World Vision Lebanon

Our Work

World Vision believes that the best way to improve children’s lives is through child-focused development. We work with communities and children through a range of programmes that promote change and improve their well-being. World Vision’s development work aims to ensure that children:

Enjoy Good Health

World Vision strives to ensure mothers have access to information and expertise related to nutrition, reproductive health and childhood illnesses so they can make choices that protect their health and the health of their children. World Vision also promotes healthy lifestyles for youth and equitable access to healthcare services

Are Educated For Life

World Vision in Lebanon partners with the ministry of education, parents, teachers and children to improve the quality of education so that children and youth have the skills and knowledge they need for the best chance for a bright future.

Experience the Love of God and Their Neighbours

World Vision promotes positive relationships in communities by addressing the causes of conflict and the grievances of the past, in order to promote long-term stability and justice.

Are Cared for, Protected and Participating

World Vision works to empower communities to know and to speak up for their rights, and to equip children to participate actively in decisions that affect them. We work with communities to promote child rights and protect children from violence manifested in various forms, such as exploitation, abuse and child trafficking.

World Vision strives to reduce the impact of emergencies on people’s lives by responding to urgent humanitarian needs and by helping communities survive, recover, prevent and prepare for future emergencies.

World Vision believes improving job opportunities for parents enables them to better meet the needs of their children. World Vision strives to boost the capacity of small- and medium-sized businesses to provide liveable incomes for parents.

Violence, in all its forms, is the biggest issue affecting children today. But it doesn’t have to be this way.

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