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"Each of you should use whatever gift you have received to serve others, as faithful stewards of God’s grace in its various forms," 1 Peter 4:10.

It takes countless hours from selfless volunteers from every walk of life and every corner of the globe to make our work around the world possible.

Today, we want to say a special THANK YOU to everyone who supports our work by volunteering. We...
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It is Advent and once again. During this time of waiting and preparation, we light our candles thinking about the rights of children.

Second candle: Children have the right to be protected against any harm

God help us to be protectors and defenders of the children in our families, neighbourhoods and country. #Advent2016, #Advent
There are no banks where John He’ai lives in the Solomon Islands. A trip to the nearest bank would cost him a month's worth of earnings from selling fish and crab. His family used to keep their money at home but were never able to save. "We ended up spending the money on anything that came up," he says.

Only 17% of parents in his community were able to save money before we initiated a...
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As the first winter storm rolls through the region, a cold winter rain drenches Syrian refugees at a camp in the Bekaa Valley, making difficult conditions even worse.

There are more than 1.5 million Syrian refugees in Lebanon, at least half of them are children.
Today is December 1. It is also World AIDS Day.

We have come a long way, as a global community in the last decade in the fight against HIV and AIDS. But, we have a long road still ahead of us.

Although you might not hear about it in the news anymore, AIDS is the leading cause of death for adolescents in Africa (and the second leading cause of death among adolescents globally).

See how we...
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“We’ve experienced drought before but this year is the worst,” says Thamsanqa Makhuyana, from Makhovula village in Zimbabwe.

The prolonged drought, caused by El Nino, has affected nearly four million people in Zimbabwe and drastically reduced farming yields, leaving thousands of livestock dead according to the government of Zimbabwe.

See how irrigation is keeping one community alive and even...
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Violence in Iraq has displaced more than 3 million people. Many took refuge in villages or small communities where the infastructure was already stretched--Khanke was one of these communities.

The village's population grew by 20,000 nearly overnight. Although they had shelter thanks to the generous residents, they lacked access to water for everyday needs.

To support this community, our...
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It is Advent and once again we have the opportunity to light the candles of our crowns. During this time of waiting and preparation, we will light candles thinking about the rights of children.

May the light of Christ shine in our lives so that we can ensure the full development of children in our families, communities and country.
Happy #Thanksgiving to our friends and supporters in the U.S.

Much like Rosa, Ayesha, Ponsious, Angelie (pictured here) and others we serve around the world, we have much to be thankful for.

What are you most thankful for?
Many families in Haiti are reeling from the effects of #HurricaneMatthew. This week our teams in Haiti were able to reach 300 additional families in Nippes with tarps, mosquito nets, flashlights, blankets and hygiene kits.

To date, our repose team in Haiti has been able to support 143,812 people affected by the hurricane's damaging effects.
Our nutrition clubs in Vietnam have helped reduce the number of children who are stunted by 1.9 per cent in the areas where we are working giving children, like Phi, the opportunity to reach their full potential.

“My son, Phi, hasn’t been malnourished since I started following the nutrition club’s advice,” she continues. “Next year, he’ll start in grade one like the other children in my...
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Around the world, some 230 million children lack birth registration, more than half of them live in the Asia Pacific region. This "piece of paper" has the power to unlock futures and help break the cycle of poverty for many, like Kyaw, 7, from Myanmar.

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In this date in 1959 the United Nations adopted the Declaration of the Rights of the Child, a document that identifies the rights which should be enjoyed by all children regardless of gender, race, ethnicity, religion or socioeconomic status.

Sadly, although it’s been 57 years, too many children are systematically denied these rights.

Every year more than one billion children experience...
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If you are reading this, it’s probably safe to assume you also have access to a toilet or multiple toilets throughout the day. Did you know that 2.4 billion people still lack access to even a basic toilet?

When people don’t have access to a proper toilet they are forced “to go” in the open, contaminating the environment and putting themselves and their community at risk of preventable...
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One month after forces launched the battle to re-take the city, more than 50,000 people have been displaced – almost half are children under 18

At Zelican camp, 25 kilometres outside of Mosul, children who lived under ISIL say they had years of nightmares from witnessing atrocities.

In this video, they share some of their memories from the past as well as their hopes for the future.

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Malibuseng, 63, from Lesotho is one of more than 158 million people around the world whose lives have been made more difficult by #ElNino weather patterns.

When her crops withered as a result of drought, she wasn't sure how she would feed herself and the seven grandchildren she provides for each day. "I depend on farming for survival," she says.

She is grateful for cash assistance she...
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Between 2010 and 2015, the number of child refugees increased by 75%.

Strengthening child protection systems is proven to be one of the most cost-effective ways to build resilience and promote sustainable development.

That is why we are excited to announce our participation in the new Alliance for Child Protection in Humanitarian Protection (an interagency group focused on child protection...
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Good health is the foundation of a child’s life. At World Vision, we aim to ensure mothers and children are well nourished, protected from infection and disease, and have access to essential and quality health services.

In Armenia, we are helping children stay healthy by ensuring those who care for their health receive ongoing education, enabling them to provide the best care possible to the...
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Children in Iraq have seen and survived things that would give many adults nightmares.

As more families flee Mosul, our staff are on the ground. They are welcoming children in newly formed camps to our Child Friendly Spaces.

Each day, the children come to the space where activities are run by skilled Child Protection Officers, trained in providing child-based psychological and social...
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As families continue to flee Mosul daily, our teams are on the ground providing a safe space for children to play, to process and to begin to heal. #Mosul