Resilience project supports vulnerable families

More resilience for vulnerable households' bright future

Through a resilience project funded by the World Food Programme (WFP), World Vision targeted the most vulnerable households in three communes after realising that they were lacking basic needs. The aim of the project is to reduce food and nutritional insecurity to increase the resilience of rural populations.

A total of 5,698 vulnerable households - including Amand's - benefited from the project. The father of five shares his story.

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World Vision makes symbolic handover of COVID-19 prevention kits to Burundi's Public Health Ministry

World Vision makes symbolic handover of COVID-19 prevention kits to Burundi's Public Health Ministry

To support Burundi's fight against COVID-19, World Vision has made a distribution of prevention kits (made up of hand-washing kits, soaps, masks, gloves, thermo flashes and hydro-alcoholic solutions) to the Ministry of Public Health & the Fight Against HIV in a ceremony held at Burundi's central medicines purchasing agency, CAMEBU.

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Addressing school dropouts by changing world views

According to Francine, an empowered worldview facilitator, school dropout is more an effect of poor mindset than poverty. Se how she's addressing it.

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2019 Annual Report - Burundi
Our impact in Burundi

Annual Report 2019

Click below to learn about the progress we are making in Burundi towards improving the well-being of 2.8 million children by 2020.

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Burundi

World Vision has been working in Burundi for more than five decades. In 1995, we opened our office in Bujumbura, the country’s capital.

Over the past 30 years, our work has transitioned from providing emergency relief to investing in long-term development programmes. To date, we bring hope and assistance to more than 1,000,000 children each year.

Through a wide range of holistic, integrated projects, we work to ensure children and their communities have access to much-needed clean water, education, food, healthcare and the chance to live a life of fullness.

Improving the well-being of children in Burundi regardless of religion, race, ethnicity or gender, is the foundation and the motivation for everything we do.

10.8 million

Population, total

Bujumbura

Capital City

3.2 billion

GDP (current US$)

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Latest highlights of our work in Burundian communities to transform the lives of vulnerable children and their families, alongside our partners.

Our Work

See how we are working to build a better world for all children in Burundi. 

Food Security & Livelihoods

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Health & WASH

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Education

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Ending Child Neglect

In Burundi, too many children are affected daily by neglect.  This problem permeates the culture and customs of many families and takes many forms which directly and indirectly impact children's abilities to experience their rights.

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To End Child Neglect
It Takes A World

Child neglect is widespread and has detrimental consequences on the lives of children and communities. See how we are working to end child neglect.

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