Leading American humanitarian, development and health organizations working around the globe have analyzed the Administration’s proposed International Affairs budget for Fiscal Year 2018 (FY 2018) and have estimated that the impact of the proposed cuts would be devastating for the poorest and most vulnerable women, children, and families around the world, as well as for American interests.
A Norway-led coalition today announced two winners of the EduApp4Syria innovation competition and the worldwide release of open-source Arabic literacy learning games Antura and the Letters and Feed the Monster. Both games are now available for free download through Google Play and the App Store.
Funding for education should be prioritized in U.S. foreign assistance, including funding that focuses on the barriers to education for vulnerable children in all settings, said Linda Hiebert, World Vision International’s Partnership Leader, Education and Life Skills.
World Vision joins the people of Nepal in remembering the one-year anniversary of the April 2015 earthquake – honoring lost loved ones while recognizing the strong community solidarity and support that helped save thousands.
A Norway-led coalition today announced the launch of a 15 million Norwegian Kroner (approximately US$1.7 million) competition to help displaced Syrian children continue their education during the protracted conflict.
Over the past 20 years 790,000 donors have given life-changing gifts through World Vision’s Gift Catalog — such as goats, clean water, food and education — helping 7.3 million people in need around the world.
All Children Reading: A Grand Challenge for Development competition seeks innovations to reach students in conflict and crisis zones. Their website compellingly presents literacy statistics and offers an opportunity to help solve the problem of child illiteracy.
The Alliance is committed to reducing barriers to access appropriate, scalable, and low-cost mobile technologies to help improve learning outcomes in formal and non-formal education across all levels, especially in low-resource and developing country contexts.
The U.S. Agency for International Development, in partnership with the Australian Agency for International Development (AusAID), and World Vision, today launched a $20 million challenge fund to promote childhood literacy around the world ... - See more at: http://www.worldvision.org/about-us/press-center/all-children-reading-grand-challenge-development#sthash.LKHV0xWo.dpuf
All Children Reading: A Grand Challenge for Development is pleased to announce a partnership with the Beyond Access initiative, a consortium of 11 international organizations funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
The U.S., primarily through USAID, has worked for decades to improve education around the world, removing physical, financial, and social barriers, strengthening the management of schools and education systems, training teachers, and increasing community support.