World Vision India Publications



World Vision India's work in the 6252 communities enables us to share information, stories, statistics and voices of the children and families in these communities. Please find below a sample of some of the reports, publications and books published recently. For further information please contact Richard W - richard_wurmbrand@wvi.org

Effect of nutrition education among pregnant women with low body mass index

Indian women are chronically undernourished (36%) and anemic (55%) which has consequences on women during their adolescence, pregnancy, and lactation (NFHS-3). Published in the International Journal of Community Medicine and Public Health in November 2016, this research article assesses the effect of nutrition education on dietary awareness and practice among undernourished pregnant women.

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No Water and No Will

An analysis of the impact of drought on India's children, especially on their health, protection and education

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Annual Review 2015

This publication gives an overview of the impact of the work of World Vision India for the last one

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From me, to you

This book is a complication of letters written by girls from across the country sharing their world with us (you), their hopes, their dreams and their challenges .

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Strategic Alliances

The publication on Strategic Alliances captures WV India's efforts on networking at the community/grassroot and National level. At the National level, it looks at various sectors and themes we are actively involved, to bring about lasting changes in the lives of children.

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Youth Investment

The publication on Youth Investment captures WV India's efforts in the areas of leadership development, youth employment and value transformation in addition to the status of youth in India.

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Killer Gap Report

This new report from World Vision assesses 176 countries around the world according to the size of the gap between those who have access to good health and those who don't. It demonstrates a horrifying reality that in today's world, when we have the knowledge, resources and tools to provide quality maternal, newborn and child health for all, that so many children continue to pay the price for the great gap in global health, with their lives.

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