We are committed to working in the Pacific, one of the world’s most vulnerable regions. Our focus in Melanesia, addresses some of the highest levels of poverty and vulnerability in partnership with the New Zealand Government, local government, NGO’s and communities. Our focus is primarily on issues of health and nutrition, water, sanitation, agriculture, disaster response and Climate Change adaption.
Our work in communities across Cambodia, India, Bangladesh, Myanmar and Vietnam focus on supporting long-term projects, ensuring lasting impact and empowered communities. Community projects are most often based around child protection, food security, water, family income and health. In Asia, we also respond as necessary to natural disasters such as earthquakes and flooding.
Our work across Africa delivers programmes that invest in the poorest and most vulnerable communities. World Vision works in communities with reasonable political, social and environmental stability in Niger, Mali Rwanda, Tanzania, Uganda and Malawi. In partnerships with a large number of other organisations on the ground, we deliver meaningful outcomes in child protection, food security, clean water, economic development and health.
We work in the Middle East primarily in response to humanitarian crisis caused by political and social conflict. In these fragile places, children are vulnerable to violence, exploitation and sometimes life-threatening circumstances. Our primary response is focused on delivering life-saving emergency supplies, clean water, health and nutrition, education and child protection from sexual and gender-based violence. We work with on the ground field offices who work in partnership with local communities, partners, government and other NGOs.
Nawada Community, Asia