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It’s been a rough year globally, but this GivingTuesday, you can join us in unlocking the possibilities for communities around the world and sharing the power of hope! 

will unlock a $8,000 match from a generous donor!

is our #GivingTuesday goal - before matches are applied!

Cheath

Improved Health

Unlock Cheath’s story by helping us reach $2,500!

Nguch

Increased Understanding

Unlock Nguch Viet’s story by helping us reach $5,250!

Clo Pert

New Opportunities

Unlock Clo Pert’s story by helping us reach $7,000!

Together, we can the share the power of opportunity, the power of dignity, and the power of hope.

Today, you can make a special GivingTuesday gift to help us continue bringing good news to vulnerable communities around the world. Your gift will inspire hope and create opportunities for thousands of people –unlocking access to clean water, quality education, good health, safety from human trafficking, and means of employment.

Don’t miss our special #GivingTuesday Evening Event & Virtual Tour of Mondulkiri, Cambodia, featuring the projects below! 

Jahoo

A sustainable ecotourism camp model that provides local villagers with a strong incentive to conserve endangered primates and their habitat

TapEffect

TapEffect offers a market-based solution for households in rural Cambodia to have access to clean, piped water. As a result, women—upon whom the majority of the clean water burden falls—can have clean water piped into their homes for drinking, washing, gardening, and more.

Konsae Pilot Project

Project Konsae aims to enhance the quality of primary education and the strengthening of community involvement for improved school performance and, hopefully, a project which will empower the community as a whole.

Coming December 1st, Power of Hope: Experience Mondulkiri - in a free Giving Tuesday virtual tour event
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My name is Toeurm Phem, the third of four siblings. We are living in a Bunong community in Mondulkiri Province. After my father passed away, I lived with my mother and my siblings and helped by guarding the cows while my mother did all the farming for the family. At age 13 I had not been to school […] A Priest of a Church accepted me to stay in a student center in Kompong Cham Province and supported me to get education […] I went on to study AA Computer-Secretarial Degree at Don Bosco Vocational Training Center for Women. After graduating there for two years, I got a job at World Hope International. My job at WHI provided me with a whole new experience which helped me to develop into a strong person, patient, forgiving, adaptive, and adaptable; living in harmony with others.”
Toeurm Phem

Jahoo Bookkeeper & WHI Project Assistant for Project Konsae

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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