World Vision Hong Kong in Kenya (2019)Tags：
Over the past decade, Kenya has seen sustained economic growth and social development following reforms in various spheres, such as its education and health sectors. However, it is still facing a series of challenges that includes poverty, climate change and inequality. The future is full of possibilities for Kenya, but much of that will depend on how challenges are further addressed to improve the lives of its citizens.
World Vision first started its work in Kenya in 1974, following widespread drought and famine in the country. Child Sponsorship there began in 1978 and has gone on to reach hundreds of thousands of children. Currently, World Vision has 42 Area Development Programmes across 37 counties, impacting the lives of over a million children and their families through various interventions.
In 2019, World Vision Hong Kong contributed approximately HK$35.18 million to support 5 ADPs and 7 other projects in Kenya, benefiting over 362,000 people.