ENRICH:1000 Day Journey Photobook
Learn more about the ENRICH program through an interactive photobook.
Breastfeeding and maternal and child health in Myanmar: Soe Myat Thu’s story
Thu is sharing
information, she is the lead mother in a care group model. In a remote village located in Myanmar.
Short Story of Raymond
He is cultivating a brighter future for his family and becoming a changemaker.
Rick Campanelli in Bangladesh
and learned some parenting tips from
from a Men Care Group.
A Critical Welcome into Fatherhood
Men around the world need to know they can be great husbands and fathers – and not just by providing. Even here in Canada, men have struggled with this idea for generations.
Strong, Dignified - With a Passion for Cooking
Rick Campanelli travelled with World Vision Canada to learn more about the field work. Learn more.
Two Artists Travel to Rural Tanzania
Two artists travel in
and create a painting in honour of the strong women who live there.
Breaking Barriers with Brushstrokes: Art and Feminism
Artists Lauren Brevner and Sungi Mlengeya travelled to a remote community in Shinyanga Region,
Is Breastfeeding Anti-Feminist?
A woman's right to
her child is a human right. The
Canadian Human Rights Act
(the Act) prohibits
Five Essential Takeaways from Women Deliver
and mother living in
, I know the privilege of being able to access the health services that I need.
Moms receive a heartwarming surprise
Day, World Vision
together with a special message to share with their own
Dr. Joelene: Canadian Doctor in Bangladesh
What a Canadian doctor learned from a Local Health Worker in Bangladesh
What does it takes to save a baby’s life?
At the age of 24, Zin Mar had given birth twice in her life: to a daughter May, now four-years-old, and a few years later in November 2016, to a baby boy.
1000 Day Journey Trailer
1000 Day Journey
is an initiative launched by World Vision
to support and promote the health of pregnant and new mothers and their babies across 5 countries.