Research Collaborations:

Child Health and Nutrition Impact Study

The Child Health and Nutrition Impact Study (formerly known as chTIS, the Child Health Targets Impact Study) is a five-year research collaboration, launched in 2012, between World Vision and Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health together with academic partners in four countries. The study is designed to measure the impact and cost-effectiveness of World Vision’s package of interventions on the health and nutrition of mothers, newborns and children.  Read more.


Investing In Next Generation Development Workers:

Global Health Fellows

World Vision is partnering with a consortium of universities around the globe in an exciting Global Health Fellows Programme (GHFP). This venture, which includes universities in developing countries, recruits Master-level Fellows to support our global Maternal and Child Health and Nutrition (MCHN) work.  For twelve weeks, Health Fellows will be matched according to their skill sets to World Vision offices implementing our health strategies.  Read More.