Why World Vision is in China

For over 24 years, World Vision has had a presence in the country of China, operating in four area programs throughout the region and bringing positive change in the lives of more than 12,000 children and their families, including access to education, protection, sustainable income generation, food and better care within their homes and communities. These achievements were made in mutually respectful collaboration with government institutions, partner organizations, donors, and children and their communities. World Vision US is currently working in any communities in China and recently ended its Sponsorship operations in the North China Plain Region. World Vision is grateful for our time in China spent partnering with children, families, and communities. The future is bright as local community members and partners continue carrying forward the good work.

We never give up on people

With so much happening around the world, it can be hard to decide where your money can have the greatest impact. With your help through the World Vision Fund, you’ll be meeting critical needs both today and tomorrow, helping people rebuild in the wake of disasters and empowering entire communities to lift themselves out of poverty.

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Prayer Requests from China

World Vision's staff in China are asking us to join them in prayer for the following:

  • For the 100 million children affected by urban migration who are living without their parents and are more vulnerable to harm, and that World Vision would be a channel of love and hope to them.


  • For the well-being of children with disabilities, that they’ll be protected from COVID-19 and that local social services would be equipped to care for them well.


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From the Field

Coronavirus: Facts, FAQs, and how to help

The coronavirus pandemic and its respiratory disease, COVID-19, has profoundly and widely impacted the world since it emerged in late 2019. Beyond its health implications, the pandemic continues to pose a threat to the progress in reducing global poverty and income inequalities. Particularly concerning is the potential long-term impact on the next generation of children. Learn more about the pandemic and how World Vision has responded worldwide.