World Vision Myanmar

Grants and special projects

World Vision Myanmar is a valued and trusted partner of governments, foundations, multi-laterals, corporations and other organisations striving to eradicate the root causes of poverty. Our strategic collaborations are designed to achieve shared humanitarian and development priorities in the Asia Pacific.

We aspire to the highest levels of best practice and accountability in all that we do. See how communities in Myanmar are benefitting from World Vision's partnerships.

-- Through a Global Fund project, World Vision is training and equipping communities with the proper health knowledge about TB. Learn how this knowledge saved five members of Daw Kyi's family

-- The Improving Maternal, Newborn and Child Health and Nutrition in Tanintharyi Region project is assisting communities to improve the health and nutrition of mothers and young children in five townships of Tanintharyi Region, with funding support from the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT). Learn about the difference this project has made in Khant's life.

-- The End Trafficking in Persons project funded by The Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (ANCP) and World Vision Korea seeks to improve the well-being of trafficking victims and those who are vulnerable to trafficking. Read more...

-- Funded by the Global Fund since 2011, a 5-year End Malaria project aims to reduce the number of people getting sick and dying of malaria, consequently contributing to the country’s socio-economic development and to the Millennium Development Goals. Read more...