World Vision Zambia
World Vision started work in Zambia in 1981 with three small community developments projects in Mkushi district north of Lusaka. In 1995, World Vision Zambia started implementing the Area Development Programme (ADP) approach involving detailed planning and documentation as well as covering a large geographical area with significant amounts of financial resources, longer project life span. World Vision Zambia has now 40 large scale programmes well spread in all 10 provinces of the country.
Today, World Vision Zambia provides support to approximately 120,000 registered children in child sponsorship within the 40 ADPs that are multi-sectoral in nature and impact more than two million people countrywide in areas of health, education, livelihood security and HIV and AIDS support.
MOVE and World Vision Zambia are collaborating on a range of initiatives;
- Fighting Poverty with Lean Six Sigma
- Child Protection - polices, practice and training
- WASH - Water, Sanitation & Hygiene