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World Vision Hospital Ward returns dignity for many women May 23, 2016

Hodan’s confidence, experiences and personality make her a fiery spokesperson for suffering women two and three times her age. She mesmerised an audience of dignitaries - including the minister of health

Healthy and Strong May 05, 2016

Nothing shapes a child’s future more powerfully than his or her health. Good health in early childhood, especially in the first 1,000 days from conception to their second birthday, is the foundation of a child’s wellbeing.

Saving Remigio April 07, 2016

Vincent Kakooza knew exactly what to do the night that baby Remigio fell horribly ill, thanks to a radio show, a rapid test kit for malaria, and medicine supplied by World Vision.

Community Health Workers are the local heroes in Sierra Leone April 07, 2016

Despite her own fears and that of her family, she chose to do this work as she felt it was her duty as a Community Health Worker to protect her community from sickness and disease

Our Innovative Work Using Mobile Phones to Support New Mums has Won Awards March 03, 2016

World Vision has won an ehealth award because of their innovative approach in the use of mobile phones to help in maternal health

A Man’s role in promoting Infant and Maternal health February 24, 2016

‘Men,  I  would  like  to  take  this  opportunity  to  extend  your formal invitation.  Gender equality is your issue too’

Making a difference February 23, 2016

Can you imagine how it must feel to save a life? Not as a doctor in a fully equipped hospital or a paramedic at the scene of an accident. But as a volunteer on a remote island, with no doctors, no emergency transport and what is often the case, very few medical supplies!

Saving Lives in Sierra Leone February 23, 2016

Isata Barnett is registered with World Vision’s AIM Health programme and is an example of how life saving  the programme is, as it kept her alive during her pregnancy when she was in need of surgery.

International Men’s Day 19/11/2015 November 19, 2015

Today as the world celebrates International Men’s Day, we would like to highlight the crucial role that men play in the daily lives of women and children.

World Pneumonia Day 2015 November 12, 2015

Today, November 12th, is World Pneumonia Day. Today is a day to highlight and raise awareness of the size and scale of an utterly preventable, but still all too common, cause of childhood death.

Changing the Odds in Sierra Leone October 08, 2015

Hawa was distraught having lost 2 babies due to birth complications so she turned to World Vision Health worker Alice for advice. Now her and new baby Lucy are happy and healthy.

Ellen’s Story July 02, 2015

Ellen is the mother of three children, including two-year-old Lerina. Ellen practiced World Vision’s 7/11 technique during her pregnancy and first year with Lerina and has seen first-hand the benefits of following these health initiatives.

Overcoming Under-nutrition November 26, 2014

Under-nutrition can also occur in areas without food shortages, simply because parents are not aware of the right types of food to feed their children. World Vision Ireland’s AIM Health Programme* is working hard to overcome this issue.

AIM Health – Changing Women’s Lives October 09, 2014

Did you know that every 2 minutes a woman dies from pregnancy or child birth related complications? This amounts to over 280,000 women dying needlessly every year!