World Vision Sri Lanka is a valued and trusted partner of governments, foundations, multi-laterals, corporations, and other organisations striving to eradicate the root causes of poverty and improve the wellbeing of children.
Apart from our sectoral programmes, World Vision Lanka has been supported with grants to implement over fifteen special initiatives covering a range of interventions - Conflict Resolution, WASH, Agriculture, Economic Development, Early Childhood Care and Development, Mental Health, Street Children, Livestock, Gender Equality, Food Security, Environment Conservation, Housing and Micro Finance.
In addition to World Vision Support Offices, the following entities have supported us through grants for special projects:
- Australian NGO Cooperation Programme (ANCP)
- Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT)
- European Union (EU)
- Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperative and Development (BMZ)
- Office of the Roving Ambassador for Finland
- Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA)
- United States Agency for International Development (USAID)
- International Organization for Migration (IOM)
Sri Lanka Economic Crisis Response Project
Immediate Lifesaving and Protection Support to the Most Vulnerable Affected by the Sri Lankan Economic Crisis Project - also known as the Sri Lanka Economic Crisis Response Project focuses on responding to the immediate needs of households most affected by the current economic crisis in Sri Lanka.
COVID-19 Response Project
Funded by European Union, this project focuses on enhancing Covid-19 prevention, care, and treatment capacity of the health system by providing essential equipment and improving access to vaccination for the most vulnerable groups, including the elderly and persons with a disability.
Inclusive Livelihood (iLIVE) Project focuses on the most vulnerable individuals – people with disability, women heading households and those living in extreme poverty. The Project helps not only in empowering them with stable income generation activities, but also be included in their communities.
Natural farming is a farming practice that imitates the way of nature and builds a stronger relationship between the farmer, the nature and the soil. It brings the soil and environment back to its original form where nature works for the production. This is the most sustainable way to farm. Here are the principles that the farmers have to follow - no mulching, no tilling, no weeding, no pesticide and...
Dairy Development Project focuses on increasing quality of milk production and the productivity of small-scale dairy farmers. The Project builds capacity through technical trainings, business training and increasing knowledge in milk handling and cattle management.
Homes not Houses
Building Sustainable Future Together
The war uprooted many families in the North and the East and destroyed their homes and assets. Many of those who returned to their lands after the war had to start from scratch and livelihood and housing were the biggest needs. Homes not Houses Project was implemented to help returnee families have access to affordable and appropriate housing solutions while also providing them with a livelihood.
The FRIENDS Project was initiated in 2001 to uplift the lives and the wellbeing of children living on the streets. We have been serving to assist such children through two residential programmes and one Drop-in Centre.
Promoting Farming Enterprises in Diary Production (PROFEED) Project is jointly implemented with Vision Fund Lanka - the microfinance arm of World Vision Lanka – and promotes sustainable dairy farming practices. Farmers are trained in market-oriented dairy farming, entrepreneurship, business development, financial management and legal formalities as well as...
Livestock Initiative for Transformation
The LIFT Project introduces an additional source of income to the poorest of the poor families in order to strengthen and stabilise household incomes.
The Bringing the community on Board project was launched with the aim of increasing the economic resilience for communities prone to natural disasters.