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World Vision

Children here at Kabemba Primary School in rural North Kivu, #DRCongo, are thriving in class thanks to the hearty school meals @WorldVision's providing with @WFP. You can just feel the joy and energy emanating from this place!
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How it feels to register for the 2020 global #6KforWater: 🤩 When you sign up for the Global#6kforWaterr, every step you take 🏃‍♀️ helps us bring life-saving clean water to children who need it most! Register
Going to school hungry shouldn’t be the norm. GUESS: How many elementary-age kids around the world go to school with an empty stomach?
Answer: 50%-80%
Hungry for knowledge: Keeping these hungry students at school in Burundi was a challenge before a World Vision school feeding project began serving up nutrition-packed lunches 🍛.#WorldVisionWednesdayyC
Food assistance in North Korea 🇰🇵 brings these kindergarten students to school each day and gives their parents relief during a time of food insecurity within the
We're devastated by reports that 9 children were killed in strikes in the #Idlib region of #Syria yesterday. World leaders must take immediate action to secure a ceasefire. Children, schools and hospitals are #NotATarget.…
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“For I was hungry and you gave me something to eat...I was a stranger and you invited me in.” – Matthew 25:35 Thank you for helping us make an impact for hungry children through your prayers 🙏 and actions 💪#TuesdayThoughtstSC
DYK: In 2018, World Vision provided life-saving food assistance to 10.9 million hungry people, including 6 million children, in 36 countries.
Jane, Shona, and their mother have received nutritious food rations at a refugee settlement in Uganda. Here, we’re reaching 360,000 people every month with critical food assistance.
The high cost of food relative to a vulnerable family’s income can make it challenging to put food on the table. TAKE A GUESS: On average, what percentage of income do vulnerable families around the world spend on food?
How does World Vision ensure that emergency food assistance really helps the families that need it the most? Here’s a behind-the-scenes look at a food voucher distribution in the Kurdistan region of Iraq.
Fueling good health so children can experience life in all its fullness. ← This leads our approach to food assistance and emergency food relief. #MondayMotivation
Was just sent this photo from a @worldvisioncan colleague near the capital of Ethiopia. This is a swarm of locust - the world’s most dangerous migratory pest species. They completely destroy farmland. These swarms are predicted to impact the food security of 11.9 million people.
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This is how many girls are being forced into marriage every minute… 👧 👧🏽 👧 👧🏾 👧🏾 👧🏼 👧🏾 👧🏼 👧🏻 👧🏻 👧🏿 👧🏿 👧🏼 👧🏽 👧 👧🏽 👧🏾 👧🏻 👧 👧🏻 👧🏿 👧🏽 👧 This is how many h#EndChildMarriage6 #EndChildMarriage
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This is the situation facing communities in #China. We're fighting the spread of #CoronaVirus by providing health workers with emergency supplies & protective gear. Pray with us as we work to keep children & communities across Asia-Pacific informed & safe:…
May peace, understanding, and love prevail in South Sudan. #ItTakesAWorld
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Peacebuilding in Sri Lanka: Since 1983, conflict between ethnic groups has left children impacted by difference & violence. Lojini & Shyamali met at a World Vision Children’'s Forum. Though they do not belong to the same ethnic group, they are now best friends! 🤝#FridayFeelingg9
Our commitment to advocating for children as key voices in peacebuilding has spanned decades. Now, we’re celebrating a @UN resolution that supports 2 child well-being priorities—protection & participation—& supports young peacebuilders globally.
Now #hiring a Senior Program Manager! This is a unique opportunity to lead the groundbreaking program of content, data & digital connection related projects that enables the #digitaltransformation of @WorldVision’s sponsor experience. Learn more & apply:
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Let us celebrate #SocialJusticeDay by listening to and acting together with the most vulnerable children to remove the barriers they face because of gender, age, race, ethnicity, religion, culture, or disability.
Without peace and social cohesion, no nation can develop and improve.
From conflict to harmony: Since participating in a World Vision programme in South Darfur, tribal members have nearly eliminated violence. Now, women & children can safely interact to heal broken relationships & enjoy social centres built by World Vision.
We’re saddened to hear the terrible news of our colleagues at @Oxfam #Syria. Our hearts and prayers go to their families. Aid workers are #NotATarget 🛑…s
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Lambert, 13, used to wake at 5am and spend 2 hours wading through a swamp to get water for the family, making him late for school. Now @WVRwanda has piped clean water near his home in Muhaza, and at his school, meaning he arrives on time and is now excelling in class.
