New hope for Jara and her sons

Jara’s family used to live peacefully in a village of Kachin State, Nothern Myanmar until the armed conflict near her village area. It was a night that Jarar and the villagers will never forget. Everyone, both men, women, and children, ran into the dark woods behind the village to escape from the gunfights. Children were screaming because of the sound of guns shooting.

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From a sponsored child to a development worker

From a sponsored child to a development worker

Nang used to be a World Vision sponsored child. With the help of the sponsorship programme, she’s now living her dream as a community development worker. “If I had not become a sponsored child, I would have had to leave school and married at an early age like others. I would like to tell the sponsors and donors that they might think this is a small contribution, but it does bring a change to a child’s life and the community,” says Nang.

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Success of home gardening

Inside a little garden filled with seasonal crops and vegetables, U Maung Pe, 45 years old and the father of two children, works as a small-scale farmer. After attending a gardening training organized by World Vision, there’s been a significant increase in his yield.  

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Myanmar

World Vision International Myanmar is a Christian, relief, development and advocacy organization working with and for the poor and the most vulnerable. Inspired by the Christian values, we are dedicated to work with the most vulnerable children, families and the communities regardless of religion, race, ethnicity and gender, to create the lasting change in their lives.

Our goal is the sustained well-being of children within families and communities in the areas of child protection, education, health and nutrition, livelihood and livelihood. We promise to end the extreme poverty by 2030.

53.4 million

Population, total

Naypyidaw

Capital City

66.7 billion

GDP (current US$)

Our Work

Education

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Health, Nutrition & WASH

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Livelihood & Resilience

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Child Protection

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Disaster Risk Reduction & Response

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It Takes Myanmar

to end physical violence against children at home and in school

World Vision Myanmar joined the global movement It Takes a World to End Violence against Children campaign. The goal is to end corporal punishment and physical violence against children at home and in school.

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