Since 2010, World Vision has applied a measurement framework of broad child well-being aspirations, each with a set of outcomes, and with four global child well-being targets that reflect priorities from both our national and regional strategies. Specifically, the targets are
- Target 1: Children report an increased level of well-being (12–18 years)
- Target 2: Increase in children protected from infection and disease (0–5 years)
- Target 3: Increase in children who are well nourished (0–5 years)
- Target 4: Increase in children who can read (by age 11 or end of primary schooling)
This infographic provides an overview of some of the highlights of the 2015 Child Well-being Summary Report for Target 4: Increase in children who can read (by age 11 or end of primary schooling).