World Vision's early assistance to Kenya includes a 1965 grant to World Gospel Mission; an office was opened in 1974 in response to severe drought and famine. Since then, some of World Vision's major accomplishments have included:
Improving healthcare, education, and water systems and offering literacy and vocational training during the 1980s.
Assisting flood-affected communities by providing medicines, food, seeds, livestock, and shelter during the 1990s.
Building shelters and classrooms for children in refugee camps and providing medical supplies, blankets, food, and other necessities to people affected by floods in the 21st century.