Which charities are really helping the world?

As part of a project to answer this question, the charity World Vision, which works in rural Africa, released a new report titled World Vision: Our Vision to Save Lives.

Here are some of the highlights: • Our mission is to support the poorest in the world by creating a more prosperous and inclusive future.

• We support communities and communities of color by improving health, education and livelihoods.

• Our work to reduce maternal mortality and child mortality has been crucial to achieving the Millennium Development Goals.

• The number of children under the age of five who are dying from malaria is at its lowest level in a quarter-century.

• Globally, we are the largest donor to development projects in sub-Saharan Africa.

We are helping to build schools and hospitals, create infrastructure, and help to build clean, sustainable communities.

• More than half of the world’s population lives below the poverty line.

We have helped millions of people live better lives, and we are proud to do it.

• Millions of people are suffering from chronic disease.

World Vision has helped to reduce HIV/AIDS, malaria, malaria-related disabilities, and malaria deaths.

• Over the past decade, our programs have increased the number of health centers and expanded access to medicines, vaccines, and vaccines.

• As part and parcel of this work, we have supported thousands of orphans in countries around the world, including the Democratic Republic of Congo, Ethiopia, and Yemen.

• Today, more than 1.5 billion people have access to clean drinking water.

Our programs are providing clean water to millions of children in the developing world.

• In Africa, we provide lifesaving vaccines to millions in need.

The number and type of malaria vaccines in use in Africa today is less than a tenth of what it was in 1990.

• With the help of the global effort to combat HIV, malaria and other infectious diseases, World Vision is helping to eliminate the global epidemic.

We’re also working to improve health care and nutrition, improve education and nutrition opportunities, and reduce poverty and hunger.

• World Vision’s work is focused on three primary goals: helping to end extreme poverty, providing clean drinking and hygiene water to communities, and reducing poverty and inequality.

• Since 2010, we’ve expanded our work to more than 180 countries, with more than 50,000 local partners and partners across 40 continents.

• Through our partnership with the World Food Programme, we support millions of vulnerable people and families around the globe.

The WFP’s support has transformed the lives of more than 60 million people, with almost all of them getting access to safe drinking water and sanitation.

• To date, we’re helping to eradicate more than 200 million infections and deaths around the planet.

World Bank funding supports the development of more health systems and more sustainable practices.

• Last year, we helped to provide vaccines to over 100 million people across the world and to improve the lives and livelihood of more 2.6 million children in sub­Saharan Africa, the largest recipient of such aid in the region.

We also helped build the first fully-functional malaria vaccine lab in Uganda, and our work has helped transform lives.

• WFP funding has also helped to help to end malnutrition in more than 70 countries and to prevent more than 2 million children from dying every year.

This includes an increase in the number and quality of school meals in Africa, and the opening of schools and schools in rural areas, as well as better access to health care in Africa.

• This work is not done without the support of our donors, partners, and communities.

The World Bank and other international financial institutions are our primary sources of funding, and they help us to scale up projects to meet our needs.

World Watch is also an important partner in this effort.

WorldWatch supports projects that empower communities, build health systems, improve access to medicine, and develop sustainable livelihoods in rural communities.

This work has a major impact on the lives, livelihoods, and well-being of millions of Africans and others around the region, and continues to inspire us.

Worldwatch and WFP are the world leaders in this work.

We stand ready to help you achieve your vision.

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