After registering for LMMS, these residents from an impoverished community in Myanmar are given a card, which reassures them that they will receive what they need.
During the Haiti earthquake in 2010, World Vision was already using LMMS in its response to transfer payments to cash-for-work participants.
Hadija and her three children are grateful for the sustainable food supply that they receive. Ever since World Vision started distributing food through LMMS, she is no longer anxious even if she is last in line.
By scanning the barcode on ID cards with the LMMS mobile app, World Vision staff at Kakuma Refugee Camp can verify the identity of refugees and the food portions they are entitled to.
Through a mobile app, a community health volunteer was able to identify Fadliani’s daughter to be underweight. As a result, Fadliani was referred to a Positive Deviance/Hearth nutrition programme to learn about preparing meals to improve her daughter’s nutritional health.
In 2013, World Vision developed a mobile app to support the health system in Indonesia. The app enables health workers to upload data related to children’s health, which greatly enhances the efficiency of service.
Each year on 20 June, the world celebrates World Refugee Day.
In Mike’s community in Malawi, children are quitting their education to find work to help their families earn money.
Anticipatory action is a new initiative that ensures steps are taken to protect people before a disaster strikes.
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