World Vision Rwanda


In Rwanda, World Vision started its operations in 1994, with the aim of primarily responding to the humanitarian crisis caused by the Genocide.  In 2000, World Vision Rwanda (WVR) mission switched from relief to long-term development. 

World Vision, thus, began Area Programs (APs), which are long term (15 years) community-driven development programs.  Today, the organization is supporting more than 1,200, 000 people, especially women, farmers and other vulnerable community members, through 30 APs in 17 districts across all provinces of Rwanda.

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