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What is World Vision ?

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Lisa Chalker

on 25 November 2014

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Transcript of What is World Vision ?

What is World Vision ?
What is World Vision's main objective?
a non-profit organisation
founded by Robert Pierce in 1950 in the United States
it became a global organisation in 1977
Humanitarian Aid
Africa
Middle Eastern
100 Countries partnership
40,000 + staff members around the world
Congo

Ethiopia
Angola
Gaza
Afghanistan
Syria
In Australia founded in 1966 by Bernard Barron
Melbourne
71%
Australian Community
12%
Australian Goverment
17%
Other sources
Where does the funding come from?
Where does the funding go to?
79.5%
Humanitarian work
13.4%
7.1%
Adm
Fundraising
Such as..
Health
World Vision has 2 focuses health strategy
Clean Water
Improves child nutrition
Education on birth, breast feeding and immunitation
Provides essential health services
2000 children die / day
Why?
unsafe drinking water
inadequate hygiene
What we can do?
Education
67 Million elementary
age children are
NOT in school
774 Million illiterate adults
2/3 are
women
Exploitation
Lower Income
Early Marriages
Medical care
Distributing shelter materials
Lives of children
Goal :
expanding preschool and early childhood development
ensuring solid basic skills
developing empowerment, civic engagement, economic opportunities
Child Rights
Children are born with the same
dignity, citizenship and rights as adults
3 Main approaches
Prevention
Prosecution
Protection
Join Us
http://www.worldvision.com.au
Call us on 13 32 40 from within Australia / + 61 3 9940 5501 from overseas
By Lisa Chalker September 2014
Thank You
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