Blog: Wellness

Perseverance in the Face of Tragedy

Refugees in Jordan


Families Adopting Families


*Nono is an elderly lady from Bagdad, Iraq who lives with her daughter and son. In 2016, a bomb exploded beside their house and, consequently, her son was killed, and her house was destroyed. Because of this, the family decided to flee to Duhok, Iraq and stayed there for a month at her daughter’s house. When their papers were approved, they left Iraq for Jordan.


Children Express Joy in Learning

House of Ruth, Jordan


English Class


Healthier Oil from Their Crops

Dhoker Jhara Village, India


This November, farmers of Dhoker Jhara Village focused on a new crop option. Since the climatic conditions were not good this year, productivity of rice had fallen. Villagers were advised to grow mustard in large amounts.


Looking Beyond Differences

Ezbit el Nakhl Village, Egypt


Children of Ezbit el Nakhl


Hope and Healing Breeds Forgiveness

Upper Egypt Village Cluster, Egypt


The villagers of Nubia suffered a lot of neglect and displacement from their homes and villages because of the construction of the High Dam. The society now suffers from poverty, high illiteracy, and divorce.


Teaching Acceptance and Love for All

Helwan Village, Egypt


Children of Helwan


What Can $1 a Day Provide?

Global Hope Network is looking for 100 world-changers to commit to giving $1 a day in 2019 to help end extreme poverty in Asia, Africa, and the Middle East. If we reach this goal, we will have raised enough funds to cover the costs of Transformational Community Development (TCD) in two villages for an entire year!