Up-Close & Personal
Self-care is vital for our overall well-being as care providers to OSAEC survivors. This workshop focused on providing the knowledge and skills to help you develop a self-care plan. Learn how WHI’s self-care activities can help you cope with stress and improve your mental, emotional, and physical health!
While refugees are seeking asylum and safe refuge, risk of human trafficking increases in this type of crisis. Learn how WHI is working to help refugees safe.
WHI believes that young leaders in the community can help minimize the prevalence of OSEC. Read about the OSAEC Awareness youth training we held last month.
We are working to ensure that basic needs are being met and that those who have fled Ukraine and those who have stayed behind have access to help and hope.
With thankfulness on our minds this month, we want to show our appreciation for those working to end SGBV in Cambodia by sharing Akara’s story.
Read Joan’s story of achievement through her disability as we celebrate both the International Day of Sport for Development & Peace and World Health Day.
World Hope Philippines co-hosted a series of trainings to help create effective change in response to the increase of OSAEC…
More than 2.8 million people have now fled Ukraine with the number of people fleeing estimated to reach 4 million. Here is what World Hope is doing so far in response to this ongoing crisis…
World Hope International is pleased to announce Tracy Morgan as our new CEO for Australia.
Honouring Ruth Thomas as she retires from over 20 years of service as World Hope Australia’s Chief Executive Officer
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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.