Vision Talks – Kindergartens

It takes a world to end violence against children. "It Takes A World" Global Citizenship Programme aims to plant the seeds of love and care in young children and nurture global citizens of tomorrow from early childhood. Through storytelling and fun experiential activities, students can learn about global poverty, gratitude and generosity.

The Most Special Sweet Potato (Hunger & Poverty)

Key Concepts:
  • Health & Living, Compassion
Key Learning:
  • Importance of nutritious food like sweet potatoes
  • Situation of hungry children and care for their needs
  • Treasure food and help hungry children
Vision Action:

Bubbles Are Missing! (Water & Poverty)

Key Concepts:
  • Health & Living, People & Environment
Key Learning:
  • Hygiene and health problems faced by poor children
  • Importance of clean water and good hygiene habits
  • Save water resources and help those in need
Vision Action:
  • Let’s Save 10L Water Campaign (Visit WSD website for details)

The Poor Kindergaten (Education & Poverty)

Key Concepts:
  • Modern World, Equal Opportunities
Key Learning:
  • Learning environment of children in developing countries
  • Reasons why poor children drop out of school
  • Treasure every learning opportunity and help those in need
Vision Actions:

Warmth From A Red Packet (Humanitarian Relief)

Key Concepts:
  • Modern World, Compassion
Key Learning:
  • The needs of refugee children
  • How a red packet can bless refugee children
  • Take action and help refugee children
Vision Action:


Enrolment Information

  • All Vision Talks, Vision Actions and resources are free-of-charge.

  • Please provide a computer with Internet access, a projector, audio and visual equipment.

  • Please fax or email the enrolment form at least 2 weeks before the talk to 2394 0566 or edu@worldvision.org.hk. Confirmation will be sent by fax or email upon receipt of application.

  • Enrolment for 2018-19 English Vision Talks is now open to K2-3 students of international schools and non-Chinese speaking schools on a first-come, first-served basis. Each school can apply for 2 talks per academic year, with at least 50 students attending each talk.