12.5 million people benefited from work World Vision U.S. donors like you helped support since these projects began. Thank you for giving generously to transform the lives of children and families in need.
The Christian Discipleship Program’s training is having a transformative effect on how churches, schools, and communities create loving environments for children and youth to grow and thrive.
2,053,929 people benefited from ministry activities since October 2015, including 196,581 during the first half of FY19. This includes parents/caregivers, children, and community members benefiting directly and indirectly.
The Global Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH) Program remains on track to reach 20 million people with clean water by 2020. In the first half of FY19 alone, we reached 1.2 million people with clean drinking water, more than 1 million children and adults with improved latrines, and 1.6 million individuals with hygiene education to help prevent the spread of WASH related diseases and even death.
We are thankful for what God has accomplished through our partnership over the first half of fiscal year 2019. Because of your care and support, the Africa WASH Program continued efforts in schools, communities, and health facilities, helping vulnerable children and families to become healthier and stronger.
9 million people have been provided with access to clean drinking water since October 2015, including 652,829 people during the first half of FY19.
Our Mother and Child Health projects are bringing true change and exciting results. This wouldn’t be happening without your faithful support. World Vision joins thousands of families in thanking you.
826,788 women and young children were provided with access to maternal and child health and nutrition services since the project began in FY16. This includes 255,289 in the first half of FY19, 176,643 of whom are children younger than 5.
THRIVE (Transforming Household Resilience in Vulnerable Environments) continues to deliver results as one of the building blocks of World Vision’s global livelihoods strategy and economic empowerment work.
1.1 million people were provided with access to economic empowerment activities since the program began in FY16 with 71,490 in FY19.
The Women’s Empowerment Fund aims to build the resilience of women and their families, improve gender equality, and support the development of livelihoods by increasing access to and quality of financial services to vulnerable women.
Thank you for investing in the futures of vulnerable children. Their lives are changed through your belief in a better world for them and your generosity.
2,322,197 people, including 1,060,168 children, have benefited from our Child Protection projects since they began. In FY19, 396,282 new people benefited. These numbers include beneficiaries from projects not featured in this report or that have already closed.
Around the world, children are robbed of an education because of war, violence, poverty, natural disasters, lack of family support, and more. Our projects in Nepal, Syria (Jordan and Lebanon), and Zambia serve as “bridges” for vulnerable children to cross over and begin or continue their education to enhance the quality of their lives.
17,856 people, including 8,831 children, have benefited from our Education projects since they began in October 2016. In FY19, 4,464 new people benefited.
Thanks to your generosity, we are celebrating achievements from the first half of fiscal year 2019 (October 2018 to March 2019). During this period, donors in the U.S. enabled World Vision to help 352,702 people through the Global Emergency Response Fund, bringing the total number of people reached with U.S. donor support to nearly 2.5 million since FY16.