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.

-- Ending Violence Against Children in the Greater Mekong Sub-region project is to care and protect vulnerable children and youth (girls and boys of 12-24 years) from child trafficking, abuse, neglect, exploitation, and all other forms of violence, within supportive families and communities. This project has been implementing in Mawlamyaing to reduce trafficking and in Yangon and Mandalay regions to provide essential services to street and working children. 

-- Tanintharyi Region Rural Income and Livelihoods Development Programme funded by New Zealand Partnerships for International Development Fund will support 6,290 people over 5 years to develop sustainable, profitable, and scalable agri-food value chains in Myiek and Palaw of Tanintharyi region. 

-- The End Trafficking in Person project funded by the US State Department seeks to improve the well-being of trafficking returnees and those who are vulnerable to trafficking. The project works closely with Anti-Trafficking Task Force (ATTF) and provides members of the police force with victim-centered investigation training.

-- “Improve access to TB services in remote and difficult regions” project funded by USAID Challenge TB project, aims to develop and strengthen linkages between community-level service and the national TB program to expand the number of TB patients reached and completing treatment. To achieve the objective, the project will increase case finding among vulnerable groups, and strengthen patients’ access to TB care and services in four townships in Kayah State (Demoso Township, Hpruso Township, Bawlakhe Township, and Hpasawng Township) targeting 20 villages/wards in each township.