A glimpse into the life of your sponsored child's community
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Thanks to the generous support of our sponsors, World Vision was able to work alongside communities to accomplish the following in 2012.
- Facilitated training for 23 community members to promote peace and reconciliation among survivors of the 1994 Rwandan Genocide.
- Worked to strengthen 26 community organizations, such as agricultural cooperatives in income generating activities, helping families improve their economic circumstances.
- 150 community members participated in training to develop entrepreneurial skills, equipping them to start income generating activities.
Food and Agriculture
- Helped establish 5,000 kitchen gardens, increasing household access to nutritious vegetables.
- Trained 210 community health workers in child nutrition and the importance of breastfeeding.
- Partnered with community health workers to provide nutritional rehabilitation programs for 100 malnourished children.
- Worked with the community to construct a new health center, increasing community access to quality health services.
- Collaborated with community care coalitions and church leaders to provide food and housing materials for orphans and vulnerable children and people living with HIV and AIDS.
- Supported 88 vulnerable families with construction materials, such as iron sheeting, to help improve their living conditions.
- Trained HIV positive pregnant women in the prevention of mother-to-child transmission.
- Provided 50 community health workers with education on deworming, handwashing, and treatment of acute respiratory infections and diarrheal diseases.
- Supported the construction a new vocational training center, as well as 5 classrooms and 12 latrines in a local primary school, working to increase access to education for all children.
- Assisted 188 students with educational fees, enabling them to stay in school.