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World Vision provides assistance to over 100 million people in nearly 100 countries around the world. Our project reports, research, and community stories show that our programs result in real and lasting change for children and families.
Nutrition, health care and disease prevention improve the well-being of children and their families.
Seeds, tools and agriculture training create a sustainable food supply for families and children.
Clean water, good hygiene practices and sanitation facilities dramatically improve children's health.
Quality education, teacher training and school supplies open doors for children to a future filled with possibilities.
Micro-loans and business training enable families to build a brighter future for children.
Advocacy for child rights and encouraging children to speak up against injustice strengthens families and communities.
Emergency response, disaster relief, and support for families living in fragile countries give children a better chance for survival and hope.
Partnerships with community-based organizations help address needs of the most vulnerable children and families in Canada.