30-Hour Famine

HI, WE ARE WORLD VISION

We are an international Christian humanitarian organisation dedicated to working with children, families and their communities to overcome poverty and injustice.
We work to promote human transformation, seek justice for the oppressed and demonstrate the love of God for all people.
We serve all people regardless of religion, race, ethnicity or gender.

Today, World Vision is one of the largest humanitarian relief and development organisations in the world, with a partnership of offices in nearly 100 countries.

World Vision has zero tolerance for any violence or abuse against children and other people in the communites we serve. Although all employees and affiliates are obligated to report, World Vision holds that reporting is everyone’s responsibility. We consider any of the below as safeguarding incidents: 

  • Any abuse or harm happening to a child in the community World Vision works in
  • Any breach of our Safeguarding Policy causing children or adults living where World Vision has a programming presence to be in direct risk of potential harm
  • Any allegations (including rumours) or actual incidents of harm or abuse to children or adults living where World Vision has a programming presence, caused by a World Vision employee or affiliate

If you happen to witness any of the above or have a safeguarding concern relating to our employees, affiliates or the communities we serve, we encourage you to report it to [email protected]

30-HOUR FAMINE

AN ADVOCACY CAMPAIGN LIKE NO OTHER!

World Vision’s 30-Hour Famine is a global youth movement against hunger and poverty. Participants give up solid food for 30 consecutive hours to raise funds for children in need.

Every year, thousands of Malaysian youths and thousands more around the world unite through World Vision’s 30-Hour Famine to raise funds that will improve the lives of children and families in need.

How Does It Work?

Learn About Global Issues

Open the eyes of youths to global issues beyond their comfort zone and educate them on how they can be part of the solution.

Raise Funds to Fight Global Issues

Join a DIY Camp or be an individual participant to raise funds for the cause.

Experience It

Go hungry for 30 or 8 consecutive hours and stand in solidarity with those facing hunger and poverty around the world.

Send in Your Funds & Change Lives

Send in your funds to World Vision so that it can be utilised for sustainable programmes to combat hunger and poverty in different communities around the world.

30-HOUR FAMINE

AN ADVOCACY CAMPAIGN LIKE NO OTHER!

World Vision’s 30-Hour Famine is a global youth movement against hunger and poverty. Participants give up solid food for 30 consecutive hours to raise funds for children in need.

Every year, thousands of Malaysian youths and thousands more around the world unite through World Vision’s 30-Hour Famine to raise funds that will improve the lives of children and families in need.

Today, more than 1.5 million young people around the world have participated in this life transforming programme organised by World Vision in various countries worldwide. We are glad you are now one of them!
暴力对待、剥削、虐待和忽视,对受害的孩童构成了许多复杂的问题。脆弱的孩童将进一步陷入贫困,严重威胁着孩童的健康、生存、安全和后期的心理社会发展。
贫困与家庭因素
贫困家庭经济压力大,导致孩童陷入童工、被疏忽等危机
缺乏保护孩童的法律和政策
法律弱点、执法不力及社会服务资源匮乏,导致儿童权益受到侵犯
缺乏儿童保护意识
社区不了解基本的儿童权益,甚至间接或直接导致孩童陷入暴力之中
儿童权益遭剥削
被迫成为童工及早婚的孩童,遭剥夺学习、发展及建立个人价值的机会
孩童身心受重创
暴力行为将影响孩童的身心发展,亦为个人及社会带来长远的影响
冲击全球社会经济
遭遇暴力的孩童较容易陷入辍学危机,进而冲击社会国家的长远发展
贫困与家庭因素
贫困家庭经济压力大,导致孩童陷入童工、被疏忽等危机
缺乏保护孩童的法律和政策
法律弱点、执法不力及社会服务资源匮乏,导致儿童权益受到侵犯
缺乏儿童保护意识
社区不了解基本的儿童权益,甚至间接或直接导致孩童陷入暴力之中
儿童权益遭剥削
被迫成为童工及早婚的孩童,遭剥夺学习、发展及建立个人价值的机会
孩童身心受重创
暴力行为将影响孩童的身心发展,亦为个人及社会带来长远的影响
冲击全球社会经济
遭遇暴力的孩童较容易陷入辍学危机,进而冲击社会国家的长远发展
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