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    Bishal, 13 years old, Jorhat

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Our Latest Work

Congratulations Oviya!

Oviya has completed her engineering course from Sathyabama, Chennai, and is now placed in a reputed IT firm. A big thank you to Sathyabama University for supporting her studies. Oviya, a lively and cheerful 21-year-old, was World Vision India’s sponsored child.

Green today for kids tomorrow

28 employees from Thomson Reuters provided awareness on hygiene and environment conservation through street plays in the communities we serve in Gundlupet, Karnataka. Papaya and pomegranate saplings were distributed to families and even planted in some households. Tree guards were put up to ensure that saplings grow well and are sustained for the future.

Our new project

World Vision India along with Unicef India launched the CANAH project for neonatal and maternal health in Bilaspur. Cabinet minister, Mr. Agarwal officially inaugurated the project.

Fire drills

Children and youth from a community we serve in Delhi were trained on fire safety. This community was razed by fire last year. We had provided them with relief and now we are training them to be first responders.

Suraj goes to Germany

Suraj Kumar our sponsored child from the communities we serve in Imphal is among the 15 boys from Manipur selected by the TATA Trusts and U Sports for a premier collaborative football-training programme in Germany. They will be training in Germany for six years and are optimistic in making a mark in the FIFA World Cup 2026.

Child Friendly Space

A CFS (Child Friendly Space) centre in Bhojpur helped 350 children recover from distress due to the floods last year. The CFS had created an environment where children were absorbed in fun, laughter and games.

Wall Paintings

Walls painting in the communities we serve in Jaipur with child helpline nos, help children and families come forward in reporting cases of abuse and violence.

Digital Classrooms

Through the Lions Clubs India and World Vision India education project, 1290 children learn through digital classrooms.

Pune Partners Meet

A Partners Meet was organized in Pune on June 4th. Around 86 sponsors participated in the event. World Vision India makes it a point to connect with sponsors every quarter in different cities. Sponsors are enlightened on the progress of the community and the issues prevalent there.

Drought Relief

World Vision India is actively responding to the affected children and families. At present, we are focussing on 12 districts in 6 states viz. Telegana, Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh and Odisha.


145 women participated on behalf of World Vision India in the marathon organized by Pinkathon on June 5th. The Pinkathon is India’s Biggest Women’s Run, created with the specific purpose of getting women to adopt a fitter lifestyle for themselves and their families, and to highlight the need for increased awareness on other issues that put women’s lives at risk.

Lions Clubs Partnership

International Association of Lions Clubs partners with World Vision India to support 25,000 children's education. The campaign will focus on ensuring quality education in approximately 200 Government schools across the country where World Vision India serves. It is our joy to see lives being enlightened through this programme.

Mahindra World City

Mahindra World City Developers Ltd. in partnership with World Vision India opened a children's park in Veerapuram village, South of Chennai. The park encompasses play equipment like multi-play station, swings, flat rotator and seesaws. A badminton and volleyball court is also being planned for the park.

Combating Climate Change

Baman Deh is a remote village, surrounded by disappearing forestlands in Rajasthan. World Vision India implemented the Climate Change Project in the village by providing fuel-efficient wood-stoves, biogas, and solar home lighting.

Meghalaya Village Transforms By Brewing Tea In Place Of Liquor

A village which was once notorious for drunken brawls with brewing country liquor common in houses has now turned into a model village by brewing tea. The success of the project is such that seven villages in the East Khasi Hills district have now approached the cooperative society to help them replicate their model.

Stories of change

A Surprise for Saloni

Life gave Saloni a rough start. Her father walked away when she was still in her mother’s womb. A few months after she was born, her mother took her own life, leaving Saloni and her brothers orphaned. But 6-year-old Saloni is a fighter.


For every pair you purchase, a child’s health is at stake

“My work usually involves sticking pieces of the shoe together with glue. The glue has a very strong smell that makes me dizzy and sick when I use it for too long. I can’t focus on work sometimes because of this, and the manager gets angry and shouts at me when I make mistakes. He scares me.” says 12-year-old Rahul.


Go Green. Connect with Nature.

Here’s the 22-year-old Rajender’s tree garden! Sharing his life-changing decision to nurture plants, Rajender says, “My village was lush green once upon a time. It’s all gone. The tree saplings, guava and mango, given to me by World Vision India inspired me to cultivate my very own tree garden.”


