Emergency Relief

Myanmar-Bangladesh Refugee Crisis Response

Mr. Kevin Chiu, CEO of World Vision Hong Kong, made a visit in early November to the world’s largest makeshift settlement for refugees in Bangladesh.

Africa Hunger Relief

Hunger crisis driven by complicated factors, including drought and conflict, has left over 20 million people across East Africa in urgent need of food assistance. One in three children are malnourishe......

Syrian Refugee Response

The Syria crisis marks its 5th anniversary this March. After 5 years, we still see no end of the raging conflict and bloodshed. According to UN, Syria produces the largest number of refugees in the.........

Mosul Crisis

In 2014, conflict erupted in northern Iraq. Approximately 10 million people have been affected across the country, with more than 3.3 million people displaced, half of whom are children. Right now, th......

Haiti Hurricane Relief

Hurricane Matthew made landfall in Haiti, putting the already poor country in deep distressed. Close to 1000 people have been killed and approximately 2 million people are affected.

Nepal Earthquake Relief Two Years On

Two years ago, on 25 April, a destructive earthquake with 7.8 magnitude hit Nepal and just 17 days after the first quake, another strong earthquake followed. Approximately 8 million people in 39 distr......



Whether it is an unexpected natural disaster or an ongoing adversity brought by poverty, both of which have ravaged precious lives and homes. After a disaster strikes, World Vision responds immediately:

Immediate Response

  • Offer emergency supplies including food, water and other basic necessities
  • Provide psychosocial support for survivors to release their post-disaster distress and regain hope

Long-term Plan

  • Carry out rehabilitation projects to help the affected to restore their livelihoods
  • Prepare future disaster response measures and mechanism, and help the community to learn about Disaster Risk Reduction

World Vision Hong Kong has always been prudent in managing donations received through fundraising. Administrative costs are strictly monitored. Over 90% of our funds raised are used directly on our global relief and rehabilitation work in areas where World Vision staff are stationed to ensure appropriate use of funds and that implemented programmes are up to standard. Please click here for information on Use of Donations, Relief Work Reports and Annual Reports.

Relief Work Report



Response Process



  1. Please prepare a cheque payable to "World Vision Hong Kong" together with your personal details. Please write "Syrian Refugee Response" on the envelope.
    World Vision Hong Kong: Freepost No. 69
    World Vision of Macau Association: P.O. Box 530, Macau

  2. Please write your personal details on the back of the bank-in slip and photocopy it for your own reference before sending it to us.
    Bank Account (Hong Kong):
    Hang Seng Bank 286-364385-003 | Bank of China (Hong Kong)012-883-0-002502-5
    Bank Account (Macau):
    TAI FUNG BANK LIMITED (MOP) 201-1-07025-2 | TAI FUNG BANK LIMITED (HKD) 101-1-09229-8

  3. Applicable for Hong Kong only.

  4. Enter www.ppshk.com for payment.
    Our Merchant code is 34 -> Enter your partner ID -> Select programme you want to make a donation "4-Emergency Relief"