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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This billboard for World Vision’s 30 Hour Famine National Date February 26-28, 2010 was featured in Times Square and in Las Vegas this last week. Fight hunger by participating in the 30 Hour Famine: http://www.30hourfamine.org

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Pinnacle Hills youth group in Rogers, AR assembled 200 Caregiver kits on 2/10 for Haiti quake survivors. Help Haiti by hosting a Caregivers Kit assembly event: http://www.worldvision.org/carekits

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A woman carries her bag of food from a World Vision distribution to 500 families in Haiti in the Deprez community, Port-au-Prince. To help: http://bit.ly/supportHAITI

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Earthquake survivors at a refugee camp near the World Vision office in Haiti. To help: http://bit.ly/supportHAITI

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Families in Armenia face hard winter conditions: Elizbar(age 5) removes potatoes from a hole in the ground where they've been stored to protect them from freezing. Give today & your gift will multiple 14 times in impact: http://bit.ly/ClothingX14

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Samson, age 10, holds a goat his family received from the World Vision Gift Catalog. Give a goat to a family in need today: http://bit.ly/GiveaGoat

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Children spend time at a Child-Friendly Space in Petionville, a suburb of Port-au-Prince. World Vision has plans for a total of 16 CFS in Haiti in the coming months. Http://bit.ly/supportHAITI

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Tuan, sponsored child from Vietnam, gives a "big thank you" to his sponsors for their kind heart. This Valentine's Day, share your love with a child in need: http://bit.ly/SponsoraChild

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Amide gave birth to her baby girl 1 hour after the quake in #Haiti on 1/12. World Vision is working with Amide's family to ensure they are receiving life-saving aid. *http://bit.ly/HAITIsupport

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Baby Catherine was born 1 hour after the earthquake in Haiti on 1/12. World Vision is working with Baby Catherine and her family to make sure she and many others receive life-saving aid. *http://bit.ly/HAITIsupport

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Celestine is 1 year old and lives with her family in Hautte Lagrotte. Since the earthquake people who have lost their homes have been moving into camps in and around Haut Lagrotte which is in the city of Port-au-Prince. *http://bit.ly/supportHAITI

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10 year old Mertilus lives in the refugee camp across the street from #WorldVision Child-Friendly Space. *http://bit.ly/supportHAITI

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Many children who spend time at #WorldVision's Child-Friendly Space live in this camp just across the street. *http://bit.ly/supportHAITI

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Children spend time being children at a World Vision Child-Friendly Space outside of Port-au-Prince. *http://bit.ly/supportHAITI

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12 year old Filogene & 10 year old Mertilus dance at a World Vision Child- Friendly Space outside of Port-au-Prince. *http://bit.ly/supportHAITI

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Over 100 other kids in #Haiti join these girls at a newly opened Child-Friendly space outside Port-au-Prince. *http://bit.ly/HaitiHOPE

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#WorldVision child-friendly space in #Haiti. *http://bit.ly/supportHAITI

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Damaged buildings still litter the streets of Port-au-Prince in #Haiti. *http://bit.ly/supportHAITI

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Signs of normalcy returning in #Haiti: This boy is selling CD's on the road in near the presidential palace. http://bit.ly/supportHAITI

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Young men selling snacks on the road in front of the presidential palace in Port-au-Prince. Street sellers are a sign of returning normalcy. http://bit.ly/supportHAITI

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