Up-Close & Personal
A Life-Altering Day at the Beach
How an annual beach day outing with Enable the Children has become a catalyst for changing the way Sierra Leoneans view people with disabilities.
La Gonâve Hospital: A Safe Port of Care in Haiti
Phase I of this Capital Campaign is nearly complete! Ensure Haiti has a medical facility that shines a beacon of hope amid poverty and gang violence.
Volunteers: Compassion Fueled Service
Volunteers help confront our world’s biggest challenges in order to strengthen communities and be a transformative force through the power of their service.
International Day for Street Children – Changing the Narrative through Child Sponsorship
Learn how World Hope International’s Child Sponsorship Program keeps children off the streets and helps them gain an education.
Lori’s Story: Resilience through Devastation, Hope through Education
Meet Lori, who didn’t allow loss to stop her moving forward, as she came full circle to the hospital where she was born to realize her professional goals.
William: Thriving on the Spectrum
Professional assessment & an individualized plan for William and education for the family & community brings hope & transformation through Enable the Children.
Mohamed’s Story: Hope in Action
Diagnosed at 2 with spinal tuberculosis, Mohamed’s life was transformed after an encounter with a physiotherapist from Enable the Children in Sierra Leone.
World Water Day: Partnering to Provide Water
With so many people lacking access to clean water around the world, partnership proves a positive way to work toward transformation.
Faith’s Journey to Adulthood
Faith was unable to make progress in her traditional studies, but after meeting with Enable the Children, she had a spark of new hope for her future.
Empowering women is a catalyst to change families, communities, and countries.
Empowering women means offering them opportunities to lead, make change, have their voices heard and skills employed. It also means educating men and boys to value the contribution of women and see them as respected members and agents of change in...