article / March 20, 2023
Putting Needs Before Wants: How Financial Literacy Changed Jane's Life and that of her family
Jane Hangoba's life was a constant struggle. Despite her hard work, she and her family couldn't make ends meet. "Money to buy food to feed my family was something my husband and I couldn't manage," she recalls. Desperate for money, Jane resorted to getting Kaloba loans with high-interest rates. But things only got worse.
press_release / March 21, 2023
World Vision Zambia calls for Gender Inclusive financial literacy Training
As Zambia joins the rest of the world in commemorating Financial Literacy Week, which runs from 21st March to 27th March under the theme "Plan Your Money, Plant Your Future," World Vision Zambia is deeply concerned about the poor financial literacy amongst women and men in rural areas which is limiting inclusive growth, financial resilience, and gender equality outcomes. World Vision Zambia has therefore called for gender-inclusive financial literacy training and interventions from all stakeholders so that women and men are sufficiently financially literate to participate effectively in economic activities. This will also help them take appropriate financial decisions to improve household resilience and child well-being in line with the 2019-2024 National Strategy on Financial Education for Zambia.
opinion / March 27, 2023
School meals are life-changing, but not as easy as ABC
Encouraged by WFP's State of School Feeding Worldwide 2022 report Charlotte Masiello-Riome cautions against the world giving itself a passing grade.
press_release / March 28, 2023
World Vision promotes reading
Read Louder: Enhance children's literacy in Cambodia
publication / February 28, 2023
Education Technical Programme Factsheet
Promoting education for all children is one of the three main strategic priorities of World Vision International in Cambodia
article / March 31, 2023
What decades of conflict means for the children of Myanmar
The long-running conflict in this corner of South East Asia pops up occasionally in the news, but for the children living in Myanmar, it’s a daily reality that’s shaping their future. These 5 key numbers give a snapshot of what’s happening in Myanmar and how child sponsors are a lifeline to hope.
article / March 31, 2023
The Knock-On Effect: The Disasters and Triumphs of a Global World
It’s a small world, after all. And while there are many benefits to the interconnected world we live in, there are also costs to the economic, social and myriad of other linkages that tie our futures and fortunes together.
article / March 3, 2023
Enhancing children’s literacy through Community participation
World Vision International, Rwanda in partnership with other consortium members including; Imbuto Foundation, Humanity, and Inclusion, and the Government of Rwanda through USAID’s funded Uburezi Iwacu Activity is working to improve through increasing community engagement to pave a bright future for all children.