World Vision USA

@WorldVisionUSA

Founded in 1950. Serves close to 100 million people in nearly 100 countries worldwide. Find the latest news from World Vision U.S. at http://t.co/LHumsIKK.

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Staff pray for & write to sponsors & donors who submitted a prayer request. #DayofPrayer

The items in a Promise Pack sent to children around world. #DayofPrayer

Staff pack backpacks w/ school supplies in brkout session. #DayofPrayer

Staff shuffle into Grace Community Church for our annual #DayofPrayer

In Uganda, clean water gives 9.y.o Josephine a real reason to smile. #WaterWednesday

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speaks to WV staff at our 60th anniversary chapel

Happy birthday World Vision #Micro! Celebrating 1 yr at HQ today. #microfinance

Renee Stearns speaks abt the road of faith & Gods faithful encounter w/us on that rd. in chapel

Staff pray 4 resource, support & protection of aid workers in #Pakistan at todays chapel.

Villagers in Mali collect water at the nearby well. *http://bit.ly/Cleanwaterfund

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In Cambodia, Samnang is very happy with the well that is located just in front of her home. This well can provide year round water to not only her family but also to the other ten families around her home. *http://bit.ly/Cleanwaterfund

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The Picayune, Mississippi delegation team presenting their policy proposal to Sen. Roger Wicker. (R-Miss.). This weekend, 130 teens from across the country will push for an end to gang violence in D.C. at the Youth Empowerment Summit. #WVYEP

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The Youth Empowerment Project delegation team from Northern Virginia waited to meet with Sen. Mark Warner (D-Va.) on the steps of the Capitol building. #WVYEP This week, 130 teens from across the country will push for an end to gang violence in D.C. at the Youth Empowerment Summit.

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6 months later in #Haiti: A total of 16.8 million litres of clean water has been provided. We continue to provide 2 million liters of treated water weekly in 23 camps. http://bit.ly/HAITIsupport

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A World Vision water project in the Philippines makes life easier for children at Lubo Elementary School where fetching water had become a morning routine of walking 10 miles to the school's only water source. Help give clean water: http://bit.ly/CleanWaterFund

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Chaminder holding his daughter in front of their home in Sri Lanka. Chaminder & his wife are learning how to grow and farm their own food for their family with the help and provision of seeds, tools, and training from World Vision. World Vision has put targets in our mind we didn’t think were possible,” says Chaminder. “That gives us motivation. In five years time, if you come back, there will not be a patch of ground here that does not grow food for us.”

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We're blessed to partner w/ - you'll be seeing more from our partnership in the future! Thanks Kevin Murray and Jedidiah staff for all you do!

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Our partners at WAY FM are challenging their listeners to sponsor children from El Salvador this week and saying if they reach their goal of finding sponsors for all 1203 kids, Pablo Adams, part of the national morning team with WAY FM, will shave his head live on air on Friday. Help WAY-FM reach their goal: http://bit.ly/WAYfmElSalv (For more info on Pablo and WAY FM: http://www.morningswithbrant.com)

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Haiti- Friends Bernard, age 9, and Guillame, age 10, play marbles together. Many children still aren't able to go to school because their school building was badly damaged or they can't afford the school fees. http://bit.ly/supportHAITI

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At this Mother's Club in Haiti, new mothers share about their experiences, learn about healthcare for themselves and their children, and are encouraged to play with their babies, despite their stressful living conditions. http://bit.ly/supportHAITI

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