Partnership is at the heart of everything World Vision does: partnership with communities where we work, with our donors, with corporations, with governments, other charities, faith communities and more. This is why we have committed more than $5bn over five years to a global movement to improving the health of children and women worldwide.
World Vision's commitments to Every Women Every Child Global Strategy 2.0
INVEST BILLIONS MORE
ALIGN OUR CHILD HEALTH STRATEGIES
EQUIP COMMUNITY HEALTH WORKERS
DEEPEN OUR RESEARCH
for 2016 - 2020 to theGlobal Strategy for
Women's, Children's & Adolescents' Health
We commit to strategically aligning our
Health; Nutrition; HIV & AIDS; and Water,
Sanitation and Hygiene investments to
contribute to Every Women Every Child
We commit to investing at least
$3 billion between 2016 and 2020 in
Health, Nutrition, HIV & AIDS and Water,
Sanitation and Hygiene programming -
including in humanitarian settings and
HEALTHY CHILDREN FOR A HEALTHY WORLD!
World Vision will...
Significantly contribute to increasing the
evidence base of implementation research
for women’s and children’s health by
investing at least US$2 million in
We commit to train, equip and support 100,000
Community Health Workers in countries where
World Vision has health programming
INVEST $15m IN ADVOCACY
We commit to advocate for women’s and
children’s health and nutrition by investing
at least US$15 million in advocacy. We will
also play a leading role in global efforts to
build a culture of accountability at all levels,
including through strong citizen engagement
We commit to initiate and support
at least one new multi-
stakeholder partnership that
delivers results for women’s,
children’s and adolescents’ health
MOBILISE 300,000 FAITH LEADERS
We commit to mobilise around 300,000 faith
leaders in 50 countries to promote attitudes
and behaviour change that result in healthy
women and children
In coalition, World Vision will...
With the Faith Alliance for Health*
With Save the Children
& White Ribbon Alliance
*Learn more at http://bit.ly/1R8hWli
OUR 2010 - 2015COMMITMENTS
STRATEGICALLY ALIGNED all World Vision
Health/Nutrition/HIV/Water and Sanitation
investment to contribute towards the Global
Strategy for Women’s and Children’s Health
REMAINED A LEADING
INVESTOR in women’s and
children’s health by exceeding
our US$1.5 billion aligned to the
Every Woman Every Child
movement by US$500,000m
SIGNIFICANTLY CONTRIBUTED to
increasing the evidence base of
implementation research for women’s and
children’s health by investing at least US$3
million in operations
ADVOCATED FOR CHILD HEALTH
NOW by investing at least US$10
in advocacy for women’s and children’s
LEAD IN SOCIAL ACCOUNTABILITY
by tracking commitments and
engagement for women’s and
Over five years we...
OUR IMPACT INCLUDED
In 2014 alone, 180,000 acutely malnourished children under 5wererehabilitated in World Vision community-based
programmes. Also, 92,000 mothersof children under 5received adviceand support on nutrition and treating
Since2010, World Vision hashelped protect 20 million peopleworldwidefrom malaria by providing long-lasting
insecticidetreated mosquito nets
World Vision hasbecomethelargest non-government provider of clean water in developing countries, supplying
water to a newperson on averageevery 30 seconds
World Vision mobilised morethan 20 million supportersin communitiesin 70 countriesto speak up for child
health, influencing governmentsto changepolicy on health and nutrition
Built mobilehealth (mHealth) solutionsto support thedelivery of health and nutrition programming.
Approximately 1,750 frontlineCommunity Health Workershavebeen trained and equipped by World Vision with a
mobilephonehandset reaching approximately 70,000 community members. And much more...
“I have seen a tremendous change in mothers and families too.
Before, family members insisted that mothers give birth in dirty
places and on torn cloth…now, they are careful about hygiene.”
- World Vision-trained midwife Aklima Begum, Bangladesh.
“I walked for two hours every day to the river, which left me too
exhausted to be attentive in class…Now, thanks to God, we are getting
pure drinking water from the World Vision-built distribution centre,
which is only three minutes away from my home.”
- Sorome Qana’a, 13, an aspiring teacher from Ethiopia.
“When World Vision started working in our community, I got to learn
about the importance of maternal and child healthcare. I think I
could have saved my first child if I had the chance to learn about
maternal and child healthcare earlier.” - Daw Nwe New, Burma.
"Citizens’ Hearings in Tanzaniahave opened a door for me to live
my dreams and fly far in the world!” - Mwajuma Hatibu Sempule,
councillor for Kwediboma Ward in Kilindi district, Tanzania.
- World Vision'swork at www.wvi.org
- Every Woman Every Child at www.everywomaneverychild.org
- World Vision'scontribution to Every Woman Every Child
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