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2017 Annual Report - Strong Women Strong World

[fa icon="calendar'] Aug 15, 2018 6:55:11 PM / by World Vision Staff posted in Resources, Women and Girls, Reports, 2017 Annual Reports

fy17_SWSWThank you for your commitment to empowering millions of women and girls. You are helping to ensure they have opportunities to reach their potential and build healthier families and communities. Your support of a full range of interventions—from water, food, health, and education to economic development and child protection—allows communities to work toward solutions, improved lives, and renewed hope.


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2017 Annual Report - Empowering Women and Girls

[fa icon="calendar'] Aug 15, 2018 5:22:54 PM / by World Vision Staff posted in Resources, Women and Girls, Reports, 2017 Annual Reports

fy17_WGMore than 60 percent of people living in extreme poverty are women and girls. World Vision is responding in many of the communities where women and girls struggle the most. Solving the puzzle of poverty requires a full plan and a full range of services—water, food, health, education, economic opportunities, and child protection— in partnership with faith leaders who promote gender equality. Through signature initiatives in these areas, with your partnership, much progress occurred between October 2016 and September 2017.


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2017 Annual Report - Nyamagabe Water and Economic Empowerment

[fa icon="calendar'] Apr 5, 2018 11:32:32 AM / by World Vision Staff posted in Economic Empowerment, Water, Resources, THRIVE, Reports, 2017 Annual Reports, Rwanda, Nyamagabe

Nyamagabe Water and EE ReportProgress Report: Fiscal Year 2017 (October 2016 to September 2017)

Thank you for your generous support of the Improved Incomes and Clean Water program that is helping to meet the needs of 22,500 people in Nyamagabe.

Nyamagabe is one of eight World Vision area programs (APs) that are covered by Rwanda THRIVE (Transforming Household Resilience in Vulnerable Environments), our signature economic empowerment program in Rwanda. In addition to improving incomes, this program will provide clean water access to 5,500 households.


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Education Signature Initiative Overview

[fa icon="calendar'] Feb 16, 2018 11:07:51 PM / by World Vision Staff posted in Education, Resources

si_ed.jpgThrough the Education Signature Initiative, World Vision commits to improve learning outcomes through award-winning principles and practices for 1.5 million children—including those in fragile contexts and emergency settings.

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Christian Discipleship Signature Initiative Overview

[fa icon="calendar'] Feb 16, 2018 8:54:34 PM / by World Vision Staff posted in Christian Discipleship, Resources

Christian DiscipleshipIn too many impoverished communities, cultural norms in parenting aren’t built around the transformative love of Christ, and churches don’t focus on kids—or aren’t equipped to teach them in ways they can understand. World Vision has been working with parents and churches for decades—providing training, resources, and support that help children learn and grow in their relationship with Jesus.

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Women and Water Management

[fa icon="calendar'] Feb 16, 2018 5:02:36 PM / by World Vision Staff posted in Water, Resources, UNC

unc_women.jpgThe lack of sustainability of community-managed drinking water systems is a major concern in low- and middle-income countries. While water system breakdown is inevitable, some water systems continue to be rehabilitated and provide water for decades while others fail permanently shortly after implementation. Previous studies have shown that water committees and fee collection are critical to sustainability (Fisher 2015, Foster 2013). This study examined successful water systems to identify processes for sustainability. 

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World Vision and The Water Institute at UNC: Collaboration

[fa icon="calendar'] Feb 16, 2018 4:45:00 PM / by World Vision Staff posted in Water, Resources, UNC

wv_unc.jpgThe Water Institute at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill (UNCCH) and World Vision have established an innovative partnership to improve water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) interventions in low- and middle-income countries with the ultimate goal of helping solve the global water and sanitation crisis by 2030, in support of our shared belief that every child deserves clean water. 

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2017 Annual Report - Christian Discipleship

[fa icon="calendar'] Jan 28, 2018 8:43:32 PM / by World Vision Staff posted in Christian Discipleship, Resources, Reports, 2017 Annual Reports

Christian Discipleship ReportThe Spirit of God is moving, bringing new life into local church ministries. Thank you for partnering in this work that God has entrusted to us. 420,128 people benefited from ministry activities in fiscal year 2017. Your partnership with World Vision makes this all possible. Thank you for your commitment to sharing the gospel throughout the world.


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2017 Annual Report - Water

[fa icon="calendar'] Jan 28, 2018 8:38:36 PM / by World Vision Staff posted in Water, Resources, Reports, 2017 Annual Reports

Water ReportIn fiscal year 2017, we helped provide access to clean water for 3.2 million people, improved sanitation facilities for 3.3 million people, and improved hygiene practices for 3.9 million people. We thank God for the progress we have been able to make over the past several years, and we pray diligently for His continued guidance as we press on toward the future.


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2017 Annual Report - Water (Africa)

[fa icon="calendar'] Jan 28, 2018 8:34:16 PM / by World Vision Staff posted in Water, Resources, Africa, Reports, 2017 Annual Reports

Africa WASH ReportProgress Report: Fiscal Year 2017 (October 2016 to September 2017)

2.6 million people in Africa were provided with access to clean drinking water in fiscal year 2017. In addition to providing clean water, the program reached 2.1 million sanitation beneficiaries and 3.3 million hygiene beneficiaries during the year. Let us rejoice together in thanking God for what He has accomplished through the Africa WASH Program.


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