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Rotary Collaborative Opportunities - World Vision
Category: Microcredit | By SDR, 23-Feb-2018 | Viewed 205  Comments 0

Since 2005, nearly $15 million dollars

have been invested in many large Rotary projects through a collaborative relationship with World Vision, one of the world's largest non-governmental organizations (NGO). Together, we have transformed the lives of over 1 million people in communities around the world.

TOGETHER -

The Rotary Foundation and World Vision have both approved a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to help clubs and districts understand and facilitate larger "global grants." The MOU shows how to make these larger projects and opportunities possible. Most of these projects receive 50% of the total funds from World Vision as a match.

WHY DO ROTARY CLUBS LOOK TO WORLD VISION?
Founded in 1950, World Vision has grown to become a global leader in humanitarian aid and emergency relief worldwide. Our effectiveness has earned the trust and support of more than 1 million donors, thousands of churches, and hundreds of corporations, institutions, and government agencies around the globe. World Vision serves all people, regardless of religion, race, ethnicity, or gender. Some of our greatest strengths as an organization are our scale, experience and expertise, holistic approach, and sustainable model. World Vision and Rotary share common "areas of focus," including water, health, food security, education, economic development and more.

EXPERIENCE AND EXPERTISE Since 1950, World Vision has grown to become a leader in development and humanitarian work worldwide. 

SCALE World Vision has 46,000 skilled staff worldwide, serving tens of millions of people in nearly 100 countries. Established networks, effective partnerships, and a strong infrastructure give us the ability to produce results in highly complex environments.

MATCHING FUNDS World Vision will often match Rotary funding in areas where both organizations desire to do projects, and can help seek additional government and foundation

HOLISTIC APPROACH AND SUSTAINABILITY World Vision uses an integrated community development approach that is the foundation of its programming, and engages in long-term development work. The key development areas of need in which we work include: water, sanitation, and hygiene; health; food security and nutrition; economic development; and child protection and education. Often, World Vision is already in communities where Rotary clubs desire to work, and collaboration just makes sense. World Vision staff members remain many years after the Rotary project is completed, thus ensuring sustainability and addressing the other Rotary "Areas of Focus."

See more details at:

http://ragm.org/docs/World%20Vision%20-%20Rotary%20Brochure_318.pdf


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World Vision - Rotary Donations

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