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World Vision's 30-hour fasting campaign begins

Taipei Times - 13 Jul 2018
World Vision activists yesterday spoke about their experiences helping refugees from South Sudan, Bangladesh and Myanmar, detailing the needs and challenges faced as the charity's Taiwan chapter prepares to hold its annual famine campaign.
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World Vision Transforming Lives In Gusheigu And Karaga Districts

Modern Ghana (press release) (blog) - 12 Jul 2018
In total, I have 13 matured sheep and goats courtesy World Vision's S4T project.” According to Mma Amina, she is supporting her two sons to increase their yield. “Through this business, I am able to take care of myself and also support my two sons with ...
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Baptist youths complete 30-hour famine in Carthage - 26 Jun 2018
CARTHAGE — Members of the First Baptist Church Cabin 3 The Outpost youth group recently participated in a 30-hour famine to raise money and awareness of the living conditions of others worldwide. “Cabin 3 is working with World Vision, which has ...
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After Live Aid: How international aid became relevant again

The Guardian - 25 Jun 2018
Natasha Tamplin is World Vision's impact portfolio manager for Myanmar, Bangladesh, and Nepal, and says that child sponsorship has evolved alongside people's understanding of what effective charitable aid looks like. Crucially, sponsoring a child does ...
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LOOK: Troy Rike turns over P100,000 to World Vision Philippines

ABS-CBN News - 10 Jul 2018
Gilas Pilipinas cadet Troy Rike on Monday officially turned over his cash incentive worth P100,000 to World Vision Philippines, following through on the promise that he made upon receiving the bonus from Chooks-to-Go president Ronald Mascariñas.
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Harlem Globetrotters bounce their way to Kelowna for World Vision - 06 Jul 2018
Members of the Harlem Globetrotters had a chance to travel with World Vision last year to Mozambique to experience first-hand the impact of the organization's water projects. Hoops, one of the Globies who will be in attendance at the fundraiser, says ...
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Zim exempts World Vision from tax

DailyNews - 02 Jul 2018
HARARE - Government has waived income tax for expatriate staff of World Vision Zimbabwe (WVZ) and projects financed by the United States (US) government. This follows provisions provided for under Statutory Instrument 127 of 2018 published in last ...
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Give water, give life: Wellspring brings clean water to Africa

Park Rapids Enterprise - 11 Jul 2018
According to the World Vision, more than 700 million people do not have access to clean water, and more than 1,600 children under 5 die every day from diarrheal disease due to dirty water. Wellspring for the World was founded in Fargo. Partnering with ...
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Urgent action required - 13 Jul 2018
To date more than 5 million Syrians have fled their homeland, half of whom are children. According to UN figures, 6 million more have been internally displaced within Syria. In February 2018, employees of international aid organisation World Vision ...
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Hazard and Belgium too good for England in World Cup play-off

New Vision - 15 Jul 2018
Belgium's players celebrate their victory with fans after their Russia 2018 World Cup play-off for third place football match between Belgium and England at the Saint Petersburg Stadium in Saint Petersburg on July 14, 2018. AFP PHOTO. Belgium achieved ...
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World Vision Hosts Annual Clean-up Day in Hanuabada Village

EMTV Online - 02 Jul 2018
By Meleasie Goviro – EMTV News, Port Moresby. Hanuabada Village was hard at work over the weekend (June 30), ridding their streets and shorelines of waste pollution. The clean-up exercise was led by World Vision under their 'Hanuabada Annual ...
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Owls See the World Much Like We Do

New York Times - 03 Jul 2018
Although owls and humans both have binocular vision, it has been unclear whether these birds of prey process information they collect from their environments like humans, because their brains aren't as complex. But in a study published in the Journal ...

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