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Going where no one else goes because Jesus is alive in the hardest places to be a child.
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World Vision USA 14h
Sending a virtual hug to you today 🧡 Disclaimer: This photo was taken before . We recommend maintaining guidelines to avoid spreading the virus.
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World Vision USA 17h
Handwashing songs are going global with and ! Watch our friends and Raya teach kids around the world how to stay healthy: .
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World Vision USA 21h
Many areas in the are characterized by ⬆️ rates of food insecurity related to conflict, poor farming methods, poor harvest & limited access to markets. We partner w/ here & around the world to bring help & hope:
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World Vision USA Mar 26
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And in the 17 countries where the impact could be the most devastating, we're: • Supporting children made more vulnerable by the effects of COVID-19. • Promoting preventive measures to slow the spread of the virus. • Supporting health systems & workers.
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World Vision USA Mar 26
Here in the U.S., with church & school partners, we’re responding to by: • Planning to reach 350,000 under-resourced families with essential hygiene supplies, food, & more. • Providing protection like masks & gloves for healthcare workers. Continued in comments
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World Vision USA Mar 26
“What we do — or don’t do — today has serious and far-reaching impact on the future of these children, who know little else than war.” Will you join us in raising our voices for the children of northeast Syria?
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World Vision USA Mar 26
Ongoing conflict in the has triggered many people to abandon rural areas in favor of urban centers. Over 80% suffer from food insecurity and can't buy essentials at local markets. partnered to bring help to this vulnerable population.
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World Vision USA Mar 25
The encourages you to clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces daily. This includes tables, doorknobs, light switches, countertops, handles, desks, phones, keyboards, toilets, faucets, and sinks.
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World Vision USA Mar 25
For employees keeping our grocery stores clean and stocked. May God give you the strength to manage the additional work and the crowds of people. We pray for customers to offer you hope and encouragement rather than criticism and negativity.
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World Vision USA Mar 25
In the Kasai district of the , partnered to enhance the nutritional status of 55,299 malnourished children aged 6-59 months, 15,822 malnourished pregnant/lactating women, 700 HIV & TB patients, and 600 caregivers.
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World Vision USA Mar 25
Self-quarantine isn't slowing down our advocates! They held a digital meeting with a staff member of to talk about protecting children in emergency settings! Way to stay healthy while still speaking up for kids everywhere! 🧡
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World Vision USA Mar 24
“We'll get through this crisis if communities pull together and care for the most vulnerable. And that's where churches shine.”
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World Vision USA Mar 24
Clean water has never been more crucial, since handwashing is essential in stopping the spread of . Thank you for raising awareness about .
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World Vision USA Mar 24
For pastors around the globe providing comfort and wisdom through online services. We pray for you to be filled with passion and purpose, to see hope rising, and to find rest in God.
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World Vision USA Mar 24
Last month, World Vision Advocacy faced some big challenges — along with big successes! Here are the big wins we’re thanking God for this month. 🙌 🙌 🙌
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World Vision USA Mar 24
70-75% of the rural population in the depend on subsistence from agriculture that has been severely disrupted due to continuing armed conflict. provided important assistance & tools aimed at increasing their resilience.
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World Vision USA Mar 24
Need a dose of good news? We've got 10! Here are 10 good things happening in the world right now.
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World Vision USA Mar 23
Graphic news coverage of disasters can be distressing for young children. How do you reassure them about something difficult they’ve seen or heard in the news?
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USAID/Food for Peace Mar 23
With help from and , Wilfrid can grow and sell lettuce 🥬🥬 for a profit. He plans to use the 💰 to buy cattle and feed his family in . 📷:
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World Vision USA Mar 23
When kids are on the run from violence, the last thing they might think about is schoolwork. But education is a life-saving intervention for refugee & displaced kids because of its ability to build hope, a sense of safety, & resilience.
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