The Technical Briefs aim to share knowledge of the work World Vision teams are implementing across Zambia and to provide evidence of how our programming improve the lives for the most vulnerable children, families and communities in our operational areas through World Vision Zambia’s key thematic areas: Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH), Child Protection, Education, Resilience and Livelihood and Health.
Amplifying the Voices of the Children: World Vision's Role in Changing the Narrative of Inclusive Child Participation
Enhancing Teacher’s Pedagogical Skills through the Zambian Education School-Based Training (ZEST) Project in Selected Schools of Central Province in...
Transformative Learning Experience through Farmer Field Schools for Beans Farms in Zambia
Infection Prevention Control (IPC) in Health Care Facilities in the COVID -19 Era through Enhanced Wash Facilities
Enhancing Education Outcomes through Social Accountability of Duty Bearer by Community Members
Faith Leaders: Catalysts of Child Protection Programmes of World Vision Zambia.
The Role of World Vision in Ending Child Marriage in Zambia: Gaps and Opportunities
WASH for Menstrual Hygiene Management (MHM) is a fundamental priority and can foster girls' comfort and self-confidence during menstruation.
Improving Maternal, Newborn and Child Health Outcomes through Capacity Support to Community Structures.
This Technical Brief provides an insight into activities traditional leaders are implementing in their chiefdoms to end child marriages.
In 2019, World Vision Zambia launched an initiative called 'Chosen'. As opposed to having donor sponsors choosing children to be sponsored, under...
This Technical Brief highlights the benefits of integrating livelihood activities to improve the well-being of children and young people in Zambia. It...
The World Vision Zambia Reading for Education and Development Technical Programme implements an innovative, evidence-based model called Unlock...
This technical paper discusses the learnings of a groundnut OGS in a tripartite arrangement. World Vision Zambia initiated a tripartite joint venture...