Global Health

Working alongside communities to ensure inclusive access to health and nutrition services for all—especially the vulnerable.

High-quality healthcare and prevention services

We’re committed to high-impact interventions that improve the health, wellbeing, and survival of women, children, and families. 

Illnesses that would be easily treated or are uncommon in much of the world continue to cause misery and unnecessary death around the world. Poor nutrition, diarrhea, HIV/AIDS, malaria, anemia, tuberculosis, and complications during childbirth are a few examples. World Hope International (WHI) responds to the scale of the problem by working to strengthen the public health system—alongside clinicians, hospital doctors, physical therapists, community health workers, midwives, teachers, health volunteers, medical students, and others—so the most vulnerable will have access to high quality & affordable healthcare and prevention services.

A Test that Saves Lives

“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…”

Breaking Barriers and Living Fully

“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…”

NEWS: Turmoil in Haiti – Update September 2019

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.

health care workers were trained in Helping Babies Breathe in 3 districts of Sierra Leone in 2018

children with disabilities were admitted into the Enable the Children program in 2018

children were screened and referred for treatment for malnutrition in 2018

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.

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