World Vision International


World Vision has many resources available so you can learn more about our education work. Download our quick guides below for more details on our core models and approaches:

A life-cycle project model approach to education

Early Childhood Development

  • Go Baby Go! Parenting Programme (Ages 0-3) - Find out more about our ECD approach that targets the first 1,000+ days of a child's life and aims to build knowledge, skills, and resilience-promoting techniques to improve parenting practices at the household level.
  • Learning Roots (Ages 3-6) - The earliest years of a child’s life are a window of opportunity to support the emergence of literacy, numeracy and life skills that will form the foundation for a lifetime of learning and fulfilment.

Basic Education

  • Unlock Literacy (Grades 1-3) - Find out how World Vision has been piloting literacy improvement projects in 25 countries with a focus on unlocking literacy for lifelong learning and outcomes.


  • Safe and Nurturing Schools (Ages 11-18) - Schools should be a place where all children feel safe. Find out how World Vision works with partners to create a positive school environment free from violence in all its forms.
  • Girl Vision (Ages 11-18) - World Vision is a champion for girls’ education in the communities where we work. Find out how we identify and break through these types of barriers in girls’ lives so they can have equitable access to a transforming education.

Other special areas of our education work

  • Local Language Teaching and Learning Materials - Local language teaching and learning materials comprise community generated reading materials, teaching and learning materials made from locally available resources. These materials provide a way for children and their families to access important information, provide a variety of platforms for learning and knowledge sharing, and spaces for community advocacy.
  • World Vision's Approach to Teaching and Learning Materials - In order to support the development and use of teaching and learning materials, World Vision recognises strength in the confluence of community engagement, capacity building of local stakeholders, and contextualisation and location in order to achieve long term sustainability.


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