No organization can tackle poverty and injustice alone. We are privileged to work with likeminded partners in our goal to improve the lives of children in Kenya.
We work with partners of all sizes and in many ways to help build a better world for vulnerable children, their families and their communities. We are grateful for their support. We can't do it alone!
Impact of Our Partnerships
Project Management Plus (PM+)
Thanks to our partnership with Grand Challenges Canada, the Canadian government, the World Bank, Well Springs Advisors and the Ministry of Health in Kenya, our teams have been able to train1,500 Community Health Volunteers on World Health Organisation’s (WHO) low-cost model for managing mental health conditions, known as Problem Management Plus (PM+). Read this story to learn how this training has helped more than 6,000 people like Rehab.
Integrated Fish Farming and Horticulture
Through aquaculture, communities in Kenya's Homa Bay County have found a solution to the dwindling fish populations in Lake Victoria. They now harvest sufficient fish from fishponds, which gives them a good profit. This initiative is supported by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Co-operation and Development (BMZ), through the Integrated Fish Farming and Horticulture Project, being implemented by World Vision in Kenya.
My FGM Story: Walking in the Shoes of a Survivor
See how World Vision's partnership with UNICEF is helping to bring Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) to an end in Kenya and helping those who survived the practice.
Tackling Invasive Opuntia Plant to Boost Livestock Farming
Watch this video to see how World Vision staff in Kenya are partnering with the Government of Sweeden to help farmers overcome the invasive Opuntia plant and boost livestock farming.
See the impact of the PM+ programme and it's efforts to train existing community health workforce to address mental health care needs is the most...