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Healing Hearts in Rwanda

In 1994, Rwanda was ruined as any spot on earth. Only a miracle could heal the hatred and horror that remained.

Photo by Jon Warren
©2013 Jon Warren/World Vision

Children of the brothel

In Bangladesh, World Vision provides a refuge for children trapped with their mothers in the sex-trade environment and weaves a safety net.
Crying for their country
©2013 Jon Warren/World Vision

Crying for their country

PHOTO ESSAY: Many of the 1 million Syrian refugee children escape their homeland with nothing more than the clothes on their backs. Each has a story.
©2013 Lindsey Minerva/World Vision

Spin class

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The Harlem Globetrotters visit World Vision projects in Honduras.
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