World Vision Delegates Afternoon Sessions on 22 February 2023 at CIES



Roundtable - Supporting transitions, reducing barriers, and promoting positive youth development: From Guatemala to MENA 

Time:   1:30 to 3:00 p.m.  EST              Location: Declaration Level (1B), Cabinet                              

Presenting organizations:  Asociación Grupo Ceiba, Making Cents International, Proyecto Puentes, Social Impact, Tufts University, and World Vision 

Presentation by World Vision   

  • Cash transfers to reduce barriers to youth participation in workforce development programs 
    Featured program/approach: The Puentes Project and Barrier Reduction Mechanisms   

World Vision representative: 

  • Sara Sywulka  - Chief of Party, Puentes Project at World Vision Guatemala. Learn about Sara


Roundtable - Strengthening inclusive approaches in Rwanda through GESI (Gender Equality and Social Inclusion) analysis and GIS (Geographic Information Systems) mapping 

Time:  1:30 to 3:00 p.m.  EST                  Location:       Constitution Level (3B), Renwick                             

Presenting organizations:   Three Stones International and World Vision 

Presentations by World Vision:   

  • Applying Gender Equality and Social Inclusion analysis to enable equitable education programming  

  • Improving literacy learning opportunities for children with special educational needs and children with disabilities in Rwanda 
    Featured program/approach: The Gender Equality and Social Inclusion approach and theory of change     

World Vision representatives: 

  • Christine Tuyisenge  (Presentation Discussant) Gender Equality and Social Inclusion Specialist at World Vision Rwanda 
  • Edward Winter  - Senior Technical Advisor for Gender Equality and Social Inclusion at World Vision U.S. Learn about Edward


Panel:  Unleashing the potential of the community to address education disruptions and inequity: Global evidence from Learning Catch-up Programmes

Time:   3:15 to 4:45 p.m. EST                   Location:   Constitution Level (3B), Roosevelt                                 

Presenting organizations:  Cambridge Education and World Vision 

Presentations by World Vision   

  • A child-centered, community-driven catch-up programme to support the most vulnerable children’s safe return to school in Cambodia, Zimbabwe and Ghana 

                     Featured program/approach: Community-based catch-up programme     

World Vision representative: 

  • Ana Tenorio, Global  Education Director at World Vision International. Ana has more than 20 years of experience in international education in over 40 countries. Learn more about Ana