About Us

Vision for Asia is a UK based Christian charity operating within Asia. We are a small, voluntary organisation passionate about the huge vision we hold at the forefront of all we do.

Founded in 2002, we work to provide practical relief and spiritual support to communities suffering hardship and distress in some of the poorest areas of the world, no matter what faith they are – be it Hindu, Muslim or Christian. Poverty is no respecter of faith or persons.

We work with our partners, in their communities in India, the Andaman Islands, Myanmar, the Philippines and Pakistan to enable people to improve the quality of their lives, their self-esteem and their self-worth.

Together with our partners, our Christian values underpin our aims and inspire our actions. We believe in showing God’s compassion, love, and hope to all those we help. Vision for Asia provide practical and life-changing assistance to some of the poorest in Asian society.

Health

There is no free health service in India, therefore this programme is of vital importance to the well-being of the school children to enable them to maintain their health in order to continue with their education.

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Welfare

It is a genuine hunger for ideas, rather than handouts, which motivates us to do whatever it takes to see people living under such difficult conditions be empowered with training and resources that can break the cycle of poverty, as well as offering humanitarian aid to support them through their circumstances.

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Vocational Training

Vision for Asia regularly looks at initiating new projects to help train adults in a vocation which will enable them to become self-supporting and provide an income for themselves and their families, empowering them to raise themselves out of poverty. We help fund teaching ladies to sew and men to repair bicycles.

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Child Education

We are helping children such as these, and orphans, with their education so they can become more employable in the future, thus breaking the generational cycle of poverty.

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