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Weitere Publikationen



Hier finden Sie weitere Veröffentlichungen von World Vision (deutsch und englisch) zu diversen Themen, mit welchen das Institut sich beschäftigt:


Grundsätzliches


Children of the Millennium (PDF) 2015

Children of the Millennium. Growing Up with the MDGs
Young Lives
(2015)

This report by Young Lives presents outcomes of four studies conducted simultaneously in Ethiopia, India, Peru, and Vietnam. It addresses how the reality of children’s lives has changed in the context of the shifts in national policy, priorities and outcomes associated with the MDGs.

Research for Development (PDF) 2012

Research for Development
World Vision Germany, DIfA/Kurt Bangert
(2012)


This paper explains why and how NGOs should engage in research for effectiveness and efficiency reasons. In order to stress the usefulness different types of research are being explained.


Die Verantwortung Europas für die absolute Armut in der Welt (PDF) 2010

Die Verantwortung Europas für die absolute Armut in der Welt
World Vision Deutschland, DIfA/Kurt Bangert
(2010)


Dieses Papier thematisiert den Zusammenhang der Armut Europas und der weltweiten Armut anhand von sechs Fragen. (1) Was hat die Armut in Europa mit der weltweiten Armut zu tun? (2) Worin unterscheidet sich die Armut in Europa von der Armut weltweit? (3) Warum ist es für Europa wichtig und notwendig, die Armut in der Welt zu bekämpfen? (4) Wo stehen wir derzeit im Kampf gegen die weltweite Armut? (5) Welches sind die größten Hindernisse im Kampf gegen die globale Armut? Und: (6) Was ist zu tun, um die Armut weltweit wirksamer als bisher zu bekämpfen?

Kinderarmut/ Armutsbekämpfung



Kinderarmut (PDF) 2009

Kinderarmut
World Vision Deutschland/Kurt Bangert
(2009)


Dieser Artikel vertieft das Thema der Kinderarmut als Ursache von vermeidbaren Krankheiten und vermeidbarer Kindersterblichkeit; als Grund für mangelnde Bildung, Ausbildung und gesellschaftliche Beteiligung; und als eine sich selbst verstärkende Ursache. Daran anschließend werden mögliche makroökonomische und konkrete entwicklungspolitische Maßnahmen beschrieben, wie sie derzeit von der privaten Nichtregierungsorganisation World Vision angewandt werden.


Kinderrechte/ Kinderschutz



10 years on: Global progress and delay in ending violence against children. The rhetoric and the reality

Prepared by The International NGO Council on Violence Against Children
(November 2016)
 
 
The International NGO Council on Violence Against Children formed in 2007, to support strong and effective follow-up to the UN Study on Violence against Children. Now, as the Sustainable Development Goals adopt the call to end all violence against children and the Global Partnership to End Violence Against Children take up the mantle of pursuing this goal, the NGO Council publishes its fourth and final report: awards and all account of the progress made and the work that lies ahead to end violence against children.


 
Counting Pennies: A review of official development assistance to end violence against children 
 

Robert Tew, lead author, Sheena Wynne, project management.
ChildFund Alliance, Save the Children, SOS Children’s Villages International, World Vision International, and Development Initiatives
(2017)


Every year, violence affects more than one billion children, in every country and every community. It robs them of their dignity, their rights, their potential, and, too often, their lives.



POLICY REPORT World Vision 2015 Accountability and Getting to Zero Violence against Children. Improving information and accountability for eliminating violence against children


Policy Report
World Vision International/Jeff Hall
(2015)


In 2016 the United Nations started to engage in the ambitious commitments set by the Sustainable Development Goals. Amongst the most worthy and challenging goals is the elimination of violence against children. This report provides five recommendations to translate ambition into reality.


From me to you - Letters from young girls, to corridors of influence

From me. To you. Letters from young girls, to the corridors of influence.
World Vision India
(2015)


This book contains 25 letters of young Indian girls, reflecting upon the impacts the MDGs had on their lives.


How to create sustainable well

Psychological Resilience, Child Participation and Inner Trust
Julia Sillanpää
(2015)

This article follows the idea of building a theoretical structure of psychological resilience, participation and inner trust, which could work as a baseline for governments, NGO’s, local partners, community workers and families. In order to build a strong practical fieldwork that strengthens the well-being of children.



Domestic Violence and Neglect

Domestic Violence And Neglect
World Vision Germany/Julia Sillanpää
(2015)


This article about domestic violence and neglect is based on key findings of World Vision International´s work and the latest research of violence against children. It describes parts of World Vision´s systemic approach to child well-being, especially in terms of child protection and child participation.


