World Vision Angola
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Angola

 World Vision Angola is a Christian Organization that has established its operations in the country in 1989 and its programmes are focused on three main pillars: Health and Nutrition, Water and Sanitation, Resilience and Social Enterprise. The programme portfolio comprises of grant funded and private non-sponsorship funded projects. There is no direct child sponsorship programme administered. Currently, World Vision is implementing programmes in all the 18 provinces of Angola.

World Vision serves all people, regardless of creed, ethnicity, gender, race, religion, and is committed to improve people’s lives and helps to enact sustainable solutions for the future of children, families, and communities by:

· Combating moderate and severe malnutrition, affecting millions of children in Angolan territory especially in rural areas;

· Training families and communities in agricultural improvement techniques and increase access to safe water;

· Raising awareness of families and communities in malaria prevention and working with Governments and partners to combat malaria, diarrhea, pneumonia and other preventable diseases;

· Improving the health of children and mothers in rural communities through health care and nutrition education;

· Supporting groups of women to develop and access income through projects of economic development and entrepreneurship;

· Strengthening organizations of Angolan civil society to exercise their role of social control;

· Acting in emergency situations especially those that victimize children and adolescents.