Up-Close & Personal
Hurricane Dorian destroyed Pastor Raymond’s home and wiped out decades of work. But it’s not the end of the story…
In a recent breakthrough for trafficking-in-persons (TIP) incidents tied to labor migration, law enforcement officers attached to a Sierra Leone border check point identified and apprehended a major trafficking ring that involved 10 migrants…
“As a result of your support throughout the year, we were able to continue to create access to clean water and energy, address global health, build on our protection projects, and further develop our community-led social ventures…”
A current International and Community Development Masters Degree student at Deakin University in Melbourne, Sonia Louise Cozens is interning with World Hope International Australia in Cambodia for several months. Traveling out to our various site locations across the...
How do you help young children affected by trauma begin to heal? What about younger children who don’t understand they have been abused…?
“Without delay and, on behalf of the school, I told the team it was water that we desperately needed. I expressed to the team how long the school has been struggling with this water issue…”
“As result of project support from WHI, children are physically and spiritually looking healthy and class attendance was reported regularly.”
“I remember telling a CHW who was also a tribal birth assistant and how excited she got that she could provide better care and have a better monitoring system for women in her community…”
“Our adventure company was introduced to us and all of a sudden, the feelings of oh-my-goodness-we-are-really-doing-this flooded over me…”
Moving forward, our volunteers will also support rebuilding efforts across the devastated communities, helping The Bahamas build back better. But that’s not all. In a new partnership with Tesla…
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