World Vision International
World Vision Afghanistan (WVA): A Beacon of Hope Since 2001
Since its inception in 2001, World Vision International (WVI) has been a steadfast presence in Afghanistan, dedicated to addressing the pressing needs stemming from natural disasters and prolonged conflicts that have deeply impacted the lives of children and families. Over the years, World Vision Afghanistan’s (WVA) initiatives have significantly evolved, branching into essential developmental sectors including health, nutrition, WASH (Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene), child protection, and education. Moreover, our programs actively engage and empower women, fostering their participation in civil and social transformations through collaborative interfaith partnerships.
Empowering the Vulnerable: Targeting Those Most in Need
WVA operates with a commitment to reach and support the most vulnerable groups, including children, women, Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs), returning refugees, and the profoundly impoverished and marginalized families across Afghanistan. Our focal areas align with a singular goal: “Enhancing the survival and well-being of Afghan girls and boys, laying the groundwork for a brighter future for children and their communities.”
Established Presence, Far-Reaching Impact
Operating primarily in Herat, Badghis, and Ghor provinces within the western region of Afghanistan, WVA has established strong partnerships across diverse strata of society. Our collaborative efforts extend to children, parents, educators, village councils, religious leaders, governmental ministries, provincial departments, and a spectrum of national and international agencies. Through these partnerships, we endeavor to foster sustainable change and positive outcomes for Afghan communities.