Together We Give
Opportunity, Dignity, and Hope
Together We Give Hope
In the fight against COVID-19, access to soap and proper sanitation is everything. Unfortunately, many vulnerable communities around the world lack these necessities. With your support, we can continue to fulfill the sanitizing needs of the communities we work with in order to keep them safe.
Together, we have the power to make a difference by giving opportunity, dignity, and hope.
Today, you can make a special GivingTuesday gift to help us continue bringing good news to vulnerable communities around the world. Your gift will inspire hope and create opportunities for thousands of people during this unique time.
With Your Support…
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.
DYK that TapEffect water is filtered and chlorinated? Drinkable from the tap. Water is considered an essential service in Cambodia & the TapEffect team has pressed on laying over 5km of pipe the last two weeks…
Thera Metrey staff & local authorities completed their #COVID19 awareness-raising & proper handwashing reaching 850 households, including mushroom producers.
TapEffect operator is now helping with #COVIDconversations. TapEffect customers will be ready as they have easy access to clean water for proper sanitation.
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“For 75 years no support has ever come to this village. God has used you to bring us sanity by providing water and training on sanitation and hygiene sufficiency to this community. In time past, Baoma was the host to any water related disease outbreak prevalence like typhoid, cholera, diarrhea, and vomiting, etc. Women and children are most vulnerable to any outbreak of the above-mentioned diseases. Every year we have to lose active women and potential growing children.”
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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.