Find out what World Vision is all about and what it means to be part of it.
World Vision Ireland is a child-focused overseas aid agency. We are part of World Vision International, the largest privately funded NGO in the world. With the help of over 4.7 million supporters worldwide we deliver clean water, education, healthcare and sanitation to over 120 million children in nearly 100 countries worldwide.
World Vision International is active in nearly 100 countries worldwide. This makes us one of the largest emergency aid and overseas development aid organisations in the world.
World Vision’s approach to aid and development is unique – we partner with communities, employ local staff and train community members.
We aim to be the most transparent charity in Ireland.
World Vision has the size, experience and expertise to respond immediately when disasters happen.
Good health is the foundation of a child’s life. World Vision Ireland aims to ensure mothers and children are well nourished, protected from infection and disease, and have good access to essential health services.
Empowering communities to provide for themselves and prosper is central to the work World Vision does.
Life without education is a life without opportunity. We help children, especially the most vulnerable, access quality education and attain functional levels of literacy, numeracy and essential life skills.
World Vision is committed to creating a world that is safe for children, so child protection is a top priority.
Our approach to aid and development is unique- we partner with communities, employ local staff and train community members.
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