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 10 Area Development Programmes (ADPs) in six regions, with its headquarters in N’Djamena ( originally in Moundou) and a large scale response in Bagassola.

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