World Vision International
publication • Thursday, September 29th 2016

2015 Child Well-being Summary Report

Building a better world for children

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The 2015 Child Well-being Report represents 60 country offices and draws on monitoring and evaluation data from more than 1,600 programmes implementing change for children globally: in child participation and protection, health and nutrition, early childhood development and literacy, and in other key areas of World Vision’s development, relief and advocacy work.

Highlights from 2015

  • 1.48 million adolescents have benefited from World Vision programming
  • 2.37 million people had access to clean water from an improved water source
  • 160,342 acutely malnourished children under 5 were rehabilitated in World Vision programmes
  • Education programmes are reaching 8,983,197 children in 55 countries

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