Oct 8, 2019

30 Hour Famine Act Report

Thanks for everyone's support, 30 Hour Famine Act is finished successfully. In this year,

  • over 10,000 young people participate in 30th 30 Hour Famine Act Event
  • 305 team 46,719 people join Famine Act DIY Activity
  • Hievent online provide live
  • 32 corporates sponsor water, drink, equipment, medical services, activity funds...
  • 5 corporates provide coupons
  • 9 professional speakers & art performance teams
  • over 10 media reports the event

Links: https://www.worldvision.org.tw/02_news/news_inner.php?mid=454

In 2019, World Vision Taiwan helps

  • Water resources program: build agricultural irrigation system, improve family's live
  • Emergency rescue program: help families affected by natural disasters rebuild their houses
  • War and violence program: provide education for refugee children, have enough food, have medical services, protect children stay away from danger, provide vocational training
  • Nutrition program: distribute food for malnutrition children, feed nutritional supplement for baby, have public work program

In 2019, World Vision Taiwan supports

  • Africa:Somalia, Sudan, South Sudan, Ethiopia, Swadini, Central African Republic, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Marley, Tanzania, Uganda
  • Asia: Jordan, Iraq, Syria, Bengal, Myanmar, Philippines, Indonesia


May 17, 2019

2019 DARKHAN BHC Semi-Annual report

2 months ago, local teacher Ariunzaya has participated in Peace Road approach training. Ariunzaya is a leading teacher of 9th grade and she has formed Peace Road club in her class. Weekly, she organizes Peace Road classes as an after-school session. Ariunzaya mentioned that “…During 18 years, I am working as a teacher. Over the years, I have participated in many and different types of training. “Peace Road” training were one of the best approaches that I should notice…”

Peace Road club (Leading teacher Ariunzaya) is covering 15-16 age student. After 2 module sessions, the students have got ideas and several achievements. Children started to do their home work as a team and children helped classmates who are late. Now, coming late issues and home work issues are fixed. Now students are asking “When next Peace Road session?”. Ariunzaya also mentioned “… We have 3 more modules to go. After the 5th module, we have several project ideas to implement…”

Jan 2, 2019

Distribution & Input Support by end of 2018

ger beneficiary 01
ger beneficiary 01
  • Consumption support

Project supported total of 36 households with food supply included flour, butter, sugar, rice, brown rice, salt noodles and vegetable oil. This activity aimed at to support those households during first steps at Graduation approach in order to ensure their food safety, full participation in Saving group meeting and sustainability of household income as well as other project activities.

During food support activity, Family clinic doctors provided information about household based hygiene and drinking water hygiene and right diet as well. Also, Governors of khoroo #5 and khoroo#22 took part in this activity and inspired those HHs for actively participating in project’s activity which helps them improve their livelihood. Project selected those 36 HHs who weren’t supported with ger. 

  • Toiletries support

All of selected families live in ger area where there is no central heating. That’s why adults and children are lacking of washing facilities which help them to wash their hands regularly and keep their hygiene well. Project provided total of 30 HHs with cleaning set included soap, tooth paste, washing powder, shampoo and conditioner. This activity was aimed at letting people have proper sanitation and hygiene habits by providing them with basic needs. Household hygiene and hand washing topics were taught for those households by Family clinic doctors. 

  • School stationary set supply

Project provided 100 children (49 girls, 51 boys aged 6-15) in order to promote school covering and decrease school drop- out of most vulnerable children in target khoroo #5, 13,22. The team included khoroo social workers, unit leaders, community supervisors and project team jointly worked on selection criteria and according to this criteria there were those 100 children were provided stationary set. 

  • Gift a ger activity

In FY’18, project supported total of 30 families with 5 wall ger in order to keep family stability, comfort, safety, peaceful condition and prevent domestic violence against children. Most of those ger beneficiaries lived in ger which are the property of someone relatives. Some rented ger and due to impossibility to pay the rent family members always felt scary.  Some households lived with their relatives where there is not enough space for children to play, relax and do homework what causes children feel uncomfortable further bad impacts on their learning.   Within this activity, there are 56 adults (men 19, women 17) and 98 children (42 girls, 56 boys) were benefitted providing family warm environment, parents’ care and comfortable atmosphere as well. Khoroo governor office collaborated with project and provided land to some of ger beneficiaries. Total of 13 HHs out of those 30 families are selected HHs for Graduation approach.    

ger beneficiary 02
ger beneficiary 02
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