In the countries we serve, children are challenged by civil war, malnutrition, illiteracy, trafficking, HIV/AIDS and a lack of hope for the future.
Download a project profile on our child trafficking prevention programs.
Most of the children we serve suffer from intestinal parasites as well as malnutrition, which makes them more susceptible to disease, skin and intestinal disorders, and disabilities affecting learning and growth.
That’s why World Concern provides millions of school children worldwide with de-worming medications and vitamins, which improves their health, strength, learning capacity and ability to resist disease.
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Download a project profile on our community health programs, including deworming.
Goats are a valuable commodity in Haiti, where the average per capita income is less than a dollar per day. Not only do goats provide milk—which can be sold—but the sale of a goat’s offspring can net its owner the equivalent of four month’s income.
Download a project profile on our programs for children orphaned or made vulnerable by AIDS.
Compare the infant mortality rate in some countries we serve with the rate in the U.S.:
(deaths/1,000 live births)