Child Labour Report 2015 WVUK


Work in progress: Effective approaches to end child labour
World Vision UK/Jonathan Blagbrough
(2015)

This report is based on discussions and interviews with children, parents and community stakeholders presenting a snapshot of World Vision’s work on child labour. In conclusion it highlights key areas of learning which are crucial for joint progress in ending child labour.
WV Trafficking Report 2014

The Vulnerability Report. Human Trafficking in the Greater Mekong Sub-region.
World Vision Australia
(2014)


This report presents an overview on findings of an extensive regional study on migration-related knowledge and behaviors. It provides information for further refinement, monitoring and evaluation of World Vision’s ‘End Trafficking in Persons’ projects.



Ways forward for children’s and young people’s participation (World Vision Studie zu Entwicklungsmöglichkeiten der Kinder- und Jugendbeteiligung)

What´s next? Ways forward for children’s and young people’s participation
World Vision International/Carine Le Borgne
(2014)

This report is based on a research study that addresses the questions what is the understanding within academia, practice and policy about children’s participate in collective decision-making and how World Vision can use this understanding to strengthen children and young people’s participation from both a development and an advocacy perspective? It provides its reader with the understanding about children’s and young people’s participation rights; theory and practice of children’s and young people’s participation and concludes in general and specific recommendations.


Fearing Wrong. Studienergebnisse international

Fearing Wrong. Warum wir fürchten sollten, was uns keine Angst macht.
World Vision International, Ipsos Reid/Will Daley
(2014)

World Vision und Ipsos Reid haben gemeinsam eine Umfrage in 28 Ländern durchgeführt, um öffentliche Haltungen und Wahrnehmungen in Bezug auf Gewalt gegen Kinder und den Schutz von Kindern besser verstehen zu können. Dabei zeigt dieser Artikel die globale Diskrepanz von Wahrnehmung der Befragten und der Realität über Gefahren für Kinder.

 
Fearing Wrong. Survey outcomes international 

Fearing Wrong. Why what doesn´t scare us should.
World Vision International, Ipsos Reid/Will Daley
(2014)

World Vision and Ipsos Reid present a survey of the views of people from 28 countries to show public attitudes and perceptions regarding violence against children and their protection against violence. The results show an alarming global discrepancy in perception and reality.


Fearing Wrong. Studienergebnisse in Deutschland


Fearing Wrong. Warum wir fürchten sollten, was uns keine Angst macht.
World Vision International, Ipsos Reid/Will Daley
(2014)


World Vision und Ipsos Reid haben gemeinsam eine Umfrage in 28 Ländern durchgeführt, um öffentliche Haltungen und Wahrnehmungen in Bezug auf Gewalt gegen Kinder und den Schutz von Kindern besser verstehen zu können. Dabei zeigt dieser Artikel die globale Diskrepanz von Wahrnehmung der Befragten und der Realität über Gefahren für Kinder in Deutschland.


The Impact of Neglected Emergencies on Children 

The impact of neglected emergencies on children
World Vision International/Denise Allen
(2009)


In neglected emergencies children are among the most vulnerable victims. This article provides its reader with examples of modern neglected emergencies and in summary give recommendation of measures to be taken to properly protect children in humanitarian response initiatives.



Menschenrechte/ Friedensförderung



Überwindung der bewaffneten Gewalt in Ostafrika

Überwindung der bewaffneten Gewalt in Ostafrika
Project Ploughshares, World Vision Canada/John Siebert, Kenneth Epps
(2009)


Die vorliegende gemeinsame Erklärung von Project Ploughshares und World Vision Kanada basiert auf einer in 2008 in Ostafrika durchgeführten Feldstudie zur Verringerung der bewaffneten Gewalt und zu den Aktivitäten von World Vision im Bereich Friedensarbeit und Entwicklung. Am Beispiel von Kenia, Uganda und Sudan werden die Ergebnisse dargestellt und durch Verbesserungsvorschläge ergänzt.



Kleinwaffen in Kinderhänden

Kleinwaffen in Kinderhänden - Deutsche Rüstungsexporte und Kindersoldaten
Autor Christopher Steinmetz (BITS) 
Herausgeber: Brot für die Welt; Kindernothilfe e.V.; terre des hommes e.V.; World Vision Deutschland e.V
(2017)


In mindestens 20 Ländern werden Mädchen und Jungen unter 18 Jahren von Armeen oder Milizen für Kämpfe und militärische Hilfsdienste eingesetzt. Deutschland liefert in etliche dieser Länder Waffen und Munition. Besonders tödlich für Kinder sind die Kleinwaffen, die von ihnen auch leicht getragen werden können. Die Studie zeigt auf, dass exportierte Waffen unkontrolliert in Kriegs-und Konfliktregionen gelangen und dort auch nach Jahrzehnten noch Kinder zu Opfern und Tätern machen. 
 

