World Vision International (WVI)
Organisation internationale de perspective mondiale
Visión Mundial Internacional (VMI)
1950-09-22 Portland OR USA
Founded as World Vision and, in 1966, as World Vision Relief Organization. Present name adopted 1966.
Serve as an non-denominational Christian humanitarian agency working for the well-being of poor and vulnerable people, especially children, through sustainable development, disaster relief, raising public awareness and advocating for justice.
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World Vision International Council (meets every 3 years); International Board. International Executive Office; Brussels and European Representation; Geneva and UN Liaison Office; New York and UN Liaison Office. Regional Offices: East Africa (Nairobi, Kenya); South Asia and Pacific (Singapore, Singapore); East Asia (Bangkok, Thailand); Southern Africa (Randburg, South Africa); Latin America and Caribbean (Clayton, Panama and San José, Costa Rica); West Africa (Dakar, Senegal); Middle East and Eastern Europe (Nicosia, Cyprus). Also includes: E-XM6434 - VisionFund International.
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