Partners

The work of addressing maternal and infant mortality is no easy feat. World Vision Canada worked alongside expert organizations, academics and the Government of Canada to implement the 1000 Day Journey program. Get to know our partners.

Partners

The work of addressing maternal and infant mortality is no easy feat. World Vision Canada worked alongside expert organizations, academics and the Government of Canada to implement the 1000 Day Journey program. Get to know our partners.

Partners

 

The work of addressing maternal and infant mortality is no easy feat. World Vision Canada worked alongside expert organizations, academics and the Government of Canada to implement the 1000 Day Journey program. Get to know our partners.


Like all government-funded development initiatives, World Vision entered a competitive process in order to win funding for its 1000 Day Journey program. What helped build our case is the fact that we have existing programming in the four countries. This means we have staff and resources already in place to start the work. But we also brought in key partners with expertise in particular areas. 

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Government of Canada

Funding Partner

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World Vision Canada

Funding Partner

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Nutrition International

Consortium partner delivering essential
micronutrient programming and advocacy

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University of Toronto’s DallaLana
School of Public Health

Independently monitoring and evaluation
of project impacts and results

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CSIH
(Canadian Society for International Health)

Improving health management in Tanzania

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HarvestPlus


Agricultural programming

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A Thank You to Our Partners

World Vision Canada worked with expert organizations for the success of the 1000 Day Journey program. Together, we empowered health care systems in four developing nations to carry on providing essential health and nutrition services to their citizens.

We would like to thank our partners, major donors and Global Affairs Canada for entrusting us with this life-changing program of building resilience in vulnerable communities today and for years to come.