Opportunity, Dignity, & Hope

Clean Water & Energy

Clean water is a holistic issue

Global Health

High-quality healthcare and prevention services


Ensuring everyone has access to human rights

Social Ventures

Market-based solutions to fight global poverty

Free Event: Trek into the Cambodian Jungle with World Hope!

Join us on October 25th and experience Mondulkiri on an exclusive virtual tour.

Alleviate Poverty By Providing Opportunity, Dignity, and Hope

Our vision is to provide those in need with opportunity, dignity, and hope so they can possess the tools for change in themselves, their family, and their community. WHI supports all people regardless of ethnicity, gender, race, or religion.

WHI uses market-based and community-driven enterprise solutions to empower, protect, and build resiliency through innovative, environmentally conscious, and transformative projects. We deliver our programming through strategic local and global partnerships to create a maximal, sustainable impact.

In Profile! Maria Gabriela

Welcome, Maria Gabriela to the World Hope International team! Read how she ended up working in WASH and what she sees as the future of WASH and WHI.

Oxygen for Barbados

Barbados is set to become oxygen self-sufficient and receive a gift of vital pharmaceutical drugs and PPE in partnership with the US Government and US-based non-profits.

Transforming Access to Education

Join us in celebrating the completion of a major project this year! Read on to see the transformation that took place in Liberia.

Handing the Baton

“I am grateful for the privilege of serving in the role of CEO for so many years, for the chance to build World Hope International in Australia, to work with so many amazing and talented team members around the world…”

Lessons in Love Amid Disasters

Jo Anne reflects on her journey into Pakistan as WHI responded to the 7.6 magnitude earthquake that shook the region in 2005.

Children assisted with education through child sponsorships in 2019

participants attended Family Support Groups in Sierra Leone in 2019

individuals gained access to safely managed drinking water in 2019

Don’t Miss a Single Story!


Please note that in the unlikely event a specific appeal becomes overfunded, surplus funds will be redirected towards a similar relief or community development project.

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