We are diligent about how we use our resources to ensure children and their communities are the direct beneficiaries of our work.


In Cambodia, World Vision works with an array of stakeholders in order to achieve our vision. We pride ourself on our partnerships and our work being conducted in a legal and righteous manner.

We have measures in place to protect the children we work with to ensure no corruption impacts our communities.

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World Vision is committed to sharing data with relevant stakeholders to ensure healthy dialogue and transparency, guided by the organisation’s Open Information policy.

If you are seeking information not readily available in World Vision publications or on our website, you can make a request to our office here or to World Vision International here.

We also share World Vision policies which can be accessed here:


The International Aid Transparency Initiative (IATI) is a voluntary, multi- stakeholder initiative that seeks to improve the transparency of aid, development, and humanitarian resources in order to increase their effectiveness in tackling poverty. As a member, World Vision International is committed to playing our part. We currently publish information about institutional grants on behalf of all of our funding offices, and we plan to publish information about all programme activities in the near future. Data can be viewed at