Areas of Need

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More than half of the world’s population live in cities. As the urban population grows, so does the number of urban poor children. Often devoid of basic rights of survival, development and protection...
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One in nine people in the world do not have enough to eat. You can end starvation through feeding programmes and increase farmers' yield with drought-resistant seeds, better tools and more.
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Children are living in most dangerous parts of the world, where it is most difficult to be a child. Forced to flee their homes by violent conflict, famine, war, and natural disaster, they have lost...
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Children in the developing world are still dying from treatable illnesses like influenza, diarrhoea or malnutrition. Help stop preventable deaths with proper health and nutrition!
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121 million children are not in school due to poverty. Help children out of poverty through education in Africa and Asia.
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By 2025, half the world's population will live in water-stressed areas. You can help communities ensure that all children have clean water and proper sanitation!
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“Climate change threatens to undo the last 50 years of progress in development, global health, and poverty reduction.” – United Nations Human Rights 2019 What we do now can dramatically reduce the...
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Equip and empower cause-driven youth and future leaders through rich developmental opportunities like skilled volunteerism, experiential learning platforms and youth conferences.
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Positively impact and empower communities in need with World Vision's Village2Village program!
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Protect the world’s most vulnerable against the rapid global spread of COVID-19. While wealthy countries typically have 2-12 hospital beds per 1,000 population, in the poorest countries it is as few...
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About 2.4 billion people live on less than US$2 a day. Provide struggling members of our communities with micro-loans and skills in generating income so they can care for their children!

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