article / March 7, 2023
World Vision Zambia’s Female Civil Engineer Inspiring Girls to Take Up Challenging Careers
Eunice Zimba is World Vision Zambia’s only female civil engineer, a thing she does not take for granted. She joined the organisation in December 2021 and has been part of several projects, including the new World Vision Zambia office complex currently under construction.
publication / May 31, 2023
Empowered Through Faith
To build evidence to support the ongoing impact of Faith and Development (F&D) interventions as part of integrated programming in the Middle East and Eastern Europe, World Vision undertook unique and timely research to explore to what extent F&D evidence-based models and associated activities influence core well-being outcomes in girls and boys, such as life skills and resilience, as well as parenting skills in caregivers.
article / May 30, 2023
All grown up: Sponsored girls who are now changing the world
Karen in Ecuador is fighting patriarchy; Thu Thu in Myanmar is ensuring future generations of girls get educated; Thu’ong in Vietnam is raising the bar of parenting and Artjola speaking up for girls in rural areas of Albania. These are just four stories of what happens to girls when they are sponsored.
article / May 11, 2023
From computer engineer to car mechanic, a Ukranian’s journey to secure his family in Moldova
As part of World Vision’s cash assistance program supported by the World Food Programme (WFP), and the local authorities, Yuri receives monthly assistance. Thousands of Moldovan hosts like Yuri can provide a safe place to live for Ukrainians.
article / May 24, 2023
Q&A with Lahoo, a changemaker from Thailand
For over 5 years, Lahoo has been advocating to end violence against children in Thailand. Having experienced neglect as a child, he strives to ensure vulnerable children can enjoy full lives where their rights are upheld.
article / April 28, 2023
Sharing meals and stories open engaging psychosocial support for Ukrainian mothers in Romania
Through the support of Australian Humanitarian Partnership (AHP), World Vision host Women’s Brunch twice a month to support the mothers with psychosocial activities as they rebuild their lives in Romania.
publication / April 27, 2023
Technical Brief: Decolonising WASH Research
Growing public awareness of unjust systems has led to calls for anti-colonialist and anti-racist initiatives within development. World Vision seeks to put principles of decolonisation into practice by addressing the inequities, power structures and dynamics, and colonial mindsets that influence research in development contexts. This effort began with a project investigating inequalities in the WASH sector by centring the experiences of low- and middle- income country (LMIC) researchers, examining the root causes of inequality, and exploring feasible strategies for moving toward a more equitable future. The primary objective of this work was to build an anonymised, synthesised base of evidence from which future research, guidance, and initiatives that support LMIC research could be built, ensuring that contributions from LMIC researchers are not marginalised, but centred.