World Vision is a Christian, child-focused and community-based organization dedicated to working with children, families and communities to overcome poverty and injustice.
World Vision started operations in Armenia in 1988 providing emergency aid to people affected by the devastating earthquake. Later, World Vision’s projects have transitioned beyond meeting the demands of crisis situations to promoting spiritual and physical transformation of more than 200 communities in Shirak, Aragatsotn, Gegharkunik, Syunik, Tavush and Lori marzes and the capital Yerevan.
WVA implements activities through the following three Strategic Objectives:
Early childhood development and growth ensured for all (age group: 0-5)
Non-abusive and inclusive families, schools and communities for all children, especially the most vulnerable (age group: 6-14)
Youth driving development and peacebuilding (age group: 15-29)
For more information about our projects visit wvi.org/armenia.
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We are Christian.
We value people.
We are partners.
We are committed to the poor.
We are stewards.
We are responsive.
In 2012, World Vision Armenia started its local fundraising activities to increase the share of local funding inputs, raise additional funds and foster the culture of giving in Armenia. We strive to bring local donors alongside most vulnerable children and families, to help answer their most urgent needs.
We work with corporate donors and individuals offering them a number of ways to contribute to charity and a range of projects to support. With our long-term development initiatives and dedicated staff in 14 offices throughout Armenia, we make sure that your donation is put to good use.