Saving Precious Lives


Krishna Rani, 24, walks with her daughter Sunita Rani, 5, and son Kranprit Singh, 3.

Every year, more than 6.9 million children under the age of five die from largely preventable causes, such as malaria, diarrhea, and malnutrition. This shocking reality has no place in today's world.

Twenty years ago more than 12 million children died every year. The number has dropped, but not fast enough. Millions of children’s lives can still be saved by simple, tried, and tested interventions.

World Vision is working in nearly 100 countries to put an end of early childhood diseases and death.

Photo©2011 World Vision, Alyssa Bistonath

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