Davanh - S4N
AHAN Project

Transforming her world

A year after the start of the Accelerating Healthy Agriculture and Nutrition (AHAN), discover how the project has already changed Davanh's life.

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Hidden Hero - wash story
Hidden Hero

The outstanding impact of a Lao health worker during COVID-19

See how Bounthiem helped remote ethnic communities during COVID-19 in Lao PDR.

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Covid-19 emergency response
COVID-19

World Vision's response to COVID-19

In Lao PDR and all over the world, discover how World Vision contributes to fighting against the global pandemic

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AHAN project
AHAN Project

Improving the nutrition of the most vulnerable children and their communities

Based in 3 southern provinces of Lao PDR, the Accelerating Healthy Agriculture and Nutrition (AHAN) project aims to enhance the nutrition of rural households through a sustainable and holistic approach including agriculture, health, WASH,  gender and multi-sector coordination components.

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Lao mother with her daughter
World Water Day

The long journey is now over

As we celebrate World Water Day, discover how World Vision's AHAN Project improve Lao households nutrition by giving them access to clean water

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Smiling sponsored child in Laos

How water is creating jobs for people in Laos

“I am very happy to have a water tap near my house because I can spend more time in school and have more time to play!”

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Laos

World Vision started working in the country in 1968 through relief assistance provided to people displaced by the Indo-China War. The organization closed in 1975 and reopened in 1991, resuming development work that focuses on improving the lives of vulnerable children.

From 1999, with a New Vision and a development strategy, World Vision committed to its mission through its development vehicle called Area Development Programme. The first area development programme was in XiengNgen.

We believe Lao children represent hope for the nation’s future and World Vision works along with the Government and Communities, ensuring the wellbeing of children, especially the rural children, through a development approach focused on education, health, child protection, and economic growth/food security.

In 2013, we launched a three-year strategy focusing on supporting vulnerable children and their families. This new national strategy focused on contributing to the United Nations Millennium Development Goals (MDG). More than 200,000 Lao children have benefited from programmes or policy improvements as a result of our work.

 

 

7 million

Population, total

Vientiane

Capital City

16.9 billion

GDP (current US$)