Water is a vital, precious resource.

Lack of clean water affects every area of life: health, hygiene, personal dignity, food production, livelihoods, and even education, because children spend hours collecting water instead of going to school.

Economic development programs help families rise out of poverty and create self-sustainable livelihoods.

Financial services like small loans empower parents to grow small businesses, earn household income, and provide for their children's needs.

Christian witness is at the heart of World Vision's work.


In partnership with local churches, we strive to be a compelling witness for Jesus Christ to children and families. Our faith impels us to respond to both the physical and spiritual needs of those we serve.

Child Protection programs respond to the desperate plight of children

who have been forced into child labor, violent conflict, the
sex trade, or life on the streets. World Vision works to restore those who have been exploited and protect others from this horrific abuse.

Malaria is the number-one child killer in communities where World Vision works.

We educate families and distribute bed nets to protect sleeping children from the mosquito's deadly bite. Our bold goal:
to eliminate malaria by 2015.

Innovation is NEEDED to reshape the future of poor communities.

To combat poverty, we need to discover and apply fresh, new approaches. World Vision's Innovation Fund opens the door for ideas and enables them to be tested, proven, and put into action to help children and families.

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Armenia

Armenia

In this former communist country, churches need support to strengthen their witness and reach out to their communities. Click on the icons below to find out how World Vision is helping children discover the love of Christ and giving families opportunities to thrive.

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Bangladesh

Bangladesh

Fifty percent of people live below the international poverty line of $1.25 USD per day. Click on the icons below to find out how World Vision is protecting children from forced labor and helping families develop economic opportunity so they can rise out of poverty.

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Cambodia

Cambodia

One-quarter of Cambodians live in extreme poverty, and 45 percent of children must work to earn family income.

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Dominican Republic

Dominican Republic

Children in poor, rural communities need clean water. Families need economic opportunity so they can provide for their children.

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El Salvador

El Salvador

Children and families need essentials like clean water. They need economic opportunity, so children can go to school instead of working.

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Ethiopia

Ethiopia

In this impoverished African nation, children need clean water, sanitation, and other essentials of life and health.

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Haiti

Haiti

In this deeply impoverished country, children and families need basic assistance to start building sustainable livelihoods and a more promising future.

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Honduras

Honduras

With 18 percent of the population living on less than $1.25 USD per day, families need economic tools and opportunity.

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India

India

Families in India struggle to provide for their children, with 42 percent of people living on less than $1.25 USD per day.

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Kenya

Kenya

Barely half of rural Kenyans have access to clean drinking water. Fewer still have the dignity of improved sanitation. Click on the icons below to find out how World Vision is working to bring clean water and strengthen families and communities.

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Malawi

Malawi

Fully 74 percent of Malawi's population survives on less than $1.25 USD per day. Children and families need economic hope.

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Mali

Mali

Only 44 percent of people in this dry West African country have access to clean drinking water. Click on the icons below to find out how World Vision is working to provide water and strengthen families and communities.

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Mozambique

Mozambique

Malaria is the biggest single threat to children in Mozambique. Families need mosquito nets for protection. Click on the icons below to find out how World Vision is working to improve children's health and strengthen families and communities.

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Rwanda

Rwanda

Fully 77 percent of the population lives below the international poverty line of $1.25 USD per day. Families need help to develop sustainable livelihoods.

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Uganda

Uganda

Children in poor rural areas need clean water and improved sanitation. Parents need economic tools to provide for their children.

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Zambia

Zambia

In a country where life expectancy is only 46, children and families need basic assistance such as clean water, sanitation, and bed nets to keep safe from malaria.

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