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2021 Learnings: Gender Equality


M. Holte-McKenzie

In 2021, World Vision conducted a review of our global programming over the past ten years, in order to 1) see how we are addressing a series of gender equality barriers previously identified in 2019, and 2) glean lessons that we can apply to future programming. Five key pillars were identified that have made World Vision’s programming gender transformative. The five pillars of gender equality addressed in Born on Time was shown through a case study in the Annual Results Report 2021.

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Unless otherwise stated, data presented on this page reflects the most up-to-date results of World Vision Canada programs reported between October 2021 and September 2022, and any previous fiscal years available. Previously reported data may not match the current presentation as we continuously receive and refine data from our programs. If you have any questions, kindly reach out to us.