Up-Close & Personal
“I have not been able to study at night because I do not have a light. I feel happy because I now have a light to study.”
I arrived on the Island of La Gonâve, Haiti, after a very long trip via plane, truck, and boat. I was ready for the typical cold shower and fall in bed. But when I disembarked from the small motorboat, I heard all kinds of sounds and a large crowd assembled on the beach…
Every year we do a Q&A time so you can get to know me better. This year, our volunteer, Rebecca Bowerman asked me the following questions.
7th Grader, Kinsley, raises money to fund her own Child Sponsorship through World Hope to help make a life-changing impact in someone’s life…
On April 2nd the world celebrates the 14th annual World Autism Day. Learn how the Enable the Children program helps support children with Autism and their families in Sierra Leone.
I sat on a log along with hundreds of others both standing and sharing the log with me in a remote village in Zambia… We all had our eyes glued on the large drilling rig, hoping to see water gush up from the ground…
This International Women’s Day learn how we #ChooseToChallenge gender stereotypes and the pull-down syndrome against women by elevating women’s voices. 💪
Growing mushrooms has many benefits for farmers in Kampong Khan, Cambodia. It’s contributed to food security, reduced labor migration, and family reunification.
Since childhood, though, God has put in my heart a sense of justice for the vulnerable and the voiceless. Throughout my life, I have sought to live this out—but there came a huge turning point in my life in 1985…
45 adolescent girls in Sierra Leone seized an opportunity to participate in a soap making and selling training program. What happened next?
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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.