publication / June 5, 2023
WASH in Healthcare Facilities Capacity Statement
Summary of World Vision's work in water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) in healthcare facilities globally.
publication / June 2, 2023
Partnerships in Action: Driving Progress in Menstrual Hygiene Advocacy
Menstrual hygiene is not just a women's issue; it is a matter that concerns society as a whole. It is a reflection of our commitment to gender equality, human rights, and overall well-being. Today, we take a moment to reflect on the progress we have made through collaborative efforts, and to reaffirm our commitment to advancing menstrual hygiene in our nation - Mr. James Chifwelu, WVIL National Director
page / June 7, 2023
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opinion / May 22, 2023
Insights from bringing water, sanitation and hygiene to 2000 clinics and hospitals
Maryanne Herrick considers lessons learned from five years of implementing water, sanitation and hygiene programming in health centres around the world.
press_release / June 2, 2023
World Vision International in Cambodia Reaches 1.3 Million Children In 14 Provinces and Phnom Penh
In 2022, World Vision International in Cambodia (WVI-C) worked closely with Local Authorities, partners and communities to support the Royal Government of Cambodia's COVID-19 recovery efforts - focusing on the most vulnerable children, youth and their families. Throughout the year, WVI-C positively impacted more than 4.5 million people, including 1.3 million children, across 14 Provinces and urban Phnom Penh.
article / June 5, 2023
10 Facts about Water
Water – it’s thirst-quenching, clean-making, germ-fighting and essential for every process in our human body. But when it is in short supply, every day is a fight for survival. Here are 10 facts about water that will make you look at the miracle of turning on the tap in a whole new way!
article / May 22, 2023
WASH Committees Setting Examples for Sustaining Water Infrastructures
Access to clean water is a milestone in rural Mozambique where communities must walk long distances to find this vital resource to secure daily needs. World Vision-Moçambique, through Educating Children Together – Phase III (ECT-3) project, implemented in the districts of Muecate and Nacarôa, in Nampula province, has managed to provide safe water to 160 schools in both districts.
article / June 2, 2023
Water is the life
Through the previous phases of this program, WV Mali has completed, as of September 30, 2020, 2,480 improved water points including 1,895 new boreholes equipped with manual pumps, 370 rehabilitated hand pumps and 700 standpipes from solar mechanized systems
press_release / June 2, 2023
Menstrual Hygiene Day Celebration with Her Majesty Queen ‘Masenate Mohato Seeiso
World Vision International Lesotho (WVIL) is proud to announce the commemoration of Menstrual Hygiene Day at Pitseng Primary School in Mapiko Cluster. The event will be graced by the presence of the esteemed WVIL child protection champion, Her Majesty Queen 'Masenate Mohato Seeiso. This momentous occasion aims to raise awareness on menstrual hygiene and advocate for the rights and well-being of girls in school