World Vision

World Vision is a Christian humanitarian organization that is dedicated to working with families, children and the communities around the world to overcome injustice and poverty. They serve over 100 million people in close to 100 countries across the globe. They serve everyone regardless of religion, race, ethnicity and gender.

World Vision works with the poor in areas around the world where the people are oppressed by demonstrating that they have unconditional love and hope for everyone. The organization helps to provide the daily needs of the people, promote justice, work at promoting peace and partner with local churches to encourage spiritual following.

The organization has offices in nearly 100 countries. Each office is interdependent meaning they work independently in each county, however are linked together with a Covenant of Partnership. Covenant of Partnership is a biblically based agreement that enables the organization to work in a complementary and unified manner with those the organization serves.

The staffs employed are experts in different technical specialties that range from microenterprise development, hydrology and public health. There are over 40,000 worldwide employees with over 97% that work in their country of origin or region. Since they are familiar with the language, culture and traditions they give the organization a better understanding of how to help the local area children and families.

World Vision has more than three million supporters, donors, and volunteers that includes over 500,000 child sponsors, thousands of religious meeting places, hundreds of different corporations, and certain government agencies around the world. With the help of monthly contributions through sponsors World Vision provides access to nutritious food, clean water, health care, education and economic possibilities.

World Vision's corporate headquarters is located in Washington, D.C. It helps to organize the network of worldwide offices in order to provide the best service they can for the needy and those that are oppressed throughout the world.


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