South Sudan: Meeting Immediate Needs
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Malnutrition and disease are common, finishing school remains a challenge and farming and economic activities have been interrupted in South Sudan. But, with the support of Canadians, World Vision is helping meet the immediate needs of children and families.
Syria: Making a Difference
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World Vision is working with people affected by the Syrian crisis. So far, over 2 million people have received help like food, water, hygiene products and other essentials like blankets, clothing, and baby items. With continued support from donors, we are making a difference!
Afghanistan: Jahantab’s Passion for Health
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Jahantab receives training regularly and is participating in a World Vision special project aimed at improving maternal and new-born care in Afghanistan.
Syria: Our Response
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World Vision is committed to alleviate suffering and improve the quality of life for refugees and host communities affected by the Syrian Crisis, with a particular emphasis on the needs of children. So far, we've helped close to two million people with things like food, water and hygiene kits.
Pakistan: Women Welcomed to Lead
Daily life has changed dramatically in Rabia Naveed’s remote village in Pakistan, where harsh restrictions used to prevent women from getting involved in community life. Read Rabia's Story
Sudan: Beyond the Call of Duty - Health Workers Plant Trees
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Stretching beyond their normal call of duty, health workers at several clinics in Sudan have committed to plant a total of 200 trees on the grounds of their medical facilities within two years.
Somalia: An Eye for Business
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Her store has been operating successfully for seven months, selling everything from food and clothing to home goods. Only five months ago, Madina’s life was very different.
eastern DRC: Women's Stand Up Project
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Many women who have lived through unimaginable horrors, today look to a different future for themselves and their families.