School Participation

World Vision cooperates with all schools in Macau to organise different thematic talks and educational activities with the aim to help children, youths and parents gain a deeper understanding of the needs of poor children and communities in developing countries, and reflect on their roles in light of what they learn. Each talk is designed to bring global issues alive for students through multimedia resources and real-life stories.

Issues & Educational Resources

Children in Conflict

As global crises grows continually, 250 million children are now living in conflict-affected countries and areas...

Poverty in Asia

Asia has achieved remarkable economic progress in recent decades. Despite this, it is home to nearly half of the world’s poorest people, rendering poverty a key issue to be addressed.

Hunger

Today, there are approximately 800 million undernourished people worldwide.

Water Crisis

Water is an essential part of our everyday life. Though nearly 70% of the world is covered by water, only about 2.5% of it is freshwater.

Education Crisis

Education is fundamental to a person’s well-being as well as the development of a society. Nevertheless, out-of-school rates remain high in many developing countries.

Climate Change

Climate change refers to a change of climate that is attributed directly or indirectly to human activity that alters the composition of the global atmosphere.

Child Marriage

For most people, marriage is an important and a celebrated moment in life. However, millions of girls worldwide are asked or forced to marry at young age.



School Talks

Get Involved

Date : During Chinese New Year 2018
Your Red Packet During Chinese New Year, students are encouraged to donate a red packet to share what they have and help improve the lives of the hungry. (Educational DVD will be provided)
Date : 17-18 March 2018
Flag Day Students can take part in our Flag Day to raise funds for children suffering from hunger in developing countries.
Date : 19-29 March 2018
Drawing Competition Primary school students can unleash their creativity and draw under the theme "Hunger—Violence in Disguise" to show their support for hungry refugee children.
Date : 13 May 2018
10-Hour Famine Camp Students can form their own team to join the Famine Camp and get a taste of hunger through various workshops. And explore the root of poverty and hunger.