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World Vision has been in Sri Lanka since 1977.

For the past 45 years, we’ve been partnering with governments, corporates, donors, sponsors and individuals like you, to improve the wellbeing of the most vulnerable children in Sri Lanka.

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45
Years in
Sri Lanka
100,000+
CHILDREN DIRECTLY IMPACTED IN 2020
28
LOCATIONS
12
DISTRICTS
Current Projects
Current Projects

Exchange Plates
What if you could exchange Sanjana’s plate of rice a fried green chillie and five sprats? What if you could take that and give her a proper meal? Exchange Plates, is more than just a fundraiser…  It is an experience. Read more

USD 2,010.16 raised of USD 15,246.96 goal

13.18%
  • 13.18% Completed
  • USD 13,236.80 To Go
  • 29 Donors
Empowering Women – Empowering Humanity.
Investing in women's economic empowerment is crucial. Empowering women sets a direct path towards gender equality, poverty eradication and inclusive economic growth. Women make enormous contributions to economies, whether it be in businesses, on farms, or as entrepreneurs. Read more

USD 37.26 raised of USD 3,021.92 goal

1.23%
  • 1.23% Completed
  • USD 2,984.66 To Go
  • 1 Donors
Every Mind Matters
Engaging in sports is one of the best ways to help children improve their mental well-being. This project will support children and youth in Kilinochchi to learn sports with professional coaches and improve their mental and over all well-being.   Read more

USD 1,345.99 raised of USD 18,887.00 goal

7.13%
  • 7.13% Completed
  • USD 17,541.01 To Go
  • 21 Donors
Current Projects

Completed Projects

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How it feels to be a part...

World Vision Lanka has been absolutely amazing throughout the process. With monthly updates, photos, and communication, I knew exactly what was going on. In all transparency, prior to working with World Vision Lanka, it was unsettling to entrust organizations overseas with such significant donations; It felt like too great a risk. However, God led me to World Vision Lanka. I t was extremely gratifying and humbling to see the pictures sent by World Vision Lanka of the life changing impact of the project. I only hope that World Vision Lanka feels equally responsible for this impact we made.

Tiana Rajaratnam

Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much! World Vision Lanka (WVL) pays special attention to the root causes of challenges our nation faces by helping to build a brighter and better future for our country. For us, WVL has been the ideal partner to work with and reach out to. We are proud to have donated to projects initiated by WVL and will continue to work WVL to enrich lives and the community we operate within.

Malindu Ranasinghe

Director/CEO, Oxford College of Business

As a long-time supporter of World Vision I know the difference my sponsorship has made to improve the lives of vulnerable children and families living in remote areas of Sri Lanka.

Covid-19 and the Sri Lankan Financial Crisis has really hit hard in these rural areas, so I responded to World Vision Lanka’s Happy Meal program; where children are encouraged to attend school and also receive a well-balanced nutritional meal each day. We all know children focus on learning and not their empty stomachs and from the reports I read, the children love the meals too

Lyndon Smit