Faith-based perspectives can often have a significant influence on breaking underlying attitudinal, behavioural, and cultural norms and practices that perpetuate poverty and child vulnerability. Religion and values assert a strong social influence within most societies in Asia Pacific, and they play a significant role in guiding the thoughts, priorities, and actions of communities.
World Vision seeks meaningful partnerships with various faith-based actors across the Asia Pacific region to ensure that progress made in community development has greater reach and is sustainable, as these leaders embody a long-term presence and commitment to their communities
World Vision works with faith leaders from different faith traditions in strengthening a multi-sectoral approach to child well-being.
Together, we’ve impacted the lives of over 200 million vulnerable children by tackling the root causes of poverty.
Stories of Hope
World Vision India (WVI), a humanitarian organization working for child protection, organized a state-level inter-faith consultation focusing on the...
World Vision Timor-Leste’s gender-based violence project ‘Channels of Hope’ in the Municipality of Aileu, is providing training to community groups...
Inter-Faith Engagement Overview 2020
World Vision seeks meaningful partnerships with various faith actors across the Asia-Pacific region to ensure that progress made in community development has greater reach, and is more sustainable, as these leaders embody a long-term presence and commitment to their communities.