Responding to Typhoon Haiyan

World Vision is distributing critical supplies to storm survivors in the Philippines.
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World Vision responds to Typhoon Haiyan

World Vision has begun relief distributions for survivors of the catastrophic storm in the Philippines.

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Photos: Aid reaches typhoon survivors

Storm survivors lined up for one of the first distributions of food, water, and hygiene kits.

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Get involved: Raise funds for typhoon relief

Set up your own fundraising page and invite friends to support World Vision's relief efforts in the Philippines.

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Our approach to disaster response

When disaster strikes, World Vision adopts a “first-in, last-out” approach.

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Give a meaningful gift this Christmas

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FAQs: Syrian conflict and refugee crisis

Read our overview of the crisis and World Vision’s response.

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Celebrate the season with a Christmas concert

Gather your friends and family to attend or volunteer at a World Vision Artist Christmas concert near you.

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30 Hour Famine: Students fighting hunger

30 Hour Famine is partnering with "Sticky Faith" to create an even more transformative experience for youth.

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Progress to End Poverty

You want proof. You're a numbers person. You care about children and want to invest in a charity that creates sustainable solutions to the root causes of poverty. Welcome to the team.

10.3 million disaster survivors, refugees, and internally displaced people received assistance

10.3 million disaster survivors,
refugees, and internally
displaced people
received assistance.

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1,600 communities
in nearly 100 countries.


Sponsorship helps children, families, and communities break the cycle of poverty.

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World Vision is a Christian humanitarian organization dedicated to working with children, families, and their communities worldwide to reach their full potential by tackling the causes of poverty and injustice.