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National Call-In Day: Water for the World

Each day, nearly 1600 children die from causes related to unsafe water. On February 11, Strong Women, Strong World will be a part of a National Call-in day for the Water for the World Act. Every time you call your senator or representative, someone in their office has to write…

In: Advocacy

Hope is coming to the DRC

In Gemena, Democratic Republic of the Congo, one child in 10 dies before age 5. But change is coming in this remote part of the DRC. Says Jeff Brown, World Vision senior adviser, “Already accomplished in World Vision’s first year: three schools and two maternity centers are serving children and…

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Geneva talks critical for the protection of millions of children, says World Vision

From World Vision… As the international community prepares to meet in Geneva this week to negotiate a peaceful political solution to the conflict in Syria, World Vision is urging all participants to remember their responsibilities to children. “Millions of Syrian children have been suffering as a result of this three-year…

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Strong Girls…

Strong girls make a strong world! Check out this adorable photo from Jill Egan who gave her daughters Strong Girls, Strong World t-shirts after she attended the Strong Women, Strong World luncheon in December. Says Jill “They love their shirts!” Jill shared that they dance around showing their muscles and…

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Sponsor a Child in 2014

Are you currently sponsoring a child? Sponsorship is an amazing opportunity to change the life of a child by providing education, nutritious food, healthcare, and most of all, hope! Make this your new year’s resolution – to change the life of a child. Choose a specific country from the Strong…

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Water for the World

Lack of clean water affects health, food security, productivity, girls’ access to school and community sustainability. Without improve sanitation there is increased disease, risk-to-safety and harm to the environment and community. – In just one day, it is estimated that more than 152 million hours of women and girls’ time…

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How does World Vision do its work?

How does World Vision help transform a community? 
Watch this fun, animated video to see how we use your donation and sponsorship dollars to work in the field, partnering with children and families to help them break the cycle of poverty.

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What can I do?

We at Strong Women, Strong World care about raising awareness of the issues that disproportionately affect women. We will not be silent when there is a story to be told – we are advocates for justice! Anyone can be an advocate. It’s as simple as telling your friends about an…

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World Vision’s approach to global poverty… explained via a chalkboard

Does humanitarian aid actually work? How can we end global poverty? What are World Vision’s distinctive qualities? These are big questions for a little girl, but Serena’s pretty sharp. She tackles the topic with class, and a little help from a pretty cool chalkboard!

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Empowering women in Zambia

World Vision is bringing hope to women and girls through a unique program developed to address the needs identified by the women and girls themselves and the government of Zambia. The two components of this program are access to education and livelihood, both of which offer a chance for a…

In: Learn