article / March 27, 2023
World Vision Zambia presents Best Photo Journalist award at REA awards
World Vision Zambia and the Rural Electrification Authority (REA) partnership shone through at the recently held 2022 REA Media Awards, where World Vision Zambia was honoured to participate. Mercy Chabu Ngoma, World Vision Zambia Acting Integrated Programs Director,, was invited to present the Best Photo Journalist award. Chusa Sichone from Times of Zambia walked away with the prize.
article / March 29, 2023
Investing in child activism
Learning from children and young people’s actions to stop child marriage
article / March 29, 2023
World Vision Donates Medical Supplies to Zambia's Ministry of Health worth $1,000,000 USD
World Vision Zambia has donated three 20-foot containers of medical supplies to Zambia's Ministry of Health. The supplies include 25 Electro Cardiogram Machines (ECG), Anesthesia Breathing Circuits, 300 Infrared Thermometers, 5,800 Covid-19 Testing Kits, Hospital Surgical Gowns, and Medical Gloves, among others. Speaking during the donation ceremony, World Vision's National Director, Mr. John Hasse, stated that the organization is aware of Zambia’s progress in reducing child mortality. However, challenges remain in the areas of maternal and neonatal mortality.
video / March 21, 2023
World Vision in Health Grid providing WASH
In Sierra Leone, World Vision is part of a consortium working on a Health Grid project providing the Water Sanitation and Hygiene components (WASH).
article / March 21, 2023
New World Vision Zambia Study published in Panafrican Medical Journal Examines Factors Impacting Health Care Seeking for Under Five Children in Zambia
A recent study done by World Vision Zambia has shed light on the factors impacting health care-seeking behaviour for acute respiratory infections (ARI) and fever among children under five in Zambia. The study, which was published in the Panafrican Medical Journal, aimed to identify the predictors of appropriate care seeking for ARI and fever in order to help policymakers improve health outcomes for children in the country.
article / March 30, 2023
World Vision promotes good hygiene and proper sanitation to tackle cholera outbreaks
What you need to know about Cholera outbreak in Kenya. What causes it, prevention measures and World Vision intervention which includes supporting partners in promotion of vaccine uptake. 1.8 million people have been vaccinated as at february 2023
press_release / March 28, 2023
World Vision promotes reading
Read Louder: Enhance children's literacy in Cambodia
article / March 25, 2023
Displaced Ukrainians see huge need for mental health and psychosocial support
The mental health and psychological support activities that HealthRight and World Vision provide were made possible through the generous support of ACTED, USAID’s Bureau of Humanitarian Assistance (BHA) and Ukraine Response Consortium.
article / March 31, 2023
World Vision Zambia Creates Spaces for Children to Engage with Service Providers
World Vision Zambia recently hosted a symposium for over 150 children from rural areas in Mungwi and Kasama, including children living with disabilities, to amplify their voices and views on child wellbeing during the 2023 commemoration of the International Children’s Day of Broadcasting (ICBD) on March 5th, 2023. Under the theme "Invest in us, protect us, we are the future”.