World Vision launches its new five-year strategy, targeting 2.1 million children in Sudan
World Vision has today launched its new five-year strategy, to reach an estimated 2.1 million of Sudan’s most vulnerable children across Blue Nile, South Kordofan, South and East Darfur states.
The strategy prioritises food security and livelihoods, water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH), and health and nutrition programmes as the means to directly impact children and their communities. This strategy also prioritises child protection, throughout its implementation. World Vision will continue with its programmes in the four states it currently operates in, but deepen operations into areas now accessible, that were previously not.
We remain optimistic about the promising new possibilities for children. Our strategy therefore reflects our commitment to continue pursuing our vision for every child; life in all its fullness.
– Emmanuel Isch (World Vision Sudan Country Director)
To learn more, click here to read our strategy.