World Vision Chad


Years of drought, famine and war in Chad have led to an isolated economy, poor education and healthcare, and a dependence on foreign aid.

Since its first emergency response set up in 1984 following drought, World Vision has witnessed continued growth and has become one of the largest international non-governmental organizations in the country. By 1994, World Vision had established longer-term community-based projects, through child sponsorship and nowadays, World Vision Chad has 15 Area Development Programmes (ADPs) in six regions.

Through these ADPs, World Vision is working to help communities acquire skills and resources to build a better future for themselves and their children.