WORLD Vision Solomon Islands (WVSI) has launched its 2014 annual review report yesterday.
The report highlighted WVSI work in the Solomon Islands as well as the overall program impact that it contained in the pacific Timor-Leste Child Well-Being report.
Also inside the annual report, it stated 2014 has been a busy and challenging year for the organisation.
“There were twenty-seven projects being implemented in seven area program offices across the country, benefiting about 57,644 people including 25,910 children.
“WVSI long term development work focuses on six strategic priorities that includes maternal newborn child health and nutrition, WASH, education, economic development, climate change and disaster risk reduction and women and child protection,” the report reveals.
The report also highlighted WVSI has responded to one of the largest disasters in Solomon Islands which was the April flooding.
According to message from the country director, Janes Imanuel Ginting stated they are very grateful to witness many positive changes in the communities and children with whom they have work with.
“We are looking forward for year 2015 as it provides an exciting period for the country as well. And as a biggest NGO in the country WVSI is keen to support the new government policies in areas of our work for the wellbeing of children of Solomon Islands.”
By TRIXIE CARTER