Addressing Armed Violence in East Africa

Project Ploughshares, World Vision Canada/John Siebert, Kenneth Epps
(2009)


This paper is based on a field study on reduction of armed violence and World Vision´s measures in peace building and development conducted in eastern Africa in 2008. Findings of Kenya, Uganda and Sudan are being presented and complemented with further recommendations.
Gesundheit / Ernährung


Drought Report WV India 2016

Drought Report India 2016: No water and no will. An analysis on the impact of drought on India’s children.
World Vision India/Sarojitha Arokiaraj, Bestin Samuel
(2016)


In this paper, World Vision India reports on the critical water situation in India 2016. One fourth of total Indian population is affected by a sever drought. Children amongst others form the most vulnerable group. Lack of access to water or poor quality of water is the biggest problem, which spills over into most other aspects of life. For these the authors point out the droughts impact on children´s health, child protection and children´s education.




Saving Children’s Lives in Their First Thousand Days

The Best start: saving Children’s lives in their first thousand days
World Vision International, World Vision Canada/Barbara Strang, Kate Eardley and Sara Schulz
(2011)


Malnutrition is one of the world’s most serious health problems and the major underlying cause of child mortality. Based on scientific findings this article pleads for proper nutrition during a child’s first 1,000 days, through pregnancy to two years of age, to achieve the Millennium Development Goal of substantially reducing child mortality rates. World Vision calls on all stakeholders to endorse, implement and take accountability for eight vital recommendations that will save lives.



Case Study_Child and Youth Participation in Health Programming

'Child and Youth Participation in Health Programming
World Vision International/ Melanie Ferrer-Vaughn and Barbara Frost
(n.y.)


This paper reflects on the practice of improving health outcomes for youth through peer education in World Vision Projects. Therefore key findings from projects in World Vision Bolivia, World Vision Cambodia, and World Vision Ethiopia are being discussed.


Prevent and protect: Linking the HIV and child protection response to keep children safe, healthy & resilient - Promising practices: Building on experience from Nigeria, Zambia and Zimbabwe

Prevent and protect: Linking the HIV and child protection response to keep children safe, healthy & resilient
UNICEF, World Vision International/ Siân Long and Kelley Bunkers
(2015)



This report seeks to provide lessons how measures of child protection which reduce the prevalence of Aids, and measures which prevent HIV show to be strongly interconnected. It seeks to provide knowledge about why making such synergies is important, what difference it makes for children and their families, and how this is being implemented in practice within three African countries in order to address the linkages.

 

Wirtschaftliche Entwicklung/ Mikrofinanz



Evaluating the impact of Microfinance - Can Social Performance Management evaluate the impact of Micofinance activities towards poverty alleviation?   
Evaluating the impact of Microfinance
Berlin School of Economics and Law/ Michaela Boyen
(2015)


This Bachelor thesis by Michaela Boyen provides an evaluation of the impact of microfinances on poverty; microfinances in the context of international development cooperation, and microfinances in connection of social performance management. The author also includes a practical application in form of a case study on poverty assessment and impact evaluation at Visionfund.



Microfinance for decent work - IOL Study

Microfinance for decent work
International Labour Organization
(2015)


This action research program tested the hypothesis that bundling
a package of complementary financial and/or non-financial services could help MFIs enhance their social impact on clients. Therefore positive as well as negative finding in the dimensions of child labour, business performance, formalization and vulnerability are being discussed.



Field Study on indigenous knowledge on natural resources in Kenya 


Field Study on indigenous knowledge on natural resources in Samburu County Kenya
Eurpean Union, Government Kenya, World Vision Germany/Anita Schnabel and Simone Lenz
(2014)


This report focuses on the Samburu’s indigenous knowledge about natural resource management. Recommendations are given to implement the indigenous knowledge in current development aid interventions.



Wirkungsbeobachtung


2. World Vision Wirkungsbericht

2. World Vision Wirkungsbericht
World Vision Deutschland

Der 2. World Vision Wirkungsbericht gewährt Einblicke wie Wirkungsbeobachtung bei World Vision funktioniert. Anhand der Evaluationsergebnisse aus zwei Finanzjahren werden die Wirkungen der Arbeit von World Vision und methodischen Herausforderungen der Wirkungsbeobachtung verdeutlicht. Dabei werden positive wie auch negative Ergebnisse präsentiert, um fruchtbare Diskussionen anzuregen.


1. Wirkungsbericht

1. World Vision Wirkungsbericht
World Vision Deutschland


Im 1. World Vision Wirkungsbericht wird anhand einiger Beispiele die Wirkung der Arbeit von World Vision beschrieben. Der Berichts beschreibt die Projektarbeit und die aus ihr resultierenden Veränderungen für Kinder und  ihre Familien.



Operations Research (OR) - Definition, Purpose and Applicability

Operations Research. Definition, Purpose and Applicability.
World Vision Germany/Lena Siegel
(2011)

This paper strives to serve as a guideline for further operational research within World Vision´s programs. It provides scientific background to operational research and information on the differentiation to other research categories. In conclusion it addresses minimum standards studies must meet to be classified as operational research.