children like Omaru, 10, from Sierra Leone continue their education when classes were suspended and worked with faith leaders and communities to curb the...
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As the year draws to a close, we are taking some time this week to reflect on the impact of our work around the world.

Today, let's look at education.

It’s not enough to have kids in classrooms. They need to be learning.

Through increased emphasis on the quality of education, programmes with critically low levels of literacy declined from 47 to 35%, across 24 countries.

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Together with Ndilimbira, from Malawi, we want to wish you and your loved ones a Merry Christmas.
For Mutinta, a mother of seven from the rural Zambia, Christmas has a special meaning. “Christmas is not just the time to remember the birth of Christ who came to die for our sins. It is also a time to reflect on the lives of those people whom Christ has used to bring change in the lives of someone like me.”

See how five goats have changed everything for Mutina and her family.

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Thank you for joining our call to light a candle to let those in #Syria we have not forgotten about them. #Aleppo [ Bddy.me Link ]
You have probably heard of White Christmases and Blue Christmases.

In the communities where we work in Indonesia, where few have the resources needed to purchase a Christmas tree, communities are celebrating with a "Green Christmas" competition by Christmas trees are created from recycled materials.

In addition to celebrating Christmas, the use of recycled materials aims to raise people’s...
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Like Anna, 15, from Armenia, sponsored children around the world love to receive correspondence, especially #Christmas cards from their sponsors.
The end of the battle for #Aleppo does not mean an end for the suffering of children in #Syria.

Our teams are working hard to provide support for those who have managed to flee and prepare for others.

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For Erisjana, 9, in Albania and many children around the world "Christmas is magic." She loves the snow, the special foods and the gifts. But, most of all, Erisjana loves Christmas, "because it brings my parents together."

Erisjana doesn't get to see her father that often. To support his family, he spends most his time working in construction in Greece.

But, on Christmas, "we get together...
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Christmas at my home, a story by little Erisjana

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Every share lights a #Candle4Syria! Join us today in showing the people of #Aleppo that they are not forgotten. Stand in solidarity for peace—share, pray, give, and let your candle shine: [ Bddy.me Link ]
For years, our hearts have been broken by the conflict in Syria. As we near Christmas, the images of children who have been hurt and even targeted by the violence, especially in #Aleppo, seem almost too much to bear.

This Christmas, we’re asking you to light a candle in your window as a show of solidarity with Syria’s children. Take a photo of it and upload it using the hashtag #candle4syria.