As a Christian organisation we believe God created everyone in His image and that every person and child has the right to a full life. So, we serve children in vulnerable areas as a God-given responsibility as well as an expression of God’s perfect love that we have experienced. We see poverty and need as a result of broken relationship both between man and nature; hence, our work is focussed on restoring these relationships that keep children from their full potential. We are co-workers with God and other partners and collaborators of faith and none, letting Him use us to fulfil his purpose for the world.
We understand ourselves as a part of the Church with a particular calling and ministry to serve the world’s most vulnerable children and the poor in the name of Jesus Christ. Our work calls us to work with local churches where we serve and we seek positive relationships with forms and levels of the church locally, nationally, regionally, and globally.
Some of our work with the church includes implementing approaches to children’s spiritual nurture that contribute to children’s well-being in our programming and our holistic understanding of human development; partnering with faith leaders and communities to correct adverse social norms that impact the most vulnerable; equipping our leaders and staff to live out our faith so they can more effectively support fullness of life for the world's most vulnerable children; and integration of faith in our ministry practice to tackle the roots of poverty, vulnerability and injustice.
World Vision at WEA
MAKING DISCIPLES AND BRINGING HOPE WHEN THE WORLD SORELY NEEDS IT - STANDING WITH THE MOST VULNERABLE CHILDREN
Tuesday, November 12 at 11:30 AM - 12:45 PM at the Book Store (right outside of the Main Hall)
How does a transformational Kingdom response through holistic discipleship look like in a time such as this? This workshop will inspire you with exciting practical examples of how local churches are already doing this, and it will provide you with engaging opportunities to help most vulnerable children in the world’s hardest places to experience life in all its fullness. Co-facilitated with Lausanne Children-at-Risk group, Micah Global, and World Evangelical Alliance.
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World Vision’s Work with WEA
The World Evangelical Alliance is a valued partner as we work collaboratively to towards the transformational change in communities and the holistic wellbeing of children around the globe. Some of our areas of collaboration include:
- Partnership to end violence against children through the .
- Co-organising of the inaugural Global Partners Forum and an upcoming commitment at the Global Refugee Forum. There, coalition partners will commit to work together over the next 4 years for broadening of support/responsibility and protection for children on the move.
- Collaboration on towards shared goals through networks such as the Global Christian Forum, Joint Learning Initiative, International Partnership on Religion and Sustainable Development (PaRD), and the Multi-Faith Advisory Council of the United Nations Inter-agency Task Force on Religion.
Experts at the Assembly
Senior Director – Faith and External Engagement, World Vision International
Asia Pacific Regional Faith and Development Specialist, World Vision International
Channels of Hope
Channels of Hope is an interactive process to create a safe space for faith leaders, their spouses and faith communities to become active participants in the well-being of children through science-based information and insight from sacred scriptures. Learn more about World Vision's Channels of Hope model.
Celebrating Families seeks to ensure that families, especially the most vulnerable ones, enjoy positive and loving relationships and are able to have hope and vision for the future. Learn more about World Vision's Celebrating Families model.
Church and Interfaith Engagement
We believe that faith leaders are uniquely placed to protect and meet the needs of the most vulnerable in their communities. Learn more about World Vision's work with the church and groups of other faiths.
Our Faith Partners
We are privileged to serve and partner with communities of faith for the well-being of the children all around the world, as well as with global faith-based organizations. Learn more about the global partnerships that expand our ability to reach the world’s most vulnerable children.
Children on the Move Coalition
The Children on the Move Coalition is a group of faith-inspired organisations committed to working together to end violence against children on the move. Learn more about how you can get engaged.
It Takes a World to End Violence Against Children
World Vision is relentlessly advocating for an end to violence against children; highlighting it when it occurs and holding those responsible to account. Learn more about how the global campaign to end violence against children
World Vision Asia Pacific
Learn more about World Vision's work in the Asia Pacific region.
Rohingya refugees: Engaging faith leaders to end violence against children
World Vision’s rights-based approach to our work with Rohingya refugees is rooted in our faith. Learn more about how imams are working towards ending violence against children on the move.
Asia Pacific Faith-based Coalition for Sustainable Development
The Asia Pacific Faith-based Coalition for Sustainable Development (APFC) is a regional coalition of faith-based organisations who have a regional presence in the Asia-Pacific Region. Launched in March of 2018 at the Asia-Pacific Forum on Sustainable Development, APFC is a learning, sharing and action-oriented coalition of faith-inspired organisations of different faiths committed to sustainable development. The APFC is committed to advocate on mutually-agreed sustainable development issues particularly SDGs in the region.
Faith Leaders Preventing Violence Against Children in Asia
Video on the impact of a faith-led child development project and faith-related programming working towards ending violence against children.