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A young girl in Turkana County, Kenya, rejoices at the maize and USAID-provided vegetable oil available for her family through World Vision’s Food for Assets program. The program provides needed emergency food assistance for vulnerable families in Turkana County, while also helping the rural community sustainably increase agriculture productivity. There has been very little rain … Read More
Join us on Tuesday, October 17 at 12:00 pm PST | 3:00 pm EST for a conference call on reaching the most vulnerable people in areas affected by conflict, disaster, or violence. Hear first-hand from experts, ask your questions, and receive the latest updates from the field. By 2030, it is estimated that two-thirds of … Read More
The other week, my colleague Amanda shared with you five big reasons to meet with your member of Congress this summer about global poverty. You might be wondering: What will this meeting with my member of Congress look like? What will they say to me, and what will I need to say to them? Every … Read More
This is part 10 of our 12-part series, 12 Prayers of Christmas. Check back and join us as we pray together leading up to Christmas. Malaria. HIV/AIDS. Pneumonia. Polio. Tuberculosis. Diarrhea. The list of diseases that primarily affect the most vulnerable—children and those living in extreme poverty—goes on. If you’re like me, just seeing the … Read More
This is part seven of our 12-part series, 12 Prayers of Christmas. Check back and join us as we pray together leading up to Christmas. Many women in the Bible are celebrated for their amazing gift of life to the world — from Eve, whose name can be translated to literally mean “life-giving” or “mother … Read More
Additional contributions by Aaron Brose. It is very likely you know someone who has given birth to, or maybe even was, a preterm baby—a “preemie” as they’re affectionately called. In the United States, preterm birth may come with complications, but hospital and medical teams are well-equipped to provide life-saving care and give parents information about … Read More