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Join our vision for children's education

With access to a quality education, children become lifelong learners, transform their communities, protect themselves from violence, and experience life in all its fullness. We work with communities and local governments to address the barriers to a quality education for all children. Empowering parents and teachers with the tools and training they need gives children the opportunity to shine.

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1.9 Million

provided with educational support or training

3.4 Million

reached with educational support materials

A world with education for all

We are making progress. In Armenia, we've strengthened parents' ability to better fulfill their role as first teachers and first protectors to their infants. Teachers in Malawi have been trained to help children attain basic literacy skills. We’ve set up reading clubs so kids can practice reading outside the classroom, and made millions of books available in languages where previously no children's books existed. In Zimbabwe, we worked with churches and communities to remove the cultural barriers that prevented girls from remaining in school. 

But there’s more to be done. All children have the right to a safe, inclusive and quality education. We want all children to be educated for life, in a safe and nurturing environment, in order to lead productive and fulfilling lives.

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World Teachers Day

5 October is World Teachers' Day  which was established in 1994! World Teachers' Day aims to focus on "appreciating, assessing and improving the educators of the world". 

Together with schools, communities and ministries of education around the globe, World Vision helps to train teachers in good teaching methods so that children are better able to learn in the classroom; empowering communities and families to take ownership of their children's development.

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We believe education starts on day one

Featured Project

Eighty per cent of brain development happens in the first three years of life, and 90 per cent is complete by age five. It’s vital that parents are given sound information and support to help nurture and protect infants, toddlers and pre-school aged children to see them reach their full potential....

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WV Provided children, parents and caregivers with education support or training during COVID-19 pandemic
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Unlock Literacy

Learning to read in the first years of primary school is critical for retention and success in future grades. Unlock Literacy focuses on building foundational learning and core reading skills.