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World Vision releases semiannual Strong Women, Strong World progress report

The first six months of this fiscal year have seen tremendous progress for World Vision’s Strong Women, Strong World initiative. Thanks in part to your support, the following has been achieved:

• More than 290,000 people in Mali and Niger have gained access to clean water.

• Nearly 3,700 women in the Dominican Republic and Zambia are accessing financial services.

• More than 615,000 children and adults in Bangladesh, Cambodia, and Kenya have been informed about the risks of exploitation and abuse, and how to keep children from being harmed.

As we come alongside women and girls in pursuit of justice and fullness of life, please know that you are making a world of difference and replacing suffering with hope. Read the full report.

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  1. […] Last year, World Vision and Women of Vision took a bold step in launching the Strong Women, Strong World initiative to bring sustainable change in some of the most difficult places in the world to be a girl or a woman. Now, thanks to your support, more women and girls in impoverished communities are enjoying improved health and access to clean water, better economic and educational opportunities, and safety and respect. The first report summarizes accomplishments across three sectors in seven countries. As we come alongside women and girls in pursuit of justice and fullness of life, please know that you are making a world of difference and replacing suffering with hope. Read the report here. […]

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