DREAMS FROM SYRIAN CHILDREN

IF YOU COULD ASK FOR JUST ONE THING, WHAT WOULD IT BE?

In this video, children who made it safely out of Syria and into Lebanon share their heart’s simplest wishes.

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Some places in the world are so dangerous that, for children and families, each day is an intense struggle to stay alive. For these children and families, it is a daily experience to face the threat of rape, violence, abuse, exploitation, hunger and suffering.

But there is hope. Your monthly Raw Hope donation will help to provide essential needs, such as water, shelter, nutrition and sanitation to children in places like Afghanistan, eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, Pakistan, Somalia, South Sudan, Sudan, and Syria.

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WINTER CAN BE HARSH!

Many children living in the world’s most dangerous places are not prepared.

But, you can help supply children with things like winter boots, clothing and blankets. Consider becoming a monthly partner with World Vision’s Raw Hope.

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HEAR FROM THE CHILDREN OF MOSUL

After ISIL ruled their city for two years, children of Mosul have fled and now share their experiences in our Child Friendly Space

As the conflict continues we are working tirelessly to protect the children of Iraq.

You can help bring hope and relief to the children who have fled Mosul and many others living in dangerous conditions.

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Raw Hope helps children living in some of the world’s most dangerous places. Two of these places are Aleppo, Syria and Mosul, Iraq.

Families evacuating Aleppo, Syria urgently need support.

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Bring Hope and Relief to Children Living in Conflict Zones

Photo caption: Eastern Aleppo lies in almost complete ruin, yet still the atrocities continue unabated (photo credit: Syria Relief).

Your Raw Hope monthly gift ensures we are able to help bring immediate relief to children and their families and work toward long-term solutions, in countries where child sponsorship is not available.

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The biggest challenges need our fiercest love. We need to act now.

Right now, more than 4 million children under five in Africa are at risk of starvation, and they need your help. 

Today, your support will go even further. Effective immediately, the Canadian Government is setting aside one dollar in the Famine Relief Fund for every eligible dollar donated by individual Canadians to World Vision Canada or other eligible charities received between March 17th and June 30th, 2017. Together, we can now bring even greater hope by providing life-saving food, water and more.

What is causing this hunger crisis? Recurrent drought has cost families their household farms, water sources and daily food. Others have been uprooted from their communities because of conflict. As a result, millions of people are searching for food and safety. Currently, there are more than 20 million people in Nigeria, Somalia, South Sudan and Yemen in need of immediate assistance. When expanded to include other severely affected neighbouring countries, the number rises to 34 million.

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4 million reasons
to care about the hunger crisis

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Using a MUAC strip—a middle-upper arm circumference measuring device—to measure malnutrition at Lopiding Sub County Hospital in Turkana, Kenya. Photo: World Vision.

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