Celebrating a Year of New Beginnings – World Vision Malaysia Annual Review 2022
In many ways, 2022 was a hard reset for the entire world. It was the year COVID-19 restrictions were finally lifted on a global scale and life as we knew it began afresh. The relief we all felt was great, but the lasting impacts the pandemic left behind will be felt for years to come.
Nevertheless, the work of World Vision persisted, and despite the ups and downs we faced, one thing that rarely wavered was your loving support for vulnerable children and families. For so many people whose lives and livelihoods had been damaged by lockdowns – you gave them the fresh start they needed.
Here is a quick highlight reel of how your support made all the difference in 2022:
54,244 children were supported through Child Sponsorship
7,394 children learned literacy and numeracy
21,905 children participated in children’s clubs
14,889 people have clean water in their communities
19,384 savings group members were participating actively
1,628.68 metric tons of food assistance were distributed through the Ukraine Crisis Response
RM571,547.32 was raised for children and communities through the 30-Hour Famine
RM547,448 worth of life-changing gifts were delivered through Gifts of Hope
These barely scratch the surface of what you helped us accomplish, or all the ways you partnered and participated with us – whether it was celebrating our 25th Anniversary or hitting the streets to run for the 42 rights of children. That’s why the World Vision Malaysia Annual Review 2022 is packed with facts, success stories, and snapshots – a comprehensive guide to the impact you made.
Want to get the full picture? Read the Annual Review for yourself and discover the world you helped build! We hope that it’ll encourage and inspire you as we continue to help children find bright new beginnings.
World Vision Malaysia is committed to ensuring the proper and responsible use of contributions received. All projects are appraised, managed and monitored by World Vision Malaysia according to strict cost control policies and audits that govern us as an international humanitarian organisation.
For the Financial Year 2022, 15.2% (RM7,471,733) of contributions received were spent on administration and overhead costs. 84.8% (RM41,726,078) was used to support community development projects, emergency relief and work by local charities. RM69,949 was carried forward into Financial Year 2023.
World Vision Malaysia’s Audit Committee, comprising Board Members Datuk Ho Hon Sang, Emeritus Prof. Dr. P. T. Thomas and Esther Ong, monitored the use of funds, reviewed financial statements and managed the appointment of our external auditor. In 2022, World Vision Malaysia appointed Russ Ooi and Associates to perform its annual financial audit.
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In 2022, 84.8% of donations collected were used for programmes that benefit children, families and communities in need.