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World Aids Day 2015 December 01, 2015

World Aids Day is to unite in the fight against HIV, raise awareness, support people living with HIV, and to commemorate individuals who have died of HIV.

The Safety of Children Undermined by Violence in Central African Republic November 30, 2015

The recruitment of child soldiers and escalation of child sexual abuse cases is rampant across the Central African Republic (CAR) following a new wave of violence in the past fortnight.

Harvy Draws His Way to Recovery November 26, 2015

Seperated from his parents 8 year old Harvy is in constant fear of losing his only other family after experiencing the horrific Typhoon Haiyan.

The Top Ten Gifts That Sponsors Send to Their Sponsored Children November 25, 2015

Looking for inspiration on what to send to your sponsored child at Christmas time? Look no further.

The Shopkeepers of Za’atari November 23, 2015

Shopkeepers Hamid and Khalil are trying to use their skills that they used in Syria to make a living in their new host communities. Everyone is hoping some kind of normality will return.

Universal Children’s Day 2015 November 20, 2015

Today we are celebrating Universal’s Children’s day and highlighting the World’s goal to end preventable deaths of newborns and children under 5 years of age by 2030

International Men’s Day 19/11/2015 November 19, 2015

Today as the world celebrates International Men’s Day, we would like to highlight the crucial role that men play in the daily lives of women and children.

Deng Keeps His Dreams Alive November 16, 2015

In South Sudan, thousands of children have had to flee conflict and war. Read about how 15-year-old Deng found friendship and safety while also keeping his dreams alive despite immeasurable loss.

World Pneumonia Day 2015 November 12, 2015

Today, November 12th, is World Pneumonia Day. Today is a day to highlight and raise awareness of the size and scale of an utterly preventable, but still all too common, cause of childhood death.

Rescued from a life of servitude November 05, 2015

Sonite 14, was once forced to work as a servant in her godmother's house. She never thought she would see the inside of a classroom again.

One goat, one chicken, one rooster: changing thousands of lives November 01, 2015

When World Vision distributed hundreds of animals in Christine’s community in Uganda, her community's dynamic changed forever.

The AIM Health Programme – Bringing Joy to Kenya October 29, 2015

Learn all about how World Vision’s Maternal and Child health programme is saving children’s lives.

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