LILONGWE-(MaraviPost)-World Vision Malawi records successes in its central region zone programming amid Covid-19 pandemic
The organization managed to record inequalities in areas of education, food securities, health, Water Sanitation and Health (WASH), child protection and among others.
World Vision Malawi’s Monitoring and evaluation Officer for Central Zone Tapiwa Kamzati told 2021 district and regional stakeholders’ engagement virtual meeting on Thursday, March 4, that work share aimed at giving feedback to its stakeholders on what the organization is doing amid the pandemic.
Kamzati observes that work sharing will continue strengthening mutual partnership for the 2020/2021 Fiscal Year and beyond.
“We have managed to reach 12, 380 children bible clubs and trained 200 parents and guardians, 135 faith leaders on a mindset model called empowered biblical World view and social welfare stand alone programs.
“The achievements are despite challenges in our programming including post-election 2019 demonstration and Covid-19 pandemic that has negatively affected our programming also,” says Kamzati.
Echoing on the same, World Vision Malawi’ Strategy and Programs Support Manager Innocent Pendame assured its stakeholders that its 2021-2025 strategic plan remains intact that its intended purposes will be achieved.
Pendame said the strategy has been aligned to UN Sustainable Development Goals that the organization will directly impact on the sustained well-being of two million vulnerable boys and girls through supporting and collaborative building of resilient and sustainable community systems.
He therefore cited a number of plans the organization intends to achieve in 2021 including train 500 children in Jesus source of living water (WASH spiritual nurture model), support establishment of bible clubs in 13 primary schools and support secondary school students to attend SCOM conference.
The virtual meeting attracted key district and regional stakeholders from all the Area Programs in Central Region to reflect together and share feedback on some of the work that the orgainsation is doing amid Covid-19.