Commitments to action

World Vision's Commitment to Nutrition

World Vision International

  • Mobilize US$ 1.2 Billion between 2021-2025 for nutrition interventions ($500 million private funding, $ 700 million grant-funding).
  • Treat 600,000 wasted children through community management of acute malnutrition
  • Reach 200,000 under-weight children with programmes that equip caregivers to improve diet diversity and prepare locally sourced nutritious food.
  • Support supplementary feeding for 250,000 pregnant and breastfeeding mothers.
  • Leverage 184,000 World Vision-supported community health workers to reach the most vulnerable households (approximately 9 million households in 40 countries) with nutrition counseling, including infant and young child feeding counseling.
  • Scale-up and promote the newly launched “Gender-Transformative Framework for Nutrition” for expanded use by nutrition practitioners
  • Advocate, in collaboration with key partners and platforms for key nutrition-related outcomes at the Food Systems Summit to be integrated into the Nutrition for Growth Summit

Constituency

Civil society

Action Area(s)

Nourish All People

Location

Global

Key contact

Sheri Arnott, World Vision International
[email protected]

Keywords

Children
Nutrition
N4G

Downloads

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