The final evaluation for the USAID-funded Preventing Trafficking in Persons through Sustainable Livelihood Recovery project in the Philippines found positive impact.
In Georgia, World Vision’s child protection project resulted in a 20-percent decrease in the number of parents sending their children to work over two years.
World Vision widely uses Child Friendly Spaces to protect children and provide psychosocial support in emergency situations. World Vision and Columbia University, working with Save the Children, UNICEF, and others, engaged in a 3-year collaborative project to document the outcomes and impacts of child friendly spaces and develop capacity for rigorous evaluation.
Our ongoing U.S. Department of Labor-funded project focuses on reducing exploitative child labor in fishing, agriculture, and domestic service in Cambodia through educational and livelihoods services. In its first 3 years, it has been successful at increasing enrollment, reducing the dropout rate, and influencing national level policy.