From the Desk of Tanya
Thoughts & Updates
My dad exemplified the success in learning and if he could do it…couldn’t I? It was often the boost I needed in the middle of the night as I worked on my graduate degree.
This Summer, the death of Georgina Hayes continued to confirm the importance of legacy in my life. She was a person whose legacy will be felt for generations to come.
Fresh Water Production volunteers have been cycling in and out of the Bahamas since Hurricane Dorian delivered a deadly blow on September 1, 2019. World Hope International has been pumping clean water in the Bahamas for a full month and we still turn people away at the end of the day.
I am grateful that our two Canadian volunteers, Deborah Gilbert, and James Penney, were able to join the relief teams to provide clean water this week.
For most of my life, I have been described as someone who sees the world through rose-colored glasses – audaciously optimistic. So, although ministry to children with disabilities in Sierra Leone was new to me, it was not long before I felt passionate about this marginalized and stigmatized populace.
Have you ever wanted a glimpse into Tanya’s life? Look no further! This blog should answer some of your frequently asked questions about Tanya — who she is professionally as well as personally.
Some people leave a legacy through money, family name, or personal belongings, but Tatiana left a legacy through the lives she touched…
Hi from eastern Europe and from the beautiful city of Odessa, Ukraine. My week of visiting World Hope International projects has been exciting…
Greetings from not-Canada! This week I am writing to you from Odessa, Ukraine, where World Hope International has a community-based program called Hope House.
His name was Yura and he arrived at First Step Centre last week, shivering and wet.
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