Stamping Out and Preventing Gender Based Violence (STOP GBV) in Zambia

[fa icon="calendar'] Nov 15, 2016 3:51:07 PM / by World Vision Staff posted in Resources, Zambia, Women and Girls, USAID

Preventing Gender Based Violence in ZambiaGender-Based Violence: Survivor Support (GBVSS) is our USAID- and DFID-funded project that aims to strengthen the prevention of and response to GBV in Zambia.

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Preventing Trafficking in Persons Through Sustainable Livelihood Recovery project

[fa icon="calendar'] Apr 1, 2016 4:50:58 PM / by World Vision Staff posted in Child Protection, Economic Empowerment, USAID, Resources, Philippines

trafficking.jpgThe final evaluation for the USAID-funded Preventing Trafficking in Persons through Sustainable Livelihood Recovery project in the Philippines found positive impact. 

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Case study: Sak Plen REP (Full Sack Resiliency Enhancement Program)

[fa icon="calendar'] Apr 1, 2016 2:35:21 PM / by World Vision Staff posted in USAID, Haiti, Health, Resources

SAK.jpgThe USAID-funded Food and Nutrition Technical Assistance Project highlighted our USAID-funded project in Haiti as a successful example of integrating family planning into a large-scale food security project. 

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Lessons from two Child Survival and Health Grants Program projects on integrated Community Case Management (iCCM)

[fa icon="calendar'] Apr 1, 2016 2:20:21 PM / by World Vision Staff posted in USAID, Health, Resources, South Sudan

sudan.jpgUSAID recently published a collection of knowledge products from its Child Survival and Health grants, which include an operations research brief and one learning product from World Vision programs funded by USAID.  World Vision tested an innovative supervision program for community health workers using the integrated Community Case Management approach to treating childhood illnesses in a timely manner in South Sudan. 

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Mobile technology strengthens behavior change communication and referrals by Community Health Workers for maternal, newborn, and child health in rural Afghanistan

[fa icon="calendar'] Apr 1, 2016 2:17:05 PM / by World Vision Staff posted in USAID, Health, Resources, Afghanistan

afghanistan.jpgUSAID recently published a collection of knowledge products from its Child Survival and Health grants, which include an operations research brief and one learning product from World Vision programs funded by USAID.  In Afghanistan, World Vision tested the effectiveness of mobile phones as tools for community health workers.

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Field Guide: Integrating extremely poor producers into markets

[fa icon="calendar'] Apr 1, 2016 1:42:42 PM / by World Vision Staff posted in Economic Empowerment, USAID, Resources

Integrating Extremely Poor Producers in MarketsWorld Vision and FHI 360 produced the “Integrating Extremely Poor Producers into Markets Field Guide,” a summary video, and an assessment of its effectiveness in changing behavior appeared in the June 2014 issue of the Enterprise Development and Microfinance journal.

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Meeting in the middle: Linking market development and livelihood support for a more integrated approach

[fa icon="calendar'] Mar 31, 2016 11:07:47 AM / by World Vision Staff posted in Economic Empowerment, USAID, Resources

Meeting in the middleIn our market access work, World Vision uses the push/pull approach to build the capacity of the extreme poor to engage in markets and expand the diversity and quality of their accessible economic opportunities. A collection of case studies by the SEEP Network highlighted our work in Haiti with the USAID-funded Sak Plen Resiliencey Enhancement Program. See pages 3-7 of the publication (PDF). 

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