Children growing up in a safe and protected environment free from violence, neglect, abuse and exploitation has a key priority across all programs. By promoting awareness on Child Rights and Protection and building capacity of children, youth, parents and caregivers, World Vision makes sure that children can live their life to the fullest. World Vision continues to help Human Trafficking survivors, former Child Soldiers and street children reintegrate with their families and communities.
Achievements in 2021
39,485 people including 35,234 children and youth received child protection and child rights awareness.
656 community-based child protection groups with 6,982 members and 638 child and youth groups with 15,103 members formed.
57 trafficked survivors received psychosocial and livelihood support.
2,744 children enrolled and attended child friendly spaces.
4,626 street children and their families received meals, clothes, emergency healthcare and life skills awareness.
20 children participated in regional/global children platform on ending violence against children, and mental health.
58 children and youth attended regional webinar titled “Too Young to Marry”.