World Vision and USAID work together to improve child and maternal health. This report highlights the successes and needs to meet global goals.
In August, world leaders will gather for the annual G7 summit. But what IS the G7 summit, and how does it affect the children in extreme poverty?
Even in hard-to-reach and vulnerable places, frontline health workers empower women with knowledge about breastfeeding and how to keep their babies healthy.
World Vision’s report on ending violence against children explores progress in child safety as well as what the world must improve to meet global goals.
Goal #17: Revitalize the Global Partnership for Sustainable Development Strengthen the means of implementation and revitalize the global partnership for sustainable development. The final Global Goal, partnership for the goals, ties all the goals together. This goal stands as an important reminder that the success of the Global Goals is dependent on the success of … Read More
Goal #8: DECENT WORK & ECONOMIC GROWTH By Daisy Francis, Senior Researcher and Policy Analyst for World Vision Promote sustained, inclusive, and sustainable economic growth, full and productive employment, and decent work for all. In many parts of the world, having a job may not be enough to enable you to escape from poverty. Slow … Read More
On September 25, 2015, 193 countries, including the United States, adopted a landmark and far-reaching agreement, which would shape the direction of development for the next 15 years. Formally called the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs for short) or by their more informal name — the Global Goals — they lay out not only what progress … Read More
Frank Williams, World Vision International New York City director and United Nations representative, shares why World Vision is participating in the United Nations General Assembly, which begins this week, and the importance of having a voice there. Viewed from U.N. headquarters in New York, where a new Global Development Agenda is being adopted this week … Read More