Blog: Other Regions

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GHNI is working with Refugee Families in Greece.  More information will be available in the very near future!

New Direction for Roma/Gypsy People

Đorgovska Mahala Village, Serbia

Committed to serving her congregation for more than twenty years, Snezana is the pastor’s wife of the church near the village of Đorgovska Mahala. Her heart is for the extremely poor and marginalized whom she relates to daily. Well before GHNI offered to come alongside her, Snezana had been working among the poor in twenty villages in south Serbia.  


Building a Home for the Homeless

House of Esther, Armenia

Before winter set in, our team descended upon the House of Esther with several boxes filled with necessary household items, tools, and building materials. The weather was nice and warm, so we worked long hours, with enthusiasm and hope, to finish as much as possible. The construction contractor, his workers, and some local friends were helping us.

Progress in Ending Extreme Poverty

By, Bethany Marinelli

The year of 2015 will go into the books as one of great change and progress for Global Hope Network International. Our staff has worked hard, both in the field in Africa, Asia, and the Middle East, and in our resource offices in France, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, and the United States.

It’s difficult to truly quantify the hard work of Hidden and Hurting around the world who toiled toward a future of Hope. It is they whom we stand by in awe as they inspire us to push forward to end extreme poverty.

Yeva’s Holiday Wish: A Safe Place to Begin Again

By, Annakarina Rincon

GHNI Leadership Visit House of Esther

House of Esther, Armenia

In early October, we presented the House of Esther at a gathering in Ferney Voltaire, France.  People were interested in helping the Syrian refugee families. We explained that we are getting ready to host refugee families once we finish the basic renovations on the house. A few volunteered their time to visit and help where needed. A few doctors and sociologists may provide counseling and assistance to abused women to speed the healing and recovery process.

Welcome Picnic for Refugee Families

House of Esther, Armenia

Before our opening picnic in August, many final preparations and renovations were accomplished.

Families Serving Refugees

House of Esther, Armenia

Back in early July, two volunteers and my family arrived with me at the House of Esther. We worked long hours with the contractor and local workers to finish the center as much as possible. The 2nd of August was our day introducing the House of Esther to the refugee families, locals, and different humanitarian organizations.

Introducing the House of Esther!

House of Esther, Armenia

Ready to initiate developing the House of Esther, I gathered the necessary materials I would need for my trip to Armenia in April. Accompanied by one volunteer, I was equipped with the flyers I’d need for meetings with various organizations and friends to build support and a team of volunteers. Once on location, the renovation process was ready to begin.