OUR IMPACT

For 20+ years Global Hope Network International has been helping communities work toward sustainable change.

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Countries in Africa, Asia, and the Middle East

villagers impacted each year

staff, volunteers, trainers, and partners

Working all together, the number of villages impacted across Africa, Asia and the Middle East multiplies to 5-10 more villages.

Where do we work?

Click on these countries: Afghanistan, Armenia, Egypt, India, Indonesia, Jordan, Myanmar, Nepal, Tajikistan, Thailand, and Turkey.

Others coming soon

WATER
FOOD
WELLNESS
EDUCATION
INCOME

Ndari* is a 37-year-old mother of four who lives in Polewali, Indonesia. She spent most of her life assuming that daily access to clean water was a luxury beyond the reach of her family and neighbors. She assumed that water rationing, poor hygiene, and spending time and energy to walk 1.2 miles to get water from the river was just a part of life.

After eight months of saving and organizing, thirty households now have two new wells with pumps and tanks, and more than enough water to meet their daily needs!

Four farmers in Cameroon received loans in the form of farm equipment and inputs made of knapsacks, irrigation cans, farm ingredients, and quality seeds to boost vegetable and soybean production. 

“We have the skills to grow our local vegetables, but we cannot boost our production due to lack of basic farm equipment and ingredients. This loan will boost our production and ensure food for the family and local supply to our market, improving our livelihood”, declares Bonyat, one of the recipients.

Ndari* is a 37-year-old mother of four who lives in Polewali, Indonesia. She spent most of her life assuming that daily access to clean water was a luxury beyond the reach of her family and neighbors. She assumed that water rationing, poor hygiene, and spending time and energy to walk 1.2 miles to get water from the river was just a part of life.

After eight months of saving and organizing, thirty households now have two new wells with pumps and tanks, and more than enough water to meet their daily needs!

Our teacher Moreen has taught our beloved English students many lessons. The seasons of the year were one of them. The weather was lovely, so she took the students outside and the students loved the new experience of learning outside a classroom. They enjoyed the nice spring weather, learning, and live-practising. Other lessons were about how to apologise and about numbers. The teacher is using different and fun ways to teach the children so they can learn in the best and most enjoyable way. Sometimes she pairs them up to practice by conversing with each other. The students are also asked to form sentences and ask questions.

Tyag received a business loan to start his business of creating and selling ornaments.  During the COVID-19 lockdown, he worked in his own home so he made a very good income during the lockdown time.

Now, he earns a sustainable income in which he can provide good food, good health, and good education for his children. He has been able to build a beautiful house for his family!

Gambella, Kenya Case

Gambella Village worked for 5 years to transform their village, graduating from our Transformational Community Development (TCD) program this past summer. The total cost for 5 years was less than $90,000!  In their final report, the GHNI Kenya team summarizes the village’s progress and great news about what lies ahead for Gambella Village.

BEFORE

AFTER

Gambella was drinking water from the camel stream. This led to high disease rates and infant mortality rate.

Water Committee formed. A well is now maintained, and families have been taught to make low-cost biosand filters. Clean water has flowed continuously ever since.

Parched ground in this drought area led to high starvation rates. Families lived on less than one meal per day.

Villagers formed an Agriculture Committee. Three harvests annually each yield over one metric ton. Every family has 3 meals daily, plus surplus to sell for income.

Gambella Village had high rates of infant mortality and adult sickness, and high loss-of-work time from sickness.

Villagers formed a Wellness Committee which taught scores of health lessons to the village, reducing infant mortality to near zero. And no new AIDS cases.

No women produced income. There were no businesses in the village. Men held animal-herding jobs for less than $1/ day.

Villagers formed Income Groups. Now there are over 30 small businesses in the village, many run by women, and families have enough money for education and health, some making $10-20/ day.

Gambella had no school. A couple dozen children were learning under this tree with volunteer teachers.

Education Committee formed. Simple classrooms and school grounds were built, attracting teachers. Now there is a principal, vice-principal, 8 teachers, and 200 children in school daily.

HELP TRANSFORM THE LIVES OF  VILLAGERS NOW

By donating today, you can help sustainably transform the lives of villagers in Africa, Asia, and the Middle East. Will you join us to bring hope to the poorest villages of the world and help them transform themselves?

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