Disaster Resiliency

Natural disasters will always happen, but they don’t have to be as devastating

Because we know disasters happen, we can prepare in advance for them and, in their aftermath, build back better.

We create resiliency when we design and implement sustainable initiatives that enable impacted or disaster-prone communities to effectively transition into recovery and beyond.

Whether these solutions involve clean water training, emergency response prepositioning, strengthening existing systems, or building back better, WHI is working to build disaster resiliency around the world. We partner with other disaster response organizations as well as the corporate sector to provide long-term, sustainable solutions that work before, during, and after disasters.

World Hope is also part of the Clinton Global Initiative Action Network on Post-Disaster Recovery and is committed to preparing to support freshwater production in disasters.

Making Things New

When other organizations were shutting down and pushing pause on current work, World Hope did not close. We did the opposite. Our doors remained open and our staff pivoted in strategy to find a way to address COVID.

Rehabilitating Wells in Liberia

“There are a lot of wells that are broken and if we can rehab these wells, then we can do it much quicker; we can begin to get clean water and then we can help with the soap for sanitation, so people can wash their hands.”

Rethinking Sanitation

A current International and Community Development Masters Degree student at Deakin University in Melbourne, Sonia Louise Cozens is interning with World Hope International Australia in Cambodia for several months. Traveling out to our various site locations across the...

Well Drilled at School Brings Hygiene & Happiness

“I told the team it was water that we desperately needed. I expressed to the team how long the school has been struggling with this water issue…”

Building Back Better: Changing Focus in The Bahamas

Moving forward, our volunteers will also support rebuilding efforts across the devastated communities, helping The Bahamas build back better. But that’s not all. In a new partnership with Tesla…

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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