article / April 1, 2023
Women inclusion in World Vision's Dzud anticipatory action initiatives
Narantsetseg, 37, and Bayartsetseg, 29, were two of the women unhesitantly participating in developing the anticipatory action protocol for Dzud to protect people based on early warnings.
article / March 30, 2023
Building stronger humanitarian programs in Moldova: World Vision trains local partners on monitoring, evaluation, accountability and learning
Education, mental health and psychosocial support (MHPSS), cash and vouchers, food security, and protection programs were provided to Ukrainian refugees and host communities.
article / January 24, 2023
19-year-old community leader reaffirms her desire to bring change in her community through Citizen Voice Action
Clara travelled to Morocco to share best practices in Citizen Voice and Action (CVA)
article / March 6, 2023
60 children from Namwala district receive journalism and advocacy skills from World Vision Zambia
World Vision in Zambia uses Communications for Development (C4D), which enables community members to tell their own stories happening in their communities. It is a form of citizen journalism that expresses the needs and successes that are taking place and is told by the dwellers of the very community. Trained journalists train the community members in story-telling abilities to enable them to have basic skills to write stories that create awareness, understanding and trust for impact and influence.
article / March 31, 2023
Leading the Way: 11 Young Leaders Taking a Stand to Protect Children
Every year, more than one billion children – or half of the world’s children – experience some form of violence. It’s well-established that violence has a profound effect on children: it compromises a child’s mental and social development, hampers educational outcomes and reduces opportunities for gainful employment.
publication / March 21, 2023
Catch-Up Programme: Action Learning Report
Catch Up Programme Action Learning Report World Vision Education
publication / November 28, 2022
Practice Notes: Citizen Voice and Action for Disability
Citizen Voice and Action for Disability Practice Notes
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 28, 2023
Gender equality promoted by teenage boys in refugee settlements.
World Vision is engaging teenage refugee boys in Uganda’s northern district of Adjumani to promote gender equality through Male Action Groups (MAGs). These groups in Maaji and Mungula refugee settlements consist of 15 young boys each. The refugee community values boys more than they do girls and this is the major challenge they seek to address.
article / March 29, 2023
Investing in child activism
Learning from children and young people’s actions to stop child marriage