World Vision

World Vision is the leading non-governmental provider of clean water in the developing world, with more than 700 water, sanitation, and hygiene professionals who live and work in the communities they serve.

Why We Are Here

To ensure access for those in most need, we focus on the extremely poor—including those with disabilities—in rural areas with the greatest disease burden. And we provide clean water not just for households but also for community schools and healthcare facilities.

Currently, World Vision is reaching one new person with clean water every 10 seconds. We have a plan to reach everyone everywhere we work, roughly 50 million people, with clean water by 2030.

What Challenge will you solve today?

Explore all our Challenges

Leveraging Funds to Increase Investment in Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene

Under Evaluation

The aim of this Challenge is to gather well-formulated plans to...

Efficient and Reliable Counting of Latrines

Under Evaluation

The objective of this Challenge is to design a monitoring approach that is optimally cost-efficient, time-efficient, reliable, and ...

Low-Cost Chlorine Monitoring for Rural Piped Water Systems

Under Evaluation

We are seeking low-cost technologies and/or devices to monitor the concentration of free residual chlorine in ...

Affordable Rural Single Family Sanitation Solutions

Awarded

We are seeking novel ideas, concepts, and approaches to...

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World Vision commits to provide clean drinking water to everyone, everywhere World Vision works by 2030.

We will accomplish this by continuing to reach 1 new person with clean water every 10 seconds, resulting in 20 million people provided clean water by 2020 and 50 million people by 2030.

This video captures that commitment and shares the stories of four African women who struggled to gather water for their families and whose lives have now been transformed because World Vision brought clean water to their villages.

Impact

Together we've impacted the lives of over 200 million vulnerable children by tackling the root causes of poverty.

Water

Clean water brings hope to Cheru's community in Kenya.

It Takes a World

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Education

All children have the right to lead productive and fulfilling lives. We help make this happen by supporting them with an inclusive, quality education for life in a nurturing and safe learning environment.

Other ways you can help World Vision

Sponsor a child

Your contribution to World Vision Child Sponsorship is critical in helping us address and respond to root causes of poverty and injustice through long-term partnerships with communities.

Donate

Donate to help children when they're at their most vulnerable. Through World Vision’s work, every 60 seconds a family gets water, a hungry child is fed, a family receives the tools to overcome poverty.

Emergency support

COVID-19 Emergency Response. An unprecedented threat to children needs unprecedented action. Our teams are actively responding to COVID-19. We are mobilising our frontline staff, local partners, faith leaders and communities as part of a global response.

Project Advisor

In its role as Project Advisor, SeaFreight Labs provides coordination, facilitation, promotion, and support services to World Vision.

About SeaFreight Labs

SeaFreight Labs is an open-innovation consultancy offering turn-key crowd-solving services to the seafreight, maritime and logistics industries. We design and execute global challenges to cost-effectively deliver breakthrough innovation for intractable problems. Visit www.seafreightlabs.com.