BlogUp-Close & Personal
“I want every one of our kids to know they are special and to have play and joy in their lives. Integrating sports and sports therapy in our program gives space for this in addition to breaking barriers…”
Fresh Water Production volunteers have been cycling in and out of the Bahamas since Hurricane Dorian delivered a deadly blow on September 1, 2019. World Hope International has been pumping clean water in the Bahamas for a full month and we still turn people away at the end of the day.
“I started my first mushroom house in January 2017. I decided to invest in growing mushroom. It was just like taking a big step for my family. Our family was so worried we might end up losing our money if mushroom production is not good. However, my mushroom production has been running well…”
Haiti has struggled with many challenges this past year, creating instability through dangerous travel conditions, fuel and food shortages, blackouts, and high rates of inflation.
Imagine going to the hospital with a bursting appendix and the hospital is dark; the power is out. Picture yourself as a doctor in the middle of an intense operation and the lights go off, the machines power down and suddenly you’re operating without the ability to see clearly and without working support machines…
World Hope International (WHI) got on the ground in the Bahamas immediately not only because we wanted to respond to the disaster but because we had prepared in advance to respond by establishing a strong coalition of disaster relief partners already locally based and through strategically prepositioning emergency supplies…
World Hope International (WHI)’s Clean Water Team is in the Bahamas now and sailing around the devastated islands with clean water and emergency supplies and supporting debris removal…
“In time past, Baoma was the host to any water-related disease outbreak prevalence like typhoid, cholera, diarrhea, and vomiting, etc…”
“My family have one hectare of land for rice farming and our livelihood for years were depending on just one season rice crop every year. We went through this situation again and again each year for not having enough rice to eat…“
“I love the work that WHI does going in and building capacity at the local level, and I also really love that they are diverse in partnering with both the private and public sector—anyone who wants to get involved.”
AN ORGANIZATION YOU CAN TRUST.
Spending of World Hope International (Canada) funds is confined to Board approved projects. Funds designated towards a project are used as designated, with the understanding that when the need for that project has been met or cannot be completed for reasons determined by the Board, the remaining funds designated will be used where needed most.