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Financial Help For Poor Families

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Productive & Resilient Livelihoods

Around the world, the impact of extreme poverty on children’s development is devastating.  Approximately 333 million children are living in extreme poverty with less than $2.15 a day. 

Child poverty has long-term implications for their overall well-being. These include poor psycho-social and physical health, malnutrition, lack of education, social exclusion, and limited future employment opportunities. Children may be exposed to more violence, such as child labor and child marriage, as families and caregivers face economic difficulties.  This is due to increased stress and pressure to make ends meet. 

Predictions suggest that climate and disaster risk will push an estimated 325 million poor people into extreme poverty over the next decade. Children in the poorest and most fragile contexts face the greatest risk. 

In alignment with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG), World Vision strives to end poverty in all its forms by 2030 to help the most vulnerable children to reach their full potential. We do this by:

  • Graduating the most vulnerable families out of extreme poverty – so that very poor families become economically self-reliant and have the dignity and means to provide for their own children.
  • Strengthening food production and increasing resilience and access to markets and financial services – so that farmers can increase production of more sustainable and more nutritious food for household consumption and income-earning purposes. 
  • Promoting sustainable employment opportunities and market systems – so that communities have access to goods, services and employment opportunities through private sector partnerships.
  • Promoting women’s economic empowerment – so that through economic advancement, women have access to opportunities, services, resources; and through agency, women gain improved decision-making in households and economic activities, and can manage their paid and unpaid workloads, resulting in improved well-being. World Vision also promotes equitable systems through which women can benefit from equitable policies, laws, institutional practices, and social norms.  

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