Breaking patterns

Amandeep works as a nurse and supports her family. Coming from a community that does not allow women to leave their homes, Amandeep’s will power helped her break the patterns of the patriarchal society. She now has plenty of opportunities opening up for a bright future.


Rasikaben's multiple benefits

Look at the number of goats behind Rasikaben. Would you believe us if we said she started with two goats? She has also sold a couple of goats as well. Rasikaben provides her children with goat’s milk and this has helped them regain good health.


The wind beneath their wings

This lively young bunch are members of the Udaan group, a Child Protection Unit (CPU) in Jaipur. The group takes complete ownership of child participation, protection and also monitors the children living in the communities we serve. Udaan is a catalyst for social action in the community.


Born to run

The medals tell us that Ankit is a winner. And a winner he is! Coming from the communities we serve in North West Delhi, Ankit discovered his talents when he won track events in a city level athletics meet organised by World Vision India in September 2015. Since then, there has been no turning back.


Wipe the slate clean

Lack of toilets is a matter of dignity for a woman. After toilets were provided to the communities we serve in Dangs, Gujarat, the women and girl children there heaved a sigh of relief. "I can go to the toilet whenever I want" says Elisa.


Tears mooed away

Nirmala lost her husband to Hepatitis B when her youngest child was just seven months old. With no steady income source, Nirmala wished for a miracle; then a cow mooed their tears away.


Fruit of Transformation

Families living in the communities we serve are not aware of malnutrition and its side-effects. One of the many ways in which we help them is by providing kitchen gardening seeds. Cultivating vegetables in their own backyard gives families easy access to nutritious food.


How We Work

For as little as Rs. 800 a month, Child Sponsorship helps give a whole community access to life's basic essentials. This contribution from our supporters enables us to systematically invest in the ideal environment for child development.



We work to ensure children are educated for life through collective efforts in improving the quality of education and learning outcomes at different levels through infrastructure support, remedial education more

Gender and Development

Gender and Development

We work with families and communities to eliminate negative cultural attitudes and strengthen their roles in improving the status of the girl child. Girl child education is encouraged through tuition more

Water, Sanitation and Hygiene

Water, Sanitation and Hygiene

Our work on WASH/WATSAN focuses on providing children and families with access to clean drinking water and promoting good hygiene and sanitation practices through construction of toilets in schools, homes and more



Our livelihood interventions enable families to enhance income and provide better for their children. World Vision India provides economic assistance for better agriculture, livestock and small more



We work to address the causes of malnutrition with special focus on children below 5 years, pregnant women and mothers through counseling, emergency feeding programmes, nutrition gardens, health worker training more



We work to address the challenges of children with disabilities at all levels of society by forming and strengthening disabled peoples’ organisations, providing wheelchairs, facilitating better infrastructure for children with disabilities more

Humanitarian Emergency Assistance

Humanitarian Emergency Assistance

World Vision India brings life-saving support in times of disaster. We are committed to long-term rehabilitation, helping communities affected by natural disasters or conflicts get back on their more



We work with the government to build a nation fit for children. Our advocacy initiatives are focussed on creating an environment that helps children reach their potential and where children and families have equitable access to services entitled to more

In The News

WV India’s Emergency Relief Reaches 22,500 People

World Vision India reached more than 22,500 people with emergency relief. The communities in Kumarkhand, Saharsha, Khagaria, Lowaripowa, Jorhat, Nabagram and Bardhman, were affected by the floods. Around 3,610 households were provided with dry ration, cooking oil, soaps and tarpaulin sheets.    Read More
Drought-hit states are seeing a spurt in child labour
The theme of this year’s World Day Against Child Labour on June 12 is the impact of conflicts on child labour. More than 164 million children were affected by drought last year.

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No systemic measures yet in disaster management
Disaster management needs to become more humane in its approach, and not become a second ‘disaster’ for the affected people. This is the most appropriate time to give fresh impetus to DRR as India enters an era of continuous climatic change.

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Towards ending childhood TB
The government’s effort to work closely with private healthcare systems, research institutions, technical experts and civil society organizations, both at the rural and urban levels, is a game-changing strategy for a TB-free India.

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Empowering girls and women increases their confidence and gives wings to their dreams and aspirations. It is critical to achieving gender equality and thereby creating inclusive societies. Join hands with us and help improve the status of the girl child.