Child sponsorship in india

Give children in India a better future

The people of India are struggling with the huge gap between rich and poor. One of the biggest problems is child malnutrition. Every third malnourished child in the world lives in India. On average there is a drought every three years country and the parents’ income is often insufficient to feed the children. Girls are therefore married early and cannot go to school. There is also a lack of medical care in many regions.

We are involved in our projects in India since 1978 for gradually improving the living conditions of families. Be part of it too!

How your child sponsorship helps in India:

Many children in India do not have it easy. To improve their living conditions, must yourself change entire environment. Therefore Your sponsorship supports your sponsored child, his family and the entire community. You provide your sponsored child with permanently clean drinking water, healthy nutrition, medical care and access to education.

World Vision employees on site take care of the implementation of programs and projects. With the help of World Vision and you, the living conditions and future prospects of needy children and families can be improved.


  • Access to education
  • Educate parents about the benefits of good education
  • Strengthening children’s rights
  • Training for teachers
  • Classroom renovation

Income generation:

  • Training in cultivation methods
  • Aid in animal breeding
  • Seed output
  • Help with starting small businesses
  • Advice for young people

bless you:

  • Training of health workers
  • Educating mothers about disease prevention
  • Education on vaccination protection
  • hygiene training
  • Support in latrine construction


  • Cultivation of vegetable gardens
  • Cooking and nutritional courses
  • special supplementary nutrition for malnourished people
  • Improve drinking water supply
  • Support for irrigation systems

Yes, I want to make a difference!

Rajima has hope for her future

Rajima is 10 years old and godchild at World Vision.

Thanks to the sponsorship, she can finally go to school. The establishment of their school gave another 86 children access to education and thus a look into a better future.

So that the children can actually learn, they must be healthy. To prevent illnesses due to contaminated drinking water, World Vision has installed water tanks with water filters in Rajima’s municipality of Tepari. The entire community is happy to have access to clean drinking water.

Rajima dreams of being able to achieve great things through her education.

This child is still waiting for a godfather:

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Hello, I’m Muskan from India and I’m looking for a sponsor!

  • My age: 5 years (09.03.2014)
  • I live with: the parents
  • I like: toys of all kinds

India rich in contrast

Child mortality up to the age of 5:

43 out of 1,000 children

Life expectancy:

Access to toilets:

40% of the Indian population

Access to clean drinking water:

94% of the Indian population





Hinduism, Islma, Christianity and others.




National dish:

National Sport:

India has the seventh largest area in the world, after China the most citizens, parts of the highest mountain range, huge rivers, an impressive variety of landscapes. In India almost everything is:

The region: further – bigger – higher

The northern border of the country is the Himalayan region, the "roof of the world", with its huge mountains. 3,000 kilometers south of it are offshore island groups with many paradisiacal beaches in the Indian Ocean. In between are the mighty rivers Ganges and Brahmaputra, temperate, medium-high mountain regions and dry, wide desert landscapes, but also swamps in broad, tropical, fertile plains. The highest point in the country is 8,598 meters high on the border with Nepal, the deepest in a depression two meters below sea level.

Stable system under tension

India has an ancient civilization with a turbulent history. In 1947 the country gained its independence from the British Empire. Since then, the country has been a stable democracy – the "greatest democracy in the world". At the same time as independence, Muslim Pakistan was separated. Three wars and violent border conflicts kept the two countries in constant tension – until today.

Predestined – also in education

Compulsory school attendance from six to 14 years, free school attendance and a well-organized school system including universities offer good development opportunities. But there is one deep gap between high and low castes, between rich and poor and also between man and woman. In the second case it always looks worse with the chance of education. 39 percent of all Indians and 50 percent of women are illiterate.

The gap is widening

Industry, services and technology sectors – and thus a growing, wealthy middle class – have developed rapidly. However, only a few benefit from the economic development and the social gradient takes to. 80 percent have to make do with two US dollars a day and 300 million people live in absolute poverty. That is more people than live on the African continent! And 43.5 percent of all children under the age of five are malnourished.


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