World Vision Taiwan

  • 26 July, 2020
  • Carlson Wong
World Vision has provided assistance to 7,203 families in north Syria and each family is provided with soap to wash their hands with. (Photo by World Vision Taiwan)
World Vision Taiwan provided locust monitoring and pesticide spraying in Somalia. (Photo by World Vision Taiwan)
To prevent the spread of COVID-19, World Vision distributes and explains the safety measures of using bleach and disinfectant at the refugee camp. (Photo by World Vision Taiwan)
World Vision explains the importance of maintaining social distancing in Haiti. (Photo by World Vision Taiwan)

World Vision Taiwan was founded in 1964 and the CEO, Andrew Wang said he is grateful to the people of Taiwan who have been with them for the last 56 years. This year 30 Hour Famine Taiwan hopes to raise $0.25 billion NTD (USD$8.5 million) to enable them to provide assistance to those who are in need. Another project of World Vision Taiwan is Child Sponsorship Program, according to the Regional Manager of Africa & Latin America and Caribbean of World Vision Taiwan, Shine Liu, is a long term development program which they ask donors to sponsor a child for 10-15 years (from childhood to adolescence). World Vision Taiwan works with local partners including the local government to provide better environment for children to grow.