World Vision’s strategy encompasses what is known as the 4Ps approach:
Reducing vulnerability through education in communities, and providing shelter and care for the victims
Re-integrating rescued victims into their community after they are repatriated, including protecting them from threats, violence, abuse, and providing physical and psychological care
Focusing on areas of law enforcement towards human trafficking profiteers
Holding the other 3Ps together, national policies are influenced by a country’s international obligations, national legislation, bilateral agreements, and most importantly, public opinion and lobbying
World Vision Singapore’s projects that directly help children in crisis:
Street Children Transformation Project
The main goal is to transform the lives of street children in Phnom Penh through various intervention activities like counselling, education, and life skills training.
Care and Protection for Children with Disabilities
This is meant to enhance the capacities of Special schools, and raise the community awareness of children with special needs and acceptance of children with special needs.
Improving Education for Deaf Children in China
To improve the quality of education for deaf children and youth, and advocacy to enable greater community awareness, understanding and acceptance of deaf children
Child development & Protection Programme
To operate 24-hour child care centre named Light House Children’s Centre 1 for the street vulnerable children who are semi and full orphan, neglected, abused and who live in extreme poverty, providing comprehensive program in order to rehabilitate, re-socialise and reintegrate them into society.
The goal of the project is to strengthen the emerging child protection systems in Hanoi and Dien Bien province for vulnerable children.
Empowering Females as Agent of Change in India
To empower and educate adolescent girls to be agents of change in their own community so that they can effect sustainable changes in the long run.
How you can help?
You can play a critical role in helping children in crisis get back on their own two feet again. Through the various programmes outlined above, you can help them regain their dignity and confidence, and most importantly, a future.
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