The 2014 Child Well-being Report is a major milestone for World Vision. It offers insight into some of World Vision’s successful programme models for achieving results in each of our four target areas, and reflects on challenges and priorities for meeting goals of protection, health, nutrition and education in the future. It also examines our work in disaster management and emerging evidence of the sustainability of the impact of our programming.
Highlights from 2014
- 1.25 million adolescents directly benefitted from World Vision's programming
- More than 3 million long-lasting insecticide-treated mosquitoe nets were distributed with support from the Global Fund for AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria
- 181,455 acutely malnourished children under 5 were rehabilitated in World Vision country-based programmes
- 129, 610 children attended after-school reading camps