Partner Microsite: World Vision
Yielding added value through partnership
World Vision collaborates with many entities, individuals of influence and networks to leverage engagement, financial giving, and expertise. Our strategy is to transform ourselves into an organization where partnership is at the heart of the way we work.
Our aspiration is to catalyze, connect and convene key stakeholders to increase awareness of what it takes to improve child well-being, change attitudes about roles and responsibilities to be part of the solution, and take more courageous and effective actions in solidarity with children and their communities.
A partnering approach can yield significant added value; effective and vibrant public engagement helps us harness momentum and provide greater opportunities to bring about lasting change.
Who we partner with
We partner with United Nations agencies including UNICEF, UNDP, OCHA/IASC, Global Fund, UNAIDS, and UNODC; NGOs such as Save the Children, Care, Plan Int’l and MTV-Exit; as well as multilateral and bilateral partners. The AADMER Partnership Group alliance is a strategic and important partnership for World Vision to support the ASEAN Agreement on Disaster Management and Emergency Response.
We work extensively at the grass roots level with countless community-based and faith-based organizations. Key corporate regional relationships include Procter and Gamble, QuestNet/Rhythm and Johnson & Johnson. National level relationships include Toyota, ING Bank, Citibank, Microsoft, Tupperware, KPMG, Pfizer, Coca Cola, Gillette, JP Morgan Chase, among others.
The World Vision International Review 2012
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