World Vision and Agrepredict launch mobile Application to help farmers access early warning and weather information
In Partnership with AgriPredict and National Technology Business Centre Solutions, World Vision Zambia, through the Ministry of Science and Technology, has officially launched the AgriPredict mobile application that will go towards helping farmers get timely information on weather, crops and market linkages for farmers.
World Vision Zambia receives a donation of 11 Biogas Digesters to help fight Deforestation
World Vision Zambia remains committed to supporting communities in providing sustainable livelihood solutions by promoting green, renewable and clean energy usage at the community level. Acting National Director, Wezi Kaira, said this at the World Vision Zambia Warehouse in Lusaka when he received a donation of 11 biogas digesters and accessories worth K198,000 ($12,347 USD) from Brohks Enterprises Limited.
World Vision and Save the Children launch Pfizer project to boast vaccine uptake in Zambia
World Vision Zambia and Save the Children have joined forces to launch a new Pfizer International Non-Governmental Organization (INGO) collaboration project, which will be implemented in five districts in Southern Province aimed at increasing COVID -19 vaccination coverage and vaccine acceptance.
Farming God's way model helping farmers thrive in Zambia's Katete District
Samuel Banda is a young farmer who was surprised to see his field not produce much due to poor rainfall yet his uncle’s field next door produced a bumper harvest in the same 2018-2019 farming season.
He even suspected his uncle, Joseph Banda, of practising witchcraft and watering his crops at night using his nieces and nephews including Samuel.
World Vision supports learners with disabilities in Zambia to overcome learning hurdles
Taonga, a Grade 4 student at Soyo Primary School in Lumezi District, staggers forward uncomfortably towards Dr. Phiri to get on the classroom table which has been temporally turned into a medical examination table. The doctor rushes forward to give assistance to the young girl seeing she is having difficulties walking.
President Hakainde Hichilema commends World Vision’s work
The President of the Republic of Zambia, His Excellency Mr. Hakainde Hichilema has commended the work being done by World Vision in Zambia to empower vulnerable communities to overcome poverty. Speaking when he toured a World Vision exhibition stand in Monze in Katimba ward after officiating at the Climate-Smart agriculture and early drought intervention event, the head of state said he was aware of the work the organisation was doing to empower farmers to better their lives.
World Vision wins Project Zero 2022 Disability Award
World Vision's Zambia office has been recognised for its innovative solutions that support the rights and lives of persons with disabilities at the ZeroCon 2022 Awards ceremony held in Austria.
Currently, World Vision is the second-largest provider of clean water in Zambia, after the Government.
World Vision began working in Zambia in 1981 with three small community developments projects in northern Lusaka.
Today, our teams work in 43 districts in nine provinces of Zambia, complementing the Government’s efforts to reach vulnerable children and communities in the country.
Through Area Programmes, World Vision’s interventions have addressed issues of food insecurity, primarily through agriculture, water and sanitation, education, health, infrastructure development, livelihood and child protection in the process of transforming the lives of vulnerable children, women and families.
Improving the well-being and the futures of children continues to be the focus of everything we do.
About World Vision Zambia
Children are at the heart of our work. In Zambia, we serve the most vulnerable children and communities. Currently, our work is themed around five key areas as outlined in the 2016-2020 strategy. These are Literacy, Maternal and Child Health, child protection and spiritual nature, resilient Livelihood, and Water, Sanitation and Hygiene.
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Isolated in unsafe homes, sent to work or pushed into early marriage, millions of boys and girls could be facing physical, emotional and sexual abuse as result of the pandemic.
Many children are already suffering and helplines are being overwhelmed with calls.
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Improving literacy skills
Mukonda with his family- He has four children whom he encourages to read through the reading corner; his wife has also taken up reading through this initiative. Reading corners, like this one, provide a fun, safe environment for children to explore reading and writing.
Children Grow in Faith
Martha Muntimbili a community volunteer, leads a Good News club for children from grades 1 through 4, enabling them to hear the Word of God.
In 2018, 2,038 girls and 1,891 boys were reached through Scripture Union clubs, Good News clubs, Sunday/Sabbath schools and home Bible studies by faith leaders.
Lucas Munankwenka, 56, and his wife Josephine, 48, show off the chickens they own thanks to World Vision. World Vision trains communities in sustainable, resilient ways to increase their incomes and invest in their communities.
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A girl child who is protected, loved and cared for, grows up to be a woman who can build a strong community and nation.