Organization

World Vision US, Inc.

Organization

World Vision US, Inc.

World Vision was working in the regions of La Gonave, South, Central Plateau and North when the earthquake struck. A chronic problem for communities in this region is scarcity of food for a variety of reasons, including poor crops and poorer market opportunities. With over half a million displaced people now estimated to have left Port-au-Prince for the provinces, finding nutritious food will be even more of a problem. A World Vision assessment showed that the priority needs of displaced communities, in order, are: shelter, food, water, healthcare, income, and education and a future for children. World Vision believes that lasting change is possible when our relief and development work is supported through advocacy. For each sector in which we work, we are calling for change from others.

OVERVIEW

Funding raised

193,500,000

FUNDING SOURCES

66% private, 34% USG

PROJECT SECTORS

  • 7
  • 7
  • 6

PROJECT LOCATIONS

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CONTACT INFORMATION

Elizabeth Ranade Janis
Program Management Officer

(202)-572-6353
eranade@worldvision.org

DONATION INFORMATION

34834 Weyerhaeuser Way South P.O. Box 9716
Federal Way, WA 98063

888-56-CHILD
http://www.worldvision.org

8 PROJECTS BY World Vision US, Inc.

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