Happy Father's Day!

Strong Women Strong World celebrates the Fathers who are empowering women and creating a stronger world.

"The quality of a father can be seen in the goals, dreams and aspirations he sets not only for himself, but for his family." - Reed Markham


Better Father.  Better Partner.  Better Life.

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ZAMBIA: Economic EmpowermentBy Alfonsias Haamanjanji, Donor Liaison

Estella and Augustine Nsabika’s story is one of family and faith, a strong demonstration of how World Vision is helping vulnerable households in Zambia climb the rungs of the economic ladder and increase their economic stability.  This strong framework is the basis of THRIVE (Transforming Household Resilience in Vulnerable Environments) - growing families through education and faith.

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What does it mean to THRIVE?


World Vision’s life-changing THRIVE model empowers parents economically to break the cycle of poverty and sustainably improve their family’s education, health, food security and nutrition, and shelter.

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Thriving families confront violence against women


The International Violence Against Women Act (S. 2120) aims to take effective action to prevent and respond to violence against women and girls around the world as a matter of basic human rights.

In some countries, as many as 70% of women will experience violence in their lifetimes.  We cannot stand by and watch.  

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