Children read during school in Vietnam

It takes a world

Violence, in all its forms, is the biggest issue affecting children today. But we can change that together.

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Hà Anh Tuấn calls for an end to violence against children

Hà Anh Tuấn calls for an end to violence against children

All children are to be loved and nurtured in a violence-free environment.

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Improving livelihoods for ethnic minorities

World Vision joins hand with New Zealand Aid Program in reducing economic vulnerability among ethnic minority communities, especially women.

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World Vision started working in Viet Nam with emergency relief assistance in 1988. 

Since 1990, World Vision Viet Nam has implemented many relief, development and advocacy programs in close partnerships with the Vietnamese government, other non-governmental organizations and local communities. 

World Vision Viet Nam works for the well-being of children and their protection. Every year, over 200,000 children directly benefit from World Vision Viet Nam’s programs which are operated in 18 provinces and cities throughout the country.

94.6 million

Population, total


Capital City

223.8 billion

GDP (current US$)

Current Projects

We partner with the government, corporates and other organizations to make positive changes.

Economic empowerment for ethnic minorities

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Effective animal husbandry

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Clean water in schools

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It Takes a World

To End Physical Violence Against Children at Home and School

World Vision join forces with government, nonprofit organizations, private sector, public, communities and children themselves to end physical violence against children.

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