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World Vision advocacy projects aim to resolve deep-seated issues from the root, empowering children and communities to speak out against unjust structures and institutions and tackle problems from an international, domestic, community, and individual level. By creating a cooperation network, people can share resources leading to enhanced results, or even bringing about institutional reforms. 
Especially important in our advocacy programs is prioritizing the voices of children so their concerns and needs are considered. 
In 2009, World Vision Taiwan implemented six advocacy projects in nine nations in the Asia-Pacific, Middle Eastern, and Eastern European regions, which included Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand, Vietnam, Romania, Georgia, Bosnia & Herzegovina, and Jordan. World Vision appealed to the people of each nation and their governments to concentrate on children’s rights issues, including child protection, human trafficking, Roma education and worker’s rights, and Iraqi refugee livelihood and employment opportunities.