Asia is a place where picturesque scenery, distinct culinary traditions, and resilient, hospitable people combine to create one of the most remarkable places on earth. But a lack of access to clean water, sanitation, medical care, and schooling — combined with vulnerability to natural disasters — has prevented the region from developing.

OneChild recognizes these challenges and models the ministry’s program to meet the needs of children living in poverty by focusing on their spiritual, physical, educational, and socio-emotional growth and well-being.

Click on the countries below to explore Bangladesh, Cambodia, India, Nepal, and the Philippines!


We are committed to helping children facing poverty in remote places, no matter where or how difficult.

We are accountable to the children we serve AND to our donors.

Our accountability to our donors is one of our highest priorities. Our goal is to use the funds entrusted to us as wise stewards. To do this requires continued monitoring of our fund distribution. OneChild is also a member in good standing with the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability (ECFA)

Indian girl showing pure joy


Children and their families in India face poverty coupled with a relatively high cost of living and religious hostility.

39 Hope Centers
6,068 Children Served
Nepal girl learning and smiling


Children and their families in Nepal face poverty coupled with a relatively high cost of living, religious hostility, and inadequate health and education systems.

2 Hope Centers
316 Children Served
Bangladesh child studying


Children and their families in Bangladesh face poverty coupled with relatively high costs of living, religious hostility, political instability, and an inadequate education system.

39 Hope Centers
1,928 Children Served
Cambodian children smiling


Children and their families in Cambodia face poverty, political instability, religious persecution, and inadequate education, health services, and infrastructure.

8 Hope Centers
3,053 Children Served
Child from the Philippines holding a teddy bear and smiling


Children and their families in the Philippines face poverty coupled with a relatively high cost of living, the dangers of human and sex trafficking, and political instability in some regions.

19 Hope Centers
2,581 Children Served