Joshua encourages people to stay strong during the COVID-19 pandemic

Six-year-old Joshua shares his message of support and hope for those affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.


Tropical Cyclone Harold: three months on

Three months on from devastating Tropical Cyclone Harold, World Vision Vanuatu has reached 1,708 households with relief items including blankets, tarpaulins, shelter tool kits, jerry cans, hygiene kits, water filters/buckets, mosquito nets and solar lanterns. 



World Vision Vanuatu


World Vision works with communities in Vanuatu to help eliminate poverty and its causes. We opened our office in Vanuatu in the early 1980s and began education, training and income-generating projects. We currently work in the four provinces of Tafea, Sanma, Shefa and Torba.

World Vision is committed to implementing gender-equitable and disability-inclusive programming. Our projects have expanded to include water, sanitation, hygiene, agriculture, economic development, addressing gender-based violence, promotion of healthy relationships, and disaster risk reduction and preparedness.


Population, total


Capital City

880.1 million

GDP (current US$)

It takes the Pacific community to end violence against children

Tropical Cyclone Kevin & Judy - six months on