World Vision is an international Relief and Development Organization operating in over 100 countries around the globe. WV International/Afghanistan started its operations since 2002 in the western provinces of Afghanistan (Herat, Ghor, and Badghis) in the areas of Education, Health, Agriculture, and Water & Sanitation. 


World Vision Afghanistan has been serving the Afghan community since January 2002. Located in Herat province, World Vision supports remote, poor and undeveloped provinces in Western Afghanistan (Ghor, Badghis and Herat provinces). World Vision programs cover education, livelihoods as well as maternal and child health and nutrition. The call and aspiration of World Vision Afghanistan is to inspire hope and create a better future for Afghan children and their communities within the areas targeted by its programs.

In collaboration with Partnership Afghanistan-Canada (PAC), WVA will pilot distance learning for vulnerable children and their families in isolated and insecure areas via mobile technology using PAC’s Interactive Voice Educational System (LIVES). The project will work in targeted communities of Herat and Badghis provinces. The project will seek to make cost-effective life-saving, life improving non-formal education for people living in insecure and isolated areas, particularly young women, through the use of interactive voice mobile phone technology.


World Vision Afghanistan (WVA) has been working in Badghis, Herat and Ghor provinces for more than10 years addressing health, education and livelihood issues to improve well-being of girls and boys. The relationship with the Afghanistan government at the national, provincial, district and village levels is very strong, as is the relationship with the communities in which World Vision works. Together with the government and the communities in the target areas, World Vision has been working to achieve its national strategy for improving the survival and wellbeing of Afghan girls and boys through building the foundation for a better future for them, their families, and their communities.

Hence, WVA will implement Improving Adolescents’ Lives in Afghanistan (IALA) project in Badghis in consortium with Lead Aga Khan Foundation targeting Bamyan and WVA sub grantee targeting Badghis for a three year period.


World Vision Afghanistan (WVA) has been working in Badghis, Herat and Ghor provinces for more than10 years addressing health, education and livelihood and protection issues to improve the well-being of girls and boys. The relationship with the Afghanistan government at the national, provincial, district and village levels is very strong, as is the relationship with the communities in which WVA works. Together with the government and the communities in the target areas, WVA has been working to achieve its national strategy for improving the survival and wellbeing of Afghan girls and boys through building the foundation for a better future for them, their families, and their communities.

There are four strategic sectors that World Vision Afghanistan is focusing upon in order to achieve this:  Maternal and Child Health and Nutrition, Education, Child Protection and Livelihoods. The new national strategy for the period of 2018 – 2020 is currently being finalized and expected to be ready for implementation in October 2017. World Vision’s child protection programing in Afghanistan has been a cross cutting theme till 2017. The Global Campaign of Ending Violence Against Children provided a great opportunity to strengthen the shift to priority sector to reduce child and forced marriage in Afghanistan. WVA has been contributing to preventing child abuse, violence and exploitation through empowering religious and community leaders who are the key decision makers and influential to the attitude and behavior of the community members.


World Vision Afghanistan (WVA) has been working in Badghis, Herat and Ghor provinces for more than10 years addressing health, education and livelihood and protection issues to improve the well-being of girls and boys. The relationship with the Afghanistan government at the national, provincial, district and village levels is very strong, as is the relationship with the communities in which WVA works. Together with the government and the communities in the target areas, WVA has been working to achieve its national strategy for improving the survival and wellbeing of Afghan girls and boys through building the foundation for a better future for them, their families, and their communities.

There are four strategic sectors that World Vision Afghanistan is focusing upon in order to achieve this:  Maternal and Child Health and Nutrition, Education, Child Protection and Livelihoods. The new national strategy for the period of 2018 – 2020 is currently being finalized and expected to be ready for implementation in October 2017. World Vision’s child protection programing in Afghanistan has been a cross cutting theme till 2017. The Global Campaign of Ending Violence Against Children provided a great opportunity to strengthen the shift to priority sector to reduce child and forced marriage in Afghanistan. WVA has been contributing to preventing child abuse, violence and exploitation through empowering religious and community leaders who are the key decision makers and influential to the attitude and behavior of the community members.

 


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