Disaster Resiliency

Natural disasters will always happen, but they don’t have to be as devastating

Because we know disasters happen, we can prepare in advance for them and, in their aftermath, build back better.

We create resiliency when we design and implement sustainable initiatives that enable impacted or disaster-prone communities to effectively transition into recovery and beyond.

Whether these solutions involve clean water training, emergency response prepositioning, strengthening existing systems, or building back better, WHI is working to build disaster resiliency around the world. We partner with other disaster response organizations as well as the corporate sector to provide long-term, sustainable solutions that work before, during, and after disasters.

World Hope is also part of the Clinton Global Initiative Action Network on Post-Disaster Recovery and is committed to preparing to support freshwater production in disasters.

Virtual Event: Walk 4 Hope Kickoff

Join us for the special virtual launch of the Walk 4 Hope, with both WHI Australia and WHI USA this Saturday, April 17th!

From One Kid to Another

7th Grader, Kinsley, raises money to fund her own Child Sponsorship through World Hope to help make a life-changing impact in someone’s life…

Celebrating World Autism Awareness Day with ETC

On April 2nd the world celebrates the 14th annual World Autism Day. Learn how the Enable the Children program helps support children with Autism and their families in Sierra Leone.

Surprised by Water

I sat on a log along with hundreds of others both standing and sharing the log with me in a remote village in Zambia… We all had our eyes glued on the large drilling rig, hoping to see water gush up from the ground…

Peace Island Dedication

Join us on March 18th to celebrate the Launch of New Community Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene Infrastructure in Monrovia, Liberia

Related Projects

Water Training

Emergency Response

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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.

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