- The results of our research on a new distribution model for bed nets in Mozambique was published in the Malaria Journal.
World AIDS Day: 1.2 million less children with HIV-This World AIDS Day, Dec. 1, families and health workers are celebrating that child HIV rates dropped 60 percent between 2009 and 2015 in 21 countries in sub-Saharan Africa.
- World Vision published results of an essential newborn care coverage study in a peer reviewed journal.
- USAID-funded SPEAR project in Uganda enhanced HIV and AIDS prevention among public sector workers. See the end of project video here.
- USAID: Operations Research Brief – In Afghanistan, World Vision tested the effectiveness of mobile phones as tools for community health workers to improve child and maternal health.
- USAID: iCCM Lessons Learned – 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.
- The 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.
- World Vision’s Core Group Polio Project consortium works to eliminate polio by strengthening host country efforts.
- The final evaluation of USAID-funded Ogumaniha in Mozambique found strong improvements in multiple areas. Vanderbilt University’s peer-reviewed journal article looked at HIV stigma among female heads of household.
- Evaluation of USAID-funded STEPS OVC in Zambia found significant positive impact.
- Engaging faith leaders in family planning: a review of literature plus resources.
- The 8 Steps+: In wheelchair programming, collaboration is critical to success. This report seeks to highlight how organizations can make inroads with populations that have physical disabilities.
- Malaria Journal: World Vision was a major player in Mozambique’s universal coverage campaign for bed nets to prevent malaria.
- Zika Emergency Regional Response: We’ve been responding to the Zika crisis for six months, engaging communities to prevent and protect families from contracting the virus.