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At World Vision, we serve all people regardless of religion, race, ethnicity or gender. In Malaysia, World Vision strives to raise funds and heighten awareness of needs faced by children and communities in the country and worldwide.

In summary, our efforts in 2016 were blessed with the following:

  • 57,074 children from 32 Area Development Programmes in 15 countries are being sponsored by kind-hearted Malaysians; and 
  • 545 Malaysian children and their families in our Tulid Community Development Programme, Sabah are enjoying improved quality of life through our work in education, child protection, economic development and water, sanitation and hygiene projects.
We raise funds for children and communities in four non-Asian countries including South Africa.
World Vision Malaysia strives to help in community transformation in twelve Asian countries including India.

The Life of an Area Development Programme

Planning (about 2 years): Building Trust and Laying Groundwork. Building trust and planning with the community. Addressing the urgent needs of children.
Building Partnerships and skills. Project work and community mobilisation begins. Local people gain skills to lead their own development.
Building Confidence for the Present. Momentum builds on initial successes. Increased community ownership. The lives of children improve.
Building Hope for the Future. Community takes the lead in development. Children and their families are self-reliant. Capacity enhanced and confidence built.