JUBA – In the midst of a fresh outbreak of violence in South Sudan, World Vision has called on all parties in the conflict to ensure the safety of humanitarians so that aid organisations can reach those in need, especially children.
The success of the post-2015 agenda must be measured by its ability to serve the most disadvantaged communities, particularly the most vulnerable children. But to serve these communities, the post-2015 agenda must be accountable to them. Who better to measure its progress than the people at the centre? It is their lives that depend upon the goals’ success.
World Vision Afghanistan
To give young women and men the chance to escape from a chronic cycle of poverty, World Vision Afghanistan educates and empowers youth to earn an income, equipping them to provide for their families (current or future) through the Youth Economic Livelihoods & Literacy (YELL) project, funded by World Vision Australia.
World Vision concerned for children and communities already struggling in quake aftermath
KATHMANDU May 12, 2015 – World Vision is working to assess potential impacts to already displaced children and communities following a powerful 7.4 magnitude earthquake which struck mid-afternoon on May 12, near Namche Bazar. With a shallow depth of 19km it shook already vulnerable structures causing widespread panic as people in Kathmandu and nearby districts evacuated to open spaces. Reports of new deaths and injuries are being confirmed.
World Vision Global Week of Action ends with a call to government to end preventable deaths among mothers and children.
While delivering her speech, the World Vision Deputy National Director, Tinah Mukunda reminded parliamentarians, government leaders and representatives of civil society organisations that every day we lose mothers and children to diseases that are preventable like malaria, Pneumonia, diarrhea and malnutrition. She urged government to increase the budget allocation to the health sector.
World Vision (WV) is seeking a Project Manager to provide leadership in project development, planning, implementation and monitoring in Syria. Provide day-to-day management to achieve high quality results in line with acceptable project norms relevant to the established goals, objectives and operating policies of the project and WV. Supervise the financial management of the grant in relation to project goals and objectives, monthly activity schedule, timing of expenditures, budgets, etc.
Provide leadership and coordination at the zonal level in the Design, Monitoring and Evaluation (DME) of zonal programs and projects. Work to position World Vision South Sudan (WVSS) as a leader in innovative design, monitoring and evaluation (DME) and capacity building responses by supporting rigorous program design, technical support, and training to ensure a high level of programme quality.
The Design, Monitoring Evaluation (DME) Manager manages World Vision Haiti's (WVH’s) Design, Monitoring and Evaluation strategic direction and ensures the quality and integration of programmatic interventions arising from the ministerial lines.
We believe that every child is a precious gift to the entire world and that their well-being concerns us all. We will not rest while children suffer in situations that can be changed. We are looking for people who share our beliefs and our passion.
The Program Officers focus is support of World Vision South Sudans Western Equatoria Zonal Office in strategic integration of programming.
The Regional Quality Assurance Advisor is responsible to help National offices to enhance and sustain systemic institutional capacity for quality assurance. The position will monitor and support National Offices to ensure processes, mechanisms and capacities are in place to assure quality in a consistent manner across their programming portfolios. The role will ensure alignment with the Program Quality Standards of the Partnership, the policies and guidelines that underpin them, and the principles of World Visions Development Program Approach.