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I was in the room when my daughter was born. That was 15 years ago. Since then, more than 4 million mothers worldwide have
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More than 1.4 million South Sudanese people have been forced to flee across borders in the last year.
The WorldPost
For the first time in her life, Freedom Santo – a traditional healer in South Sudan – recently felt positive recognition
The World Post
Both Hamas and the Palestinian Authority accused one another of foiling the election for political reasons. With their arbitrary arrest of journalists, West Bank and Gaza have joined Israel as they politicize their judicial system to demonize inconvenient actors and suppress criticism.
Politics
In early June, Israel detained the director of the World Vision charity organization in Gaza. Two months later, early August, Israeli security authorities stated that Mohammed El Halabi was arrested because he diverted millions of dollars to Hamas, which were spent for its activities.
Impact
Going to work means taking your four-year-old with you, because there's no school for him to go to.
Impact
Transformation happens when we take responsibility for the world around us. Whether it's our spiritual lives, our relationships, or our community, transformation isn't a passive process.
Religion
In 2014 Rich Stearns, CEO of World Vision USA, made a historic announcement: they would hire gay Christians in same-sex marriages. Two days later, under immense financial pressure and criticism on the evangelical right, World Vision USA reversed their decision.
Impact
When I stepped inside the stall in Kenya I nearly vomited. The smell was overwhelming. Since that jarring experience five years ago I have been slightly obsessed with pit latrines and toilets when I travel to low-and middle-income countries
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They may not get a goat, but that's OK.
Education
By Kevin J. Jenkins, President and Chief Executive Officer, World Vision International Formal aid grants are drying up for
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Hundreds of thousands of families have been making the journey through Europe, including many children who are fleeing violence in places like Syria and Iraq. World Vision videographer Ralph Baydoun is along the border of Serbia and has captured some of their stories.
Impact
Get ready for some serious girl talk, because this month, you won't be able to avoid it. The documentary about heroic young Malala comes out this weekend, Tuesday is international girls day, and October is breast cancer awareness month.
The World Post
The Millennium Development Goals have been credited with saving and improving the lives of millions of people. However, they largely failed to reach the world's most vulnerable children.
Impact
During those few minutes, while Ibrahim was crying, the land owner shared something with me. "You know, madame, dealing with sheep is much easier than dealing with these Syrian refugee children." My ears were listening to this man. My eyes were on Ibrahim. My heart was nowhere. It was broken.
Impact
Through a community mobilization program that helped with issues such as agricultural production and access to water, Dukale, a poor coffee farmer, had started to lift his family out of poverty.
Videos
Grandmothers celebrate the birth of twin girls born by emergency c-section at Warrap State Hospital, which is supported by World Vision South Sudan.
The World Post
Some 12.2 million people, more than half of the population, are estimated to need humanitarian assistance. A similar number have been displaced -- between 6.5 million and 7.8 million -- within Syria, and three to four million have been displaced on to neighboring states.