World Vision has carried out emergency relief work in China since 1982. In recent years, despite enjoying a rapid economic growth, China has seen the rise of various social issues, such as the rural-urban disparity in development and the widening gap between the rich and the poor. While the attention is on the country's economic achievements, the impoverished floating population, left-behind children, orphans and children with disability are often neglected.
In 2017, World Vision Hong Kong supported 39 relief and development projects, of which 18 projects were funded by World Vision China Partners, benefiting over 230,000 people. Click here for information on Use of Donations.
Donations will also be used to support relief and rehabilitation work, and promote disaster preparedness in China.