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1/ “The role of women in social peacebuilding is very important. A woman is a mother who can either teach her children to react violently or she can impart peace & harmony to them.” – @SpozhmaiWardak, Deputy Minister of Women’s Affairs, Afghanistan
World Vision’s #6KforWater is a fun and simple way to change lives for good. Learn what it takes to rally your family and friends for this great cause on Saturday, May 16th.
Peace is taking root in one of El Salvador’s most violent cities. A World Vision programme called Emmanuel is uniting parents with their children to restore relationships and break the cycle of conflict.
“Blessed are the peacemakers, for they will be called sons of God.” – Matthew 5:9 #TuesdayThoughts RT to stand for peace #WithSyria
“Dear leaders, here’s what you can do to promote peace in our communities.” – Syrian refugee children 👂Listen to our voices 👍Share our message 🙏Pray for our
3 ways World Vision promotes peace to empower Syrian refugee children:
May peace, understanding, and love prevail in South Sudan. #ItTakesAWorld
A roadmap for peace in Cambodia: Our curriculum “Peace Road” in primary and secondary schools educates and strengthens children to be peacebuilders.
Conflict is part of the world we live in, but peacebuilding is possible & necessary for the protection & empowerment of children. Our work is equipping the youth to become peacebuilders in their communities & agents of change for their generation.
What will happen if the #CoronavirusOutbreak reaches Africa? Find out how we're preparing to respond should the most vulnerable communities be impacted:… - via @devex
“I told my parents I didn’t like this man. All I wanted was to go to school and get my education.” - Karima For many girls, the choice of who they marry isn’t their own. RT to stand with girls this #ValentinesDay and help us #ENDChildMarriage 
As advocates for vulnerable children, we are compelled by our faith to speak out for them boldly. We believe that everyone can be used in powerful ways to bring about justice. Six stories that inspire us:
2/ Your voice is powerful and needed. Join us to make a global impact:
1/ Advocacy is an essential element of World Vision’s work. It... ➡️ Challenges the policies and systems that prevent vulnerable children from experiencing life in all its fullness. ➡️ Amplifies the voices of the poor and approaches governments as partners to impact change.
Are you passionate about #Finance? @WVHaiti is #hiring a HUB Finance Director to lead all aspects of financial management for World Vision's work in #Haiti and #DominicanRepublic. Bachelors in #Accounting, Finance or #Economics. Learn more and apply today:
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Advocacy at work means we never stop in our pursuit of a just world for all children. World Vision’s #ItTakesAWorld advocacy campaign has contributed to at least 50 policy changes across 16 countries that help protect children from violence.
Effective advocacy and government funding means that mothers in Bangladesh are receiving hands-on training in health and nutrition for their young children. Healthier children = a healthier community = a healthier future for all.
Also fact: 2/ We’re advocating for legislation that will help improve the health of mothers and babies where access to life-saving care is limited:
1/ Fact: - Nearly 15k children under the age of 5 die from preventable causes each day. - Pregnancy and childbirth claim the lives of nearly 300,000 mothers each year.
Rose, a former child soldier in South Sudan, escaped captivity after months of abuse. She's now supported by World Vision's reintegration programme where she receives counseling and is on-track to complete her education to become a midwife.
During our 3-year partnership, World Vision and @GPtoEndViolence have worked to influence national governments to take more actions towards ending violence against children. Key focus areas include child marriage, FGM, & child labour.
Local advocacy is important when it comes to speaking out against harmful practices like child marriage. Local leaders in Ghana are learning to educate parents & stop child marriage. We are helping the community understand the importance of allowing girls to stay in school.
DYK today is #RedHandDay, to acknowledge & advocate for the protection of child soldiers around the world. Governments & communities must prevent the recruitment of child soldiers, & develop programmes that help former child soldiers experience recovery.
2/ In 2017, World Vision partnered with @UNICEF to ensure more children in crisis situations have access to education. As a result, young children like Juma have been reached with psychosocial support and early learning activities in literacy and numeracy.
1/ The impact of advocacy: “In South Sudan, I was not going to school but when we came here, the school was near and my father brought me here and I joined the top class,” says Juma.
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