World Vision Hong Kong in Kenya (2015)Tags：
Situated in East Africa, Kenya is one of the better-developed countries in the region with more advanced agricultural and industrial sectors. Still, above 40% of its population lives on less than HK$10 a day. Prolonged droughts in northern Kenya have resulted in failed harvest and increased risk of food shortage.
In 1974, World Vision began operations in Kenya to respond to the country-wide severe drought and famine. Since its response, World Vision has launched Area Development Programmes (ADPs) through Child Sponsorship to help struggling communities. Today, there are 56 ADPs in Kenya.
In 2015, World Vision Hong Kong contributed approximately HK$38.18 million to support 5 ADPs and 8 other projects in Kenya, benefiting over 320,000 people.