Emergency Relief

Beirut Explosion Crisis Response

On 4th August, a massive explosion occurred in the port area of Beirut, Lebanon, killing over 180 people and injuring more than 6,500. The shockwaves of the explosion have brought serious damage to ro......

Haiti Earthquake Relief

On 14 August 2021, a 7.2-magnitude earthquake rattled southwestern Haiti, at a depth of around 10km, causing deaths, injuries and property damages, and reviving terrible memories of the great earthqua......

COVID-19 Global Response

Since early 2020, COVID-19 has developed into a global pandemic. Many developing countries, and even war zones and refugee camps, are also bearing the brunt of the pandemic.

South Sudan Refugee Crisis Response

Since December 2013, South Sudan has been in the midst of an armed conflict. Some 4 million people have lost their homes and become displaced. More than 1.87 million are internally displaced, while ov......

Syrian Refugee Response

It has been ten years since Syria’s civil war broke out in March 2011. In this decade-long conflict, nearly 600,000 have been killed, including 55,000 children. The war has brought massive destruction......

Myanmar-Bangladesh Refugee Crisis Response

In late August 2017, conflict broke out in Rakhine State, Myanmar. Three years after the mass atrocities forced them to flee for their lives, 860,000 Rohingya—more than half of whom are children—are s......



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.

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Response Process