publication / June 7, 2023
Improving the Food Nutrition Security and Resilience of Vulnerable Farming Households (IFNSR)
Improving the Food Nutrition Security and Resilience of Vulnerable Farming Households (IFNSR) is a food and nutrition security project funded by the Germany Federal Minsitry of Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) and co-financing from World Vision Germany.
press_release / May 29, 2023
Strengthening Disaster Risk Reduction in Schools in Area C of the West Bank
Disaster Risk Reduction and preparedness are critical to protect children in case of emergencies, violence or pandemics. World Vision recently held seven training workshops aiming at strengthening the capacities of 50 schools in area C of the West Bank to prepare for and respond to disasters.
press_release / June 7, 2023
Concerns over child malnutrition
World Vision International in Cambodia and Plan International Cambodia (PIC) voiced concerns about the lack of nutrition for children in some provinces who are underweight, stunted and emaciated.
publication / May 31, 2023
Annual Report 2022
Together with our partners, World Vision International in Cambodia has positively reached the lives of more than 1.3 million children in Cambodia, including 876,700 most vulnerable in 2022.
publication / May 31, 2023
World Vision International Burundi Annual Report 2022
During the past year, through providing support in food, water, health care, and education sectors, we were able to reach 1,566,577 children through our 22 long term area programs and grant funded projects. This report covers our work and impact from October 1, 2021 to September 30, 2022. Our appreciation goes to all who contributed in one way or another to make us reach children and communities who were in need.
article / May 3, 2023
17 Community Health Workers awarded during the World Malaria Day
Malaria remains one of Zambia's leading causes of illness and death. World Vision Zambia is working with the Ministry of Health, Rotary International and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation to deliver zero malaria by investing in prevention and control strategies in Central Province. Strategies include; the training, equipping and deploying 2500 community health workers in various ten districts of Central and Muchinga provinces.
opinion / April 24, 2023
Communities play a key role in eliminating malaria
On World Malaria Day Christopher Wachira Wanjue warns that ignoring the insights of local people risks increases in malaria cases in years to come.
article / May 14, 2023
Improved Feeding Project Boosts Child Health and Nutrition in 70 communities across 3 Regions of Ghana
Some rural communities in the Kassena-Nankana West, Kintampo South, and Sekyere East Districts have used indigenous agricultural practices for decades to produce a wide range of high-quality food such as maize, millet, cassava, pepper, tomatoes, and plantains. These have helped sustain household food security and livelihoods for decades.
article / April 24, 2023
Breaking Barriers: How Community Health Workers Are Fighting Malaria in Zambia
Phales Mulinda had seen the devastating effects of Malaria in her community. She knew the distance between her village and the nearest health facility was a huge obstacle for people seeking medical attention.