opinion / November 23, 2021
Three reasons a children's charity tackles violence against women
Abigail shares three ways intimate partner violence against women impacts child well-being and what World Vision is doing to address it.
publication / November 17, 2021
Empowered Women, Empowered Children: Middle Eastern Fragile States
Achieving child well-being outcomes remains a global challenge due to the prevalence of child vulnerability, particularly in fragile countries. Childhood is a critical period in human development, which affects social and economic life achievements in adulthood.
press_release / June 7, 2016
World Vision releases 2015 data-set that shows fundamental problems for the country’s poorest and most vulnerable children
Tirana, June 7th, 2016 - Data from World Vision’s Child Well-being Report shows nearly three quarters of poor and vulnerable children report seeing child abuse or violence but that less than 15% feel able to tell anyone about it.
publication / May 14, 2019
Lesotho: Strengthening Government Efforts | It takes partnerships Case Study
Globally, violence affects half of the world’s children and costs the global community up to US$7 trillion a year, or roughly 8% of g
publication / May 24, 2016
World Vision in the Middle East, Eastern Europe, Caucasus and Southern Asia
This document provides an overview or World Vision's work in the region.
publication / April 19, 2022
Equality and Empowerment, Critical Pathways to Child wellbeing
In 2020, World Vision identified a need to better understand how gender equality and women’s empowerment link to child well-being.
publication / December 16, 2015
The Y-Empower model is an evidence-based practice that transforms youth, both boys and girls, into active and empowered citizens of their communities and society.The results of the Y-Empower model demonstrate that building the capacity of local youth for civic activism also transforms adults?percept
publication / October 11, 2021
Empowered Women Empowered Children
This research explores women empowerment and children well-being factors in Armenia and looks at how women’s socio-demographic factors and empowerment components are associated with children’s well-being.
publication / May 12, 2014
Balanced Budget; Unbalanced Effects: Serbia's good intentions to save money are paid for by its most vulnerable citizens
Sustainability of services for Serbia’s most vulnerable groups (families living in poverty, the elderly, victims of violence and exploitation and children with disabilities) is one of the biggest social protection reform challenges facing the country.