World Vision China Donated 84 sets of Most Needed Medical Equipment to Three Key Hospitals in Wuhan City

Recently, World Vision China donated 84 sets of most needed medical equipment valued around RMB 3.12 million to 3 key hospitals in Wuhan City of Hubei Province, to assist them in fighting against novel coronavirus, after learning their needs. The donation was made through China Charity Federation, under the guidance of Medical Management Service Guidance Center, National Health Commission.

World Vision transports emergency supplies to support response against novel coronavirus 2019 outbreak in China 

On 3 February 2020, nearly 50 thousand masks provided by World Vision China against novel coronavirus arrived in 5 counties.The donated medical supplies will be distributed through World Vision China’s local partners to those departments in urgent need. 

World Vision China Is Planning a Response to the Coronavirus Outbreak

As the epidemic is spreading at a rapid pace, World Vision China Coronavirus Response Team has been closely monitoring the situation and prepare for response.

2019 nCOV Response: Children's Story

This year, the longwaited gathering moment has come, but unlike usual, Jiajia was a bit upset. Sure, grandma and father had come home as previous years, but for the outbreak of Novel coronavirus 2019-nCoV, the family were forced to stay home。

Celebrating the World Children's Day and the 30th Anniversary of the Convention on the Rights of the Child Adopted


To celebrate World Children's Day on Nov. 20 (and the 30th anniversary of the adoption of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child), World Vision launched an array of “Love Children” activities to call on all sectors of society to support the basic rights of children. 

Give Me a Hug Please



I love you Dad and Mom, would you please give me a hug?

Children have a desire for the love and care from parents as they grows up. Ivana, the famous artists from HK, wrote a theme song named Give Me a Hug Please for the Campaign of End Domestic-Violence Against Children held by Worldvision.

It Takes a World to End Violence Against Children Global Campaign Launched in China



November 20 is the United Nations World Children's Day, which is set up to enhance the cohesion of children around the world, raise awareness of children's rights and improve children's welfare. In China, World Vision focuses on ending domestic violence against children, with the goal that girls and boys in China are protected from Domestic Violence and thrive in a positive and caring environment.                                                                         

We Made it!




The award is a recognition of the collective efforts with local partners and commmunities, thanks to the continuous support from people worldwide.


About Us

Established in 1950, World Vison International is a child-focused relief, development and advocacy organization devoted to serve children, their families and communities in impoverished regions. Currently, World Vision is working in about 100 countries and regions across the world.

In 1993, World Vision China was established to carry out a wide variety of work on poverty alleviation and community development. Since the Law on Administration of Activities of Overseas Nongovernmental Organizations in the Mainland China went into effect in 2017, we have completed registration of eight representative offices in eight province/regions/municipalities to better contribute to China’s poverty alleviation and development through collaboration with government, CSOs and communities.

In 2019, World Vision China worked in 12 provinces/municipalities/regions across China. The funding is supported by World Vision offices worldwide, of which over 60% is raised from the Hong Kong public.

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