Global Health

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

Making a Cross-Sector Impact

Child & Maternal Health

Healthcare Accessibility

Combating Infectious Diseases

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.

Empowering Hope through Enable the Children

A diagnosis can feel devastating, because we all want “the best” for ourselves and our children. Imagine living in a community where you are shunned or told that your child or loved one should not live because of their disability. For many of us, this is unthinkable....

Equipping NGO and Christian Leaders in Sierra Leone as Disability Advocates

Over the past four years, Kupenda and WHI have partnered in Sierra Leone to address superstitious beliefs that disabilities are caused by a curse from God.

HILOM: Self-Care Training

Self-care is vital for our overall well-being as care providers to OSAEC survivors. This workshop focused on providing the knowledge and skills to help you develop a self-care plan. Learn how WHI’s self-care activities can help you cope with stress and improve your mental, emotional, and physical health!

health care workers and community members trained since 2013

dollars worth of medical supplies distributed in Sierra Leone in 2019

patients seen aboard the USNS Comfort with support from WHI volunteers in 2019

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