World Vision Ethiopia

Annual Report

  • Annual Report 2017: World Vision Ethiopia benefited more than 5.7 million people with a total budget of US$109. WV Ethiopia livelihood programming focuses on rural resource-poor smallholder farmers, female-headed households, people affected by disasters and unemployed youth. Pregnant and lactating mothers, malnourished children and households as well as schools and health institutions will also be the focus in implementing health, nutrition and WASH programming. The education programming aims to improve access and quality of education and life skills for children and youth with special focus on children aged 3 to 18. Children and adults with disabilities and vulnerable women and girls are also a focus of WVE’s child protection and participation programming. Download Full Report
  • Annual Report 2016: In 2016, WVE reached to more than 6 million people in its key interventions: WASH, education, livelihood, health, child protection and emergency response. Download Full Report
  • Annual Report 2015: This year, WVE enabled remarkable results in its key interventions primarily focusing on child wellbeing. A total of 237,758 children were supported. World Vision carried out a number of activities in health, nutrition and HIV/AIDS, education, child protection, humanitarian emergency (relief and rehabilitation), water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) and livelihoods. These projects target the poorest and most vulnerable members of Ethiopian society, especially children.  Download Full Report
  • Annual Report 2014: In 2014 WVE demonstrated significant progress in scaling up key initiatives that will support improvements in child well-being. Some of these included implementing literacy programming, strengthening its WASH, scaling up savings groups for target households with an innovative, tested model; and improving maternal and child health through work with faith leaders and community partners. WVE has also stepped up its operations in response to the needs of women and children in response to the S. Sudanese refugee influx into Gambella. Download Full Report
  • Annual Report 2013: This year, WVE and its partners worked to improve the well-being of more than 1.5 million children and families across nine regions. Exciting new developments were also seen as WVE defined new, more focused technical approaches in the areas of resilience and climate adaptation; maternal, child and newborn health; education; WASH; and child protection that aligned more closely with the Government of Ethiopia growth and transformation plans and ensured strong impact for families and children throughout Ethiopia. Download Full Reprt
  • Annual Report 2012: This year World Vision Ethiopia Annual Report has transformational initiatives of the organization for the year under review, with an approximate budget of USD 100 million. A total of 244,067 Children were supported. World Vision Ethiopia ensured that every donation was channeled towards sustaining the wellbeing of children, their families and communities. There was a growth of 25% in funding, Compared to 2011 budget year. There is a change in leadership that developed a new national strategy for the 2013-2015 period. Download Full Reprt