Up-Close & Personal
Reflections on a visit to Papua New Guinea and the opening of The Nomad Mougulu High School.
Respectfully adopting the Bunong word ‘Jahoo’ meaning female Gibbon, World Hope is working alongside the Indigenous Community Committee (ICC) towards a low impact, eco-tourism plan, enhancing both the previous business model and camp facilities for future visitors…
“I realized that I want to be a vessel of healing and hope and being a counselor is an avenue to do so…”
Sierra Leone High Court Hands Down Sentences on Two Traffickers Convicted in Landmark Anti-Trafficking Case
“Exploitation like human trafficking is terrible because not only is it enslavement, but it also preys on the victim’s hopes for the future and steals their dreams, their trust, and their opportunity,” stated Saidu. “Now there is a message from the Government of Sierra Leone that this is not acceptable.”
Discover what World Hope is doing among the Bunong communities in Cambodia to combat deforestation & poaching, preserve culture, provide clean water, and more
Dr. Jo Anne Lyon, the founder of World Hope International, recently returned to Sierra Leone after a decade away. She shares some highlights and reflections from her visit…
Law enforcement officers involved in cracking a major trafficking ring had just completed an anti-TIP training facilitated by World Hope International…
“As I look back over 2019 and how World Hope International has impacted lives across the Asia Pacific region, there are a few highlights which I want to share with you as our partners in this work…”
One softly spoken farmer proudly uttered “Thanks to mushroom farming, I can now afford to build a toilet…”
How do you help young children affected by trauma begin to heal? What about younger children who don’t understand they have been abused…?
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