Rwanda, April 1994 . . . I’ll never forget it. During 100 nightmarish days and nights, nearly 1 million Tutsi men, women, and children were mercilessly slaