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“I remember telling a CHW who was also a tribal birth assistant and how excited she got that she could provide better care and have a better monitoring system for women in her community…”
“I want every one of our kids to know they are special and to have play and joy in their lives. Integrating sports and sports therapy in our program gives a space for this in addition to breaking barriers…”
Imagine going to the hospital with a bursting appendix and the hospital is dark; the power is out. Picture yourself as a doctor in the middle of an intense operation and the lights go off, the machines power down and suddenly you’re operating without the ability to see clearly and without working support machines…
“In time past, Baoma was the host to any water-related disease outbreak prevalence like typhoid, cholera, diarrhea, and vomiting, etc…”
World Hope International Featured in Case Studies Published by USAID’s Center for Faith and Opportunity Initiatives
USAID’s Center for Faith and Opportunity Initiatives (CFOI) published the “Compendium of Case Studies on Faith-Based and Community Engagement to Achieve U.S. Development Goals.” This compilation of case studies features World Hope International’s response to the Ebola outbreak.
NEWS ALERT: Sierra Leone Country Director, Saidu Kanu, Named Outstanding International NGO Leader of the Year
Saidu Kanu, WHI’s Sierra Leone Country Director was honored as the Outstanding International NGO Leader of the Year by the African Consulting Groups.
World Hope International has committed to ensuring all Healthcare Facilities receive universal coverage of basic water, sanitation, and hygiene services by 2030
Children living with disabilities had the opportunity to participate in a 2-hour soccer training session at the National Stadium in Freetown, Sierra Leone…
The U.S. Southern Command announced on Tuesday, May 7th, that “The U.S. Navy hospital ship USNS Comfort (T-AH 20) is scheduled to deploy in June”. World Hope International is again seeking volunteer, licensed medical professionals, as well as Spanish speaking interpreters to staff the ship.
Last year, Tamara Tangeman served as a representative for World Hope International aboard hospital ship USNS Comfort during the ship’s stops in Ecuador and Peru on an 11-week medical support mission…
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