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Press Releases & Resources

This family fled a town south east of Mosul. The stayed in the transition centres (father in Mosque and mother/children in school transition centre) before receiving their tent and moving into the camp in Iraq.
Mosul offensive: one million people caught in the crossfire
World Vision is working around the clock to pre-position supplies of food, clean water and hygiene kits as Iraq's military offensive to re-take Mosul from ISIL could forcibly displace up to a million people. 
October 17, 2016

Table with flowers and food set for sharing a meaningful meal.
Celebrate World Food Day, October 16, by sharing a Meaningful Meal with the people you love
Canadians across the country are celebrating World Food Day, October 16, by hosting a #HungerFree Meaningful Meal. They will bring friends together around their table, or share a meal at their favourite restaurant, and use their grocery or restaurant bill as a donation guide.
October 12, 2016

Man in World Vision vest hands an elderly lady a tarpaulin inside a classroom.
Haiti: more than a million people in "dire need"
More than a million people in Haiti have been affected by Hurricane Matthew and are in dire need of life saving supplies, particularly clean water, according to World Vision, Canada’s largest international aid agency. 
October 11, 2016

A man bends over the beams and bricks of a flattened home next to bushes, palm trees and water
Hurricane Matthew: how Canadians can help Haiti
Hurricane Matthew made landfall in Haiti today with damaging sustaining winds of up to 230kph coupled with torrential rainfall. The extent of damage is still being assessed as Haitians brace for massive flooding and landslides that could put their lives, homes, neighbourhoods and livelihoods at risk.
October 03, 2016

Syrian refugee children in a World Vision Child-Friendly Space in Jordan
Canadian commitments at Refugees Summit
At the Summit for Refugees and Migrants in New York, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau pledged to increase humanitarian assistance for 2016-2017 by at least 10% over the 2015-2016 total of $684 million.
September 20, 2016

Thanks to residents of Saskatchewan, more children like Josue from Guatemala have a promising future​.
Saskatchewan residents changed the lives of 1,200 children this summer
International aid agency World Vision is thankful to the residents of Saskatchewan for their overwhelming generosity in the fight to end child poverty. Last week marked the end of the Campaign for Children, an opportunity for more people in the province to help children around the world. Over the summer, Saskatchewan citizens sponsored 1,200 children, which will change the lives of these children, their families and communities.
September 01, 2016

A boy in a thatch room holds a sign that says Peace is Safety
UN peace operations need more Canada
World Vision Canada welcomes today's announcement by the Government of Canada to $430m over three years to UN peace operations and commit up to 600 military and up to 150 police personnel. 
August 26, 2016

Eight-year-old Choul Baping says he is scared that new fighting will break out and that for him peace in South Sudan means safety
South Sudan Peace Deal Anniversary
South Sudan continues to be threatened by violence, mass internal displacement and extreme food​ insecurity one year after it signed a peace deal to end 20-months of conflict, according to World Vision. 
August 26, 2016

A group of men and women with plaques stand behind a podium and in front of Canadian and Indian flags
World Vision launches Rise up! Daughters of India
Rise Up! Daughters of India is an integrated project that aims to engage the Indian diaspora in Canada to help Indian girls stay in school, through the provision of toilet facilities.  
August 08, 2016

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Members of Canada's multicultural communities rally for change
Last night approximately 200 leaders with roots in countries around world gathered at World Vision's headquarters to discuss how ethnic communities in Canada are uniquely poised to bring about positive global change.  
July 29, 2016

Saskatoon mayor Don Atchison serves up a hamburger on a sunny day in Saskatoon.
Celebrating Saskatchewan's compassion
On Saturday July 17, development agency World Vision hosted a BBQ in Saskatoon to celebrate the difference the people of Saskatchewan are making across the globe. The free event was manned by volunteers, and was a chance to highlight the generosity of people of Saskatchewan, many of whom advocate for and help some of the world’s most vulnerable children. 
July 17, 2016

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Ontario ignoring child slavery
A new poll released today reveals that Ontarians feel conflicted about child labour and how they may be fueling the tragedy.  Commissioned by World Vision a few weeks after the Bangladesh factory disaster, the Ipsos Reid survey found that 73 per cent of Ontarians think it’s easy to turn a blind eye to child labour in developing countries.
July 16, 2016

World Vision mobilizes their emergency response in Juba, South Sudan.
Mobilizing lifesaving assistance to South Sudan
After intense fighting followed by a fragile ceasefire in Juba, South Sudan, World Vision is mobilizing its emergency response to provide lifesaving assistance to thousands of newly displaced people.
July 14, 2016

Adut, 28, sits next to her ill one year-old baby, Makuei, who sleeps on a mattress at Warrap State Hospital because there are not enough beds
South Sudan growing pains: World Vision offers a path for Canada to be a global leader in helping the world's most vulnerable people
On July 9, South Sudan will celebrate the 5th anniversary of its independence. But the world's newest country continues to experience urgent humanitarian challenges that require greater support from Canada and the international community, according to World Vision.
July 08, 2016

Five people in Wheels for Wells biking jerseys and two little girls stand in front of a loaded truck
Cyclists begin Vancouver to Calgary ride for clean water
A team of four cyclists from Wheels for Wells will leave this morning to cycle to Calgary to raise funds and awareness for World Vision's clean water projects. 
June 22, 2016

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