Remarkable people facing some of the world's most difficult living conditions are raising their hand to say they want to do their part to improve their circumstances.

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The Remarkable People We Serve

These are the extraordinary people who have received a hand up from Just Hope International through partners like you, and used it to better themselves, their family and their community. Follow their journeys.

Where We Serve

Select a project to learn more about our work and the remarkable people we serve there.

What We Do

Through relationships, we achieve our mission of economic empowerment using a variety of tools, based on local needs and market opportunities.

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October
17
2017

Thanks for Joining Just Hope International at Kid’s Day 2017!

We had a blast at the second annual Kid’s Day, presented by Just Hope International! Check out the recap video and explore the photo gallery to re-live the fun! Click here to view the photo gallery… Travel to Sierra Leone with Our Virtual Reality Experience Our virtual reality experience transported kids (and parents!) to Sierra… continue reading
October
14
2017

LAST CHANCE: $10,000 Matching Opportunity to Help Kids & Families

Nearly 385 million children worldwide live in extreme poverty. Children suffer the most from poverty, with the effects damaging their physical and mental development, and negatively impacting their communities over time. Just Hope works to empower parents to increase their household income so that they can provide healthy food, a good education and quality healthcare for their… continue reading
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Prayer Needs

Identifying Leadership Potential

Project: Growing and Saving
Location: Bauya, Sierra Leone

Our Agriculture Training and Savings Groups teams in West Africa are working to identify leadership potential in their program participants. Join us as we pray for the wisdom to identify the characteristics they need to lead well. Pray we will find individuals who want to grow and empower others in their communities through teaching and sharing.

Use the Hard Times to Push Forward in a Positive Direction

Project: Survival Skills in Dominican Republic
Location: La Romana, Dominican Republic

As part of their lesson in spiritual growth, Survival Skills students in the Dominican Republic wrote on a sheet of paper what has hurt them in life and what they wish to heal and overcome. After, they went outside to burn the paper and participated in a prayer of healing. These students’ difficult pasts often include abuse, violence and trauma – healing and learning to cope are important preparation for their future. We ask God to help these students heal from their past, and pray that they can learn how to use the hard times to push forward in a positive direction.
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The hand up you provide could be the turning point for an individual who has expressed a genuine desire to improve his or her circumstances.