Child Health Now
Launched in 2009, Child Health Now was World Vision’s first global campaign.
It set out to mobilise the public and call on world leaders to take action to reduce the number of children dying before their fifth birthday from wholly preventable causes.
Over the course of the campaign, World Vision saw activity take place across the globe, with over 30 million actions taken and with dedicated campaigns running in more than 40 countries. It helped connect grassroots communities with national and global leaders and provided opportunities for them to voice their concerns and asks.
Working in partnership was a key theme of the campaign. We worked with communities to improve the well-being and health of children, and aligned with other organisations to have a greater impact. We worked in collaboration with global bodies like the United Nations, the World Health Organisation and World Bank, and we’re proud to have been part of the “Every Woman, Every Child” movement to end preventable maternal, newborn and child deaths.
The campaign continues to impact the world today as we work to ensure that all the results achieved to date act as a strong foundation for long-term work that continues to gain ground in achieving the best possible outcomes around nutrition and health for children.
Child Health Now Campaign Report: Mobilising Millions to End Preventable Child Deaths
Child Health Now pledged to amplify the voices of the most-affected people in communities where World Vision operates, to hold governments to account, and to join hands with partners to multiply the potential for impact.
Commitments Count for Every Woman Every Child
The third independent high-level assessment of World Vision International’s commitment to the UN Secretary-General’s Global Strategy for Women’s and Children’s Health, 'Every Woman Every Child'