The girls, shown here with their World Hope teacher, really enjoyed their Life Skills class.
A week at a summer camp is a great way to foster hope in children while they have fun!
World Hope Canada provides clean water in Sierra Leone by drilling wells.
World Hope has impacted many young lives through Hope House and the LifeStart Odessa Project!
Peer-led classes in Sierra Leone gives the students the opportunity to practice their skills.
Hope House is a home full of teenaged girls, so a quiet moment to study is something to cherish.
We’re bringing opportunity, dignity and hope to children around the world with your help!
World Hope Canada works in both the Equateur and Kasai Regions with three national partners bringing more than 500,000 people opportunities for improved healthcare, community development, economic initiatives and appropriate technology responses to address some of the greatest needs in the regions.
World Hope Canada has worked in the Kamakwie Region of Sierra Leone for the last eight years assisting with food security to those in need and providing educational opportunities that create hope for a better future. Many lives have been touched through our community development work which includes agricultural supports, clean water and latrines.
As our very first field, many people have gone to volunteer with World Hope Canada in Ukraine. People love the way they can get to know those they are serving and that has caused people to return to Ukraine again and again. Partnering with World Hope Ukraine, we work in the Odessa Region with at-risk youth through a number of programs.
This beautiful Kingdom has a population of just 1.4 million but there are approximately 190,000 people living with HIV/Aids. Sadly, they have the highest HIV/Aids infection rate in the world. World Hope Canada, through their partnership with The Fortress Ministry, is teaching the Reach 4 Life Program to students in the Manzini Region.