Donate to where it's most needed

You can contribute to a range of work that helps children and families around the world – including projects focused on water, livelihoods, child protection, education, health and emergencies.

Donate to where it's most needed

You can contribute to a range of work that helps children and families around the world – including projects focused on water, livelihoods, child protection, education, health and emergencies.


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Here are just a few of the projects these donations have supported:


Leiloma takes part in a literacy course as part of the project.

Where: Herat Province, Afghanistan

What: increasing women’s participation in local civil and political activities, with the active support of faith leaders

452 women and 330 men involved (2016-2017)

Youth participate in finance management and business skills trainings with a focus on gender and disability inclusion.

Where: Kampala, Uganda

What: Introducing young people to the possibility of investing in their careers by providing training and access to savings and credit institutions 

improved quality of life for 1,480 youth (2018-19)

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After participating in counselling skills workshops, Tovok (second from left) and her family are now much happier.

Where: Solomon Islands, Vanuatu and Timor-Leste

What: Increasing the awareness of gender-based violence among faith and community leaders, and influencing them to promote gender equality

11,053 people involved (2016-17)

Betty, a Village Health Volunteer trained by World Vision, is passionate about supporting pregnant mothers and young women.

Where: Solomon Islands

What: Training and supporting village health workers, encouraging good hygiene and nutrition practices, and constructing water systems.

7,880 people benefited (2017-18)

Project participant Gandulam harvests vegetables to feed her family. She can also sell her produce at the local market.

Where: Ghor, Afghanistan

What: establishing 24 farmers’ field schools in 20 villages and providing agricultural training to improve vegetable production, benefiting farmers and their families

540 men and women supported (2016-2017)

Preschool head teacher Francisca da Costa and volunteer teacher Zeila (right) have learnt new educational skills during the project.

Where: Timor-Leste

What: enhancing 15 early childhood care and development centres, training teachers, and providing early learning opportunities to prepare children for formal education

603 children and 221 parents and guardians involved (2016-2017)


Australian-aid

World Vision Australia wishes to acknowledge that these projects’ achievements would not have been possible without the generous support of Australia’s Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.


How we use your donations

This chart shows where the funds go. For 50 years we have worked hard to make sure that all resources entrusted to us are used as efficiently and effectively as possible to bring maximum impact to children and communities in need. Read more

Where the funds go