Team World Vision invites all who are willing to take on a personal challenge by running or walking and help others while doing so.

Help support education in Nepal where 75% children face challenges in achieving literacy;
female discrimination means that girls drop out and do not finish school.

Whatever your personal challenge you set for yourself, unite your friends and family for a good cause. When you join Team World Vision, you can crowdfund to improve the lives of children in the world’s most vulnerable communities.

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Take on a Challenge

Run for a Reason

Inspire Others

For runners,
stretch your limits with a 25, 50 or 100km target. Or you can just walk to keep fit and cover 35,000 steps within a month anytime anywhere

Know you are helping to educate impoverished children in Nepal and your family and friends are behind you

Share your passion and give others the chance to help children in need

World Vision, together with Train Live Compete Pte Ltd will be organising “Runners’ Convention 2018 – Run Your Destiny”.

Be part of this event as Team World Vision by running or walking 25km, 50km or 100km in a virtual run within 1 month and pledging to crowdfund for the sponsorship of a needy child from Nepal for the duration of the virtual run from 1 Feb to 15 Apr 2018. When you sponsor a child, you help provide him/her with things like access to clean water, nutritious food, basic medical care and the chance to go to school.

When you join Team World Vision, we will provide the link to the run registration portal. Concurrently, we will assign you a needy child in Nepal waiting for sponsorship.

4 simple steps

Run anytime and anywhere to complete the distance


with Team World Vision and then sign up for Runners Convention

Upload timing and distance from

run-tracking apps

Share your progress with your friends and direct them to your crowdfunding page





Join Team World Vision

Sat, 17 March

Workshops on Training and Injury Prevention

TBC | 9:00 am

Road Running Clinic with Mira Rai

@ One Marina Boulevard

8km | 4:30pm

Sun, 18 March
Trail Running Clinic with Mira Rai

@ MacRitchie Reservoir

10km | 8:00am

Runners Convention

17-18 March 2018

*A portion of the registration fee for the Runners Convention will be channelled to support education needs in Nepal

Join Runners Convention

Virtual Run Challenge
Road Run | Trail Run

25km | 50km | 100km

within 30 days

An Evening with Mira: Understanding the Nepal Challenge

Meet Mira Rai, an award-winning trail runner from Nepal and National Geographic’s Adventurer of the Year 2017. As a child, she had to walk for two-three hours over steep hills to collect water. She left her school at the age of 12 when her family couldn’t afford her education.

Join us for our Vision in Action Talk on 16 March where you can hear from Mira herself and find out how you can help the children in Nepal.

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Face-to-face with Mira Rai

• Sharing on the needs of Nepal and the impact of World Vision’s interventions

• Sharing by trippers who recently visited Nepal

Poverty is high in Nepal, with close to 24% of the population below national poverty line and just over 16% living with less than 1 USD a day. Only 29.3% of girls finish secondary school compared to 53.5% of boys. About 75% of grade 3 children cannot read a grade level text with fluency and comprehension. In the Sindhuli East area where World Vision works, the illiteracy rate is 60%. Parents in poor families do not value the education of their children. Rather, they send their children to work at an early age to supplement family income, and it is common for children to drop out of school at the primary level. Furthermore, traditional teaching methods as well as poor school infrastructure have further hindered the educational development of children in the area.

Why Nepal Education?

Area Development Programme

Since 2013, World Vision Singapore has been supporting a community in Nepal called Sindhuli. It is one of the poorest and most deprived areas in Nepal, ranking 56 out of 75 districts in the national poverty deprivation list. The majority of the people in the area are dalits (untouchables) and indigenous Janajati. These groups are among the poorest people in Nepal. They depend on agriculture, manual labour and seasonal migrant labour for their livelihoods. Nepal is also second out of the worst ten countries in the world for child marriage.

When you sponsor a child for $45 a month, you’ll help a child, their family, and community to tackle the root causes of poverty.Real kids. Real impact. Real hope.

Sponsor Children from Nepal