World Vision’s Guidance for Development Programmes is a toolkit to help programme staff and partners implement World Vision's Development Programme Approach.
It can be applied differently in each country context and includes; good practice guidance and tools to facilitate community engagement, child participation and working with partners; a menu of evidence based interventions (called 'Project Models'); and other tools around design, monitoring and evaluation (DME), sponsorship programming, finance and more.
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You can share your own good practices and learning when applying World Vision’s Development Programme Approach with communities and partners.
To learn more, please visit the Programme Effectiveness Community of Practice site on World Vision’s intranet. You will need a WV username/password to access.
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WV's Development Programme Approach is understood best through a set of key resources which include the Handbook for Development Programmes, Good Practices Guide for Putting Development Programmes Into Action and additional programming tools and guides found on this website.
Guidance, tools and resources available to support national offices in strengthening the competencies of local level teams implementing development programmes.
This page contains links to practical programming tools based on good practices including tools on community engagement and child participation, partnering tools, measuring child well-being, project models and ADAPTs, finance and sponsorship tools.
The files here provide more in-depth information and understanding of key parts of World Vision's ministry.