Now Responding to Hurricane Dorian!
When it’s a matter of life or death—we’re moving quickly to address the needs of those in urgent need of relief.
What Are We Up To?
Our projects are innovative, environmentally conscious, and transformative, and we deliver our programming through strategic local and global partnerships to create a maximal, sustainable impact.
- Jan 11, 2021
In 2020, World Hope’s Anti-Trafficking and Gender-Based Violence Team in Sierra Leone served nearly 1,000 survivors, including children and adults—many of whom were exploited through migration. One of them was a 28-year-old young woman who only dreamed of making a better life for herself and her family...
- Nov 21, 2020
One woman shares her story of survival - and her call for an end to violence against women and girls...
- Nov 4, 2020
This December 1st, “Travel” with us to Mondulkiri, Cambodia, in this special #GivingTuesday Virtual Tour Event!
- Oct 22, 2020
Dr. Jo Anne Lyon, Founder of World Hope International, shares her thoughts and reflections on handwashing, the pandemic, and the global church's response to the vital need for clean water...
- Oct 19, 2020
Watch this World Bank Annual Meetings Virtual Event on surmounting COVID-19 setbacks. The program features an IFC-funded project being implemented by World Hope in Sierra Leone to help those most at risk from the crisis: women and girls.
We’re Making a Cross-Sector Impact
Transformation is never a single-issue project; it’s as multi-dimensional as people are themselves—and so the work we do is, too.
“Everyone, including those living in hard-to-reach communities, deserves relief and vital necessities like clean water immediately following an emergency. In partnering with World Hope International, we have been able to help those in need who may not otherwise receive aid in time.”
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.