Click here for a map of where our partner networks are located.
Click here to read a summary of what we do and read more about our Viva’s programmes and added value on our Learn Website.
In 2018, Viva’s work was independently validated by the US-based Sagamore Institute for Public Policy. Click here to read a blog post summarising the report, click here to watch a short summary video and click here to read the research report.
Over the past 20 years, Viva has helped pioneer and refine a collaborative approach that is being increasingly adopted throughout the development sector. For a more in-depth understanding of this network model, click here. Read about our programmes and methodology here.
Our commitment to safeguarding
Viva is committed to safeguarding children and protecting them from harm, and is a member of Keeping Children Safe. Click here to read our child safeguarding policy statement. Click here to find out about our work equipping those working with children to consider their policies and procedures and read about our child protection training here.
Click here to read our commitment to safeguarding statement and details of our complaints procedure.
Click here to see our income and expenditure, and to read our our Annual Review and other financial statements.
Click here to meet our international staff leadership team, Board of Trustees and Network Consultants.
Viva North America meets quarterly by Zoom video conference and annually face to face in Washington DC. Its remit is the growth of the mission and fundraising in the US, and the control and responsibility for all funds raised. Within those boundaries Viva North America works within the global Viva organisation with functions provided by regional staff (for programme delivery) and the central office in Oxford, UK (for programme management and central fundraising support).
Work with us
If we have current job vacancies, they will be listed here.
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Viva supports vulnerable children regardless of their gender, sexuality, ethnicity, or religion. Partner networks are made up of churches and Christian organisations who uphold and contribute towards both national government policies as well as the highest international standards of community responses to children at risk, child protection and safeguarding.