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World Vision intensifies disaster response efforts in Mozambique

By Wednesday 28, Jan, 2015

World Vision is calling for urgent aid assistance as flood situation in Mozambique rapidly deteriorates.

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World Vision intensifies disaster response efforts in Mozambique

Wednesday 28, Jan, 2015

World Vision is calling for urgent aid assistance as flood situation in Mozambique rapidly deteriorates.

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Friday 23, Jan, 2015

World Vision responds as over 600,000 people are affected and threats of waterborne diseases loom.

Action 2015: Children must not be forgotten

Thursday 15, Jan, 2015

World Vision UK has today urged world leaders to consider the plight of vulnerable children in conflict areas.

World Vision assists displaced Syrians affected by winter storm

Thursday 08, Jan, 2015

World Vision is on the ground providing comfort and assistance as refugees face harsh winter conditions.

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One of the lucky ones

Thursday 29, Jan, 2015

When Ebola came to her community, six year-old Safiatu lost most of her family to the disease. When she and her Aunty Theresa also showed symptoms, health workers were quick to respond and together they made a full recovery. However, after their trauma was over, they had a fresh challenge of returning to their community with the stigma of an Ebola survivor. This is their story.

Growing crops for shoes

Tuesday 27, Jan, 2015

For Selemani and his children, making ends meet was a constant struggle. But with the help of World Vision, he's gained the agricultural skills to ensure that he can put food on the table and his family can afford shoes and school fees. Thanks to sponsors funding the project, children like Selemani's son Bakari can look forward to a healthier, brighter future.

Winter is a time of fear for families in Za'atari

Thursday 22, Jan, 2015

As the Middle East prepares for another harsh winter, the situation facing the estimated 11 million Syrians displaced by the crisis becomes even more difficult. The cold is particularly dangerous for young children, and those living in informal tents and sub-standard buildings. Ahead of tomorrow’s Coats for Syria fundraiser, we speak to the parents of 20 month old Nouras about their worries.

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World Vision worked with the communities living in the western region of Armenia to improve water access in the area. We met the families and children who are benefiting from new taps, pipes and clean running water - without the fear of health risks.

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Five years ago today a massive earthquake struck Haiti and displaced more than 1.5 million people. Ahead of the anniversary Haiti, Jean-Wickens Merone visits Adeline and her three children, one of the families that World Vision helped to find a fresh start.

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