Global Presence

World Vision International

World Vision, as an international partnership, serves?all people regardless of religion, race, ethnicity or gender. Our work extends to over 200 million children in nearly 100 countries.

World Vision Singapore

World Vision Singapore’s supported projects are located in Asia and the Pacific, East Africa, South Africa, and the Middle East. These projects are categorised into two broad areas:

  • Transformational Development Programmes through?Child Sponsorship
  • Children in Crisis

With your partnership and support, World Vision Singapore will effectively strengthen our capacity to transform the lives of disadvantaged children and marginalised rural communities.

Our Child Sponsorship Projects

Child Sponsorship is a holistic and transformational development programme that addresses the root causes of poverty and helps children and entire communities become self-sustainable.

Bangladesh Wazipur
?Cambodia Kirivong
?China Yaozhou
?Ethiopia Yaya Gulele
?Indonesia Ende?
?West Bank South Hebron
Mongolia Selenge
Myanmar Taikkyi
?Nepal Sindhuli East
?Philippines Antique
?Sri Lanka Lindula
?Thailand Bo Kluea
?Vietnam Son Tra
?Vietnam Tien Lu
?Zambia Musosolokwe


World Vision helps children and the communities by first meeting their basic needs, and then empowering them for long-term sustainable development. When we have evidence that once impoverished communities are full of hope and promise, we move on to needier areas of the world. To see how communities have transformed over the entire programme lifespan, view our recent phase-out reports below.

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Children in Crisis Projects

Children in Crisis projects reach out to children made vulnerable by unfortunate circumstances such as separation from family, traumatisation by disasters, family dissension or violence, being orphaned by diseases such as HIV/AIDS, and those who cannot be reached through Child Sponsorship.

Current Children in Crisis projects:

?Afghanistan Let Girls Thrive
?Mongolia Protect Vulnerable Slum Children
?Central Africa Republic Saving Child Soldiers