Just Hope International empowers people living in some of the world’s most difficult conditions to transform their futures for generations by producing income for their families. Through this model of economic empowerment, Just Hope engages directly with people who are doing their part to improve their circumstances and connects them with training, tools and opportunities.
Just Hope is a not-for-profit organization under U.S. I.R.S. 501(c) 3. It is a non-governmental organization (NGO).
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Our entrepreneur development curriculum includes:
Just Hope partnered with a local farm owner/operator in Monterrey, Honduras in the formation of a 15-acre dwarf banana enterprise, for which there was a ready buyer in place. After the first crop cycle, revenue made the farm a self-sustaining operation that will increase household income and food security for many in the village. The infusion of this income has a ripple effect in the community, creating greater stability for its people, and stemming the flow of workers away from the village. Learn more…
Just Hope has had a presence in Bauya, Sierra Leone since 2013. Throughout this time, we have formed relationships with many people eager to do their part to improve their circumstances. As many of our partners establish businesses such as palm oil production and goat husbandry, it is our privilege to walk with them and offer support. Our “boots on the ground” in Bauya mentor these burgeoning business people, guiding them in solid business practices. Learn more…
We seek to form strategic partnerships with like-minded organizations in our broad economic development projects. Use the form below to get in touch, or email pradeep@justhopeinternational.
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