World Hope International
World Hope International (WHI) is a Christian relief and development organization that works with vulnerable and exploited communities to alleviate poverty, suffering and worldwide injustices.
WHI was founded in 1996 and now works in fifteen of the world’s poorest countries. Our work focuses on eight key areas: anti-trafficking and gender-based violence, clean water wells and sanitation, rural and economic development, agriculture, education, emergency response, health and nutrition and child sponsorship.
WHI’s vision is to empower those in need with opportunity, dignity and hope so they can be the agents of change for themselves, their families and their communities. Our programs bring tangible and positive change to the people we serve. WHI focuses on long-term results by providing resources and knowledge to the poor and most vulnerable so they can break the cycle of poverty and ultimately become agents of change.
During the last two decades, WHI has become a leading-edge Christian relief and development organization that is recognized by partners and governments alike as a successful service model for those in need.
Some of WHI’s successes in Africa include:
- Drilled 1,159 wells benefitting more than 800,000 men, women and children,
- Launched a mobile power project to bring energy to rural areas of Sierra Leone,
- Fought the Ebola outbreak in Sierra Leone as a leading responding agency,
- Established a pineapples and papayas program for smallholder farmers to generate a year-round income,
- Established Liberia’s first anti-human trafficking hotline,
- Screened more than 76,000 children for malnutrition in 2016 and treated 3,000 children for severe acute malnutrition.
World Hope International is classified as a 501(c)(3) organization. Click below to view our most recent independent audit and IRS Form 990.
Donate Now to World Hope International
Please help us by making a commitment to individuals and communities we support in Africa. Your donation will provide:
- $10 a mosquito net to help protect a child from malaria.
- $25 a home-based care kit for a community health worker.
- $34 one month of sponsorship to one child through our Hope for Children program.
- $50 education to five at-risk African youth on HIV prevention.
- $300 one ecologically sound latrine for a neighborhood.
- $4,850 a well and clean drinking water for as many as 2,000 people.
Volunteer opportunities for professionals (medics, technicians, teachers and businesspeople), college students, families and individuals. Service opportunities exist in the United States and Africa.
To donate to this member charity by check, please print our designation form and mail it with your check to
Aid for Africa
P.O. Box 8734
Topeka, KS 66608
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