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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
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.
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.
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.
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.
When World Vision distributed hundreds of animals in Christine’s community in Uganda, her community's dynamic changed forever.
Learn all about how World Vision’s Maternal and Child health programme is saving children’s lives.
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