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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Winter this year has been severely cold in Mongolia. Thanks to #WorldVision clothing donations, Altan-Ochir & Vanchinsurenduvchin stay warm. *http://bit.ly/ClothingforKids

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Happiness, age 6, carrying her young brother, Michael in Tanzania. *http://bit.ly/Sponsorachild

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In Ethiopia, women and girls gather at the water tap early in the morning. Thanks to the deep well & generator system, World Vision is able to pump the clean water to 11 different distribution points. *http://bit.ly/GiveCleanWater

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In Niger, Maria, age 12, at the water pump in her home village. Before World Vision built a water pump in her village in Dec 08, Maria had to cross every day the border between Niger and Nigeria just to fetch water. Help bring clean water to a community i

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In Niger, children and community members in the village of Samaila manifest their joy as clean water springs from the first time from the water point drilled by World Vision. Help bring clean water to a community in need: http://bit.ly/GiveCleanWater

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In Tanzania, children pump clean water from a well in their community. Help bring clean water to a community in need: http://bit.ly/GiveCleanWater

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World Vision International President Kevin Jenkins meets World Vision Haiti National staff. *http://bit.ly/helpHAITI

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A little girl smiles as she clutches the water bottles she received from World Vision. She lives in a camp with other children and families who’ve been displaced by the earthquake. *http://bit.ly/helpHAITI

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Viviana with her baby, Antonia (9 mos) slept under the stars for the first three nights after the quake & tsunami destroyed their home. Viviana 1 of about 600 families to receive tents from World Vision. *http://bit.ly/CHILErelief

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The rancid smell of decomposing fish mixed with garbage and other debris deposited on the shore by the tsunami increases with each block nearer to the shore in Talcahuano, Chile. *http://bit.ly/CHILErelief

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Women in Niger pounding corn to support a family-owned small business in a village where World Vision built a deep water well. *http://bit.ly/BuildDeepWell

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World Vision US staff sign maps of Pakistan to show support for our fallen colleagues. The maps will be sent to the World Vision Pakistan office.

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Memorial flags are posted out front of WV USA headquarters in honor of the 7 staff killed in attack in Pakistan on 3/10.

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In honor of the 7 staff members killed in this week's tragic attack in Pakistan, memorial flags have been posted out front of World Vision Headquarters in Federal Way, WA.

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Jasmine, a sponsored girl in Lota, Chile visits with Tatiana Benavidas, National Director of World Vision Chile. *http://bit.ly/CHILErelief

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Members of the community in Lota, Chile help to unload and set up tents provided by World Vision. *http://bit.ly/CHILErelief

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Javiera, age 4, plays on the playground equipment outside the Child-Friendly Space in Dichato, Chile. The Child-Friendly Space was set up in a plaza so children from different areas could all access the program. *http://bit.ly/CHILErelief

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Children play dynamic games and sing action songs at World Vision’s Child-Friendly Space in Dichato, Chile. *http://bit.ly/CHILErelief

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Drawings done by the children at World Vision’s Child-Friendly Space in Dichato, Chile. *http://bit.ly/CHILErelief

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Chilean tennis players, Nicholas Masu and Hans Gildemeister, visit World Vision’s Child-Friendly Space and interacts with the kids. *http://bit.ly/CHILErelief

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