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Annual Review

Our Annual Review showcases some of the impact of our work across the country, our partners and our financial statement.

Annual Review 2018-2019
Annual Review 2019-2020

Research Publications

Our grassroots presence and experience help us produce research pieces that inform our work. Keystone is a World Vision India quarterly research publication that seeks to share research studies and information linked to our work through area programmes and projects across the country.

Keystone XVIII
This edition features a collection of evidence-based articles around ‘Climate Change’ to ignite meaningful discourses for developing more enhanced approaches to address the issue and ensure a safer future for our children.
The 9th issue of keystone 2019 explores Impact Study of Melghat Nutrition Project, Study on Enabling Environment factors for Quality Education, Study on Children Perceptions on Child Sexual Abuse and Ex-post Evaluation report.
Keystone VII
The Seven issue of Keystone in 2018 explores Research Paper on Internal Audit & Non- profit Sector, Impact study in addressing TB in Telangana, Water and Soil Conservation Pathway and Brief report on CSR project.
Keystone VIII
The Eighth issue of Keystone in 2018 explores Impact of CANAH Project,Case study of Marginal Farmer-Bundelkhand,Impact study of Micro-finance on Child Well being and Impact study on Graduation Model.

Other Publications

WV India COVID-19- Response Rapid Assessment Report
WV India has conducted a rapid assessment survey in over 100 locations across India to ascertain the overall impact of COVID-19. Apart from the findings, the report also has recommendations and WVIndia's recovery response plan
Child Well Being Report
This report tries to show what child well-being in India looks like, currently. World Vision India, one of India’s largest grassroots humanitarian NGOs, and IFMR LEAD, an India-based research organisation which conducts high-quality, scalable research and evaluation, and evidence-based outreach to promote inclusive and sustainable development in India and other Low and Middle-Income Countries (LMIC), have come together for this project with the aim of presenting to the nation how its states fare in terms of certain identified parameters of child well-being, through a nuanced, interdisciplinary and evidence-based index.
Impact of Drought-Induced Migration on Children
This study looks at the impact of drought on children in india, focusing on the issue of drought-induced migration.
Effect of nutrition education among pregnant women with low BMI
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.
No Water and No Will
An analysis of the impact of drought on India's children, especially on their health, protection and education
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.
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.
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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