Village Partnership

Connecting Canada-based churches, schools, and organizations with specific villages to holistically address community-identified needs and support community-led solutions

Village Partnerships

Village Partnership supports individuals in identifying their most pressing needs, and trains communities to make sound decisions and take action towards change. 

Far removed from the technology, commerce, and infrastructure of modern cities, many people living in remote areas throughout developing countries live traditional lifestyles characterized by acute poverty. The cycle of poverty for the people in these communities is perpetual and is due to a combination of several factors including poor infrastructure, lack of education and limited sources of food and income. Through Village Partnerships, spiritual growth, food security, education, agribusiness and community health are addressed in a coordinated way to bring lasting improvement.

One Conversation at a Time

My team and I have been revamping our entire short-term team sending process. Our desire is to form long-lasting relationships between donors and our World Hope global projects. We have narrowed our focus and will intentionally send three types of trips: Partnership,...

Mural Tells The Story of Kenenday Village

Bee was asked to use her talents to create a mural that would show the progress of the village partnership. They visually get to see the village grow as they continue to give to the project

Generations Changed Through Village Partnership

I recently interviewed Denn Guptill (planter/lead pastor) and Deborah Gilbert (missions pastor) of Cornerstone Church in Halifax, NS. They have an amazing story to tell about clean water!Seven years ago, Cornerstone began raising funds to drill deep borehole wells...

Our Work

Since 2003, World Hope International has successfully managed over 25 Village Partnerships.

Investment and Commitment

Churches, schools, and organizations can connect with a specific village in Sierra Leone, Haiti, or the Philippines. The investment and length of commitment of a Village Partnership varies, depending on village need and size. On average, partnerships last three years.

Multi-Year, Holistic Approach

By partnering with village leaders and the local church, WHI utilizes a carefully guided multi-year holistic development process designed to continue on its own after WHI involvement has concluded. Current villages include: Bombali Bana, Kamaron, Kathirie, Mabum Station, Mafaray, Maforay Loko, Makoni Line, Makomp Bana, Masseleh, Rogbere 

Owning the Transformation

WHI’s development philosophy centers on the belief that vulnerable communities need knowledge and resources that foster empowerment instead of dependence. This allows villages to take responsibility and ownership of the transformation process, advocating for changes that best address their individual community’s needs.

Our Impact

In 2017, we celebrated our Village Partnership impact.

WHI’s development philosophy centers on the belief that vulnerable communities need knowledge and resources that foster empowerment instead of dependence. This allows villages to take responsibility and ownership of the transformation process, advocating for changes that best address their individual community’s needs.

individuals participated in a leadership training in Sierra Leone.

Village Partnerships successfully ongoing in Haiti, Sierra Leone, and the Philippines.

bushels of groundnut seed and rice were distributed to 55 farmers.

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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