Seydou Cissé, 8 years old, Senegal.

World Vision Senegal Annual Report 2023

World Vision Senegal's 2023 Annual Report highlights key achievements in meeting the needs of vulnerable children and communities. More than 100,000 children between the ages of 6 and 18 benefited directly from World Vision Senegal's child protection activities. 

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World Vision Senegal


World Vision is an international humanitarian organization whose vision is to help create a world in which every child has the opportunity to live a full life, to develop and fulfil his or her potential.  

It has been active in Senegal since 1984.

In its approach to development, World Vision Senegal works with children, families and communities. We fight for children's access to healthcare, education, food, water, and their rights and well-being.

World Vision actively participates in emergency response and assists communities affected by natural disasters or conflict. 

World Vision Senegal's activities cover regardless of social or religious background. the areas of Diourbel, Fatick, Kaffrine, Kedougou, Kolda, Koungheul, Missirah, Oussouye, Salemata, Saraya, Sedhiou, Tanaff, Vélingara and Ziguinchor.

We aim to increase the number of children who have positive and peaceful relationships with their families and communities. It aims to help more kids get education, care, and protection from violence, exploitation, discrimination, abuse, and neglect. World Vision Senegal's goal is to assist children and community members in becoming stronger and recovering economically. Additionally, they strive to improve the health and nutrition of children.

World Vision Senegal employs a multifaceted strategy to accomplish its strategic goals. The core of its activities is centred around these programs: Community Engagement and Sponsorship, Enhancement of Education, Child Safety and Involvement, Enhancement of Maternal and Child Health, and Enhancement of Livelihood Resilience.

Presentation of World Vision Senegal's areas of intervention

In Senegal since 1984, World Vision has been active in several regions, particularly in the areas of parrainge, education, health and livelihoods.
All these actions have a single goal: the well-being and protection of children! 

Two children enjoying water

Our Areas of Focus

World Vision Senegal utilizes different approaches in its programs.

These approaches include Child Protection, Citizen Voice, Paths of Hope, Celebrating Families, and Saving for Transformation. We advocate for children's rights by giving them a say in decision-making. This ensures that we make decisions with their best interests in mind, and support vulnerable groups in their transformation through training and empowerment of women in rural areas.