World Vision began its work in Angola in 1989 when a severe drought threatened the lives of thousands of children and families. Since then, some major accomplishments include:
- Providing thousands of tons of food—along with seeds, tools, and training—to families struggling with hunger during the 1990s.
- Offering families agricultural improvement training and increasing access to clean water since the 1990s.
- Improving the health of children and mothers in rural communities through healthcare, nutrition education, and HIV and AIDS awareness.
- Helping fish farmers increase their harvests and food security through training, establishing cooperatives, and offering microfinance opportunities.
World Vision is committed to partnering with the people of Angola to improve their lives today and to help enact sustainable solutions for the future of their children, families, and communities.