Gender Pay Gap Reporting

As an organisation whose identity is underpinned by our faith, and our Christian values of equality, dignity and justice, World Vision UK is strongly committed to reducing the gender pay gap within our organisation.

Our Gender Pay Gap Reporting continues to show a gap between the average pay of women and men in the charity, however this has been closing year-on-year.

The gap does not stem from paying men and women differently for the same or equivalent work, rather it is the result of the roles in which men and women work within the organisation, and the salaries these roles attract. Since the publication of the first report our Gender Pay Gap has narrowed from a mean pay gap of 24.2% in 2017 to a mean pay gap of 11.7% in 2022

World Vision UK is currently finalising our Thriving People Strategy which will set out our people and workforce aims for the next several years as well as addressing the gender pay gap. The strategy will specifically include workstreams focussed on an overhaul of our approach to pay, to ensure we have an equitable pay model, and a full review of our equality, diversity and inclusion aims.

Statement approved and signed by:

Mark Sheard - Chief Executive Officer, World Vision UK

Ann Kiceluk - Chief People Officer, World Vision UK

Read World Vision’s Gender Pay Gap Report 2022 and 2021

Read World Vision's Gender Pay Gap Report 2020

Read World Vision's Gender Pay Gap Report 2019

Read World Vision's Gender Pay Gap Report 2018

Read World Vision's Gender Pay Gap Report 2017

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