2021 Annual Report - Ethiopia
The annual report provides an overview of the work of World Vision in Ethiopia for the year 2021. World Vision Ethiopia is the largest humanitarian organization in the partnership and Ethiopia that operates in 51 area programs in 91 districts, in seven regional states (Tigray, Amhara, Benishangul Gumuz, Oromia, Somali, Gambela, the South Nations, Nationalities, and Peoples regions) as well as the Addis Ababa City Administration, benefiting over 7,025,620 people (4,287,610 boys and girls) through integrated development interventions. It supported 1,583,52 people (965,948 boys and girls) people in the Tigray Region and 1,510,213 people (908,425 boys and girls) in the other parts of the country with food assistance, shelter, livelihood, WASH, emergency education, health and nutrition, and child protection.
World Vision is motivated by our desire to serve God and improve the lives of vulnerable children around the world. We aspire to see a world where all children are free from need and able to reach their full potential. Driven by our deep commitment to holistic child wellbeing, World Vision strives to ensure that every child gets the indispensable needs that help him/her to grow – in mind, body, and spirit, empowering them to live life in all its fullness as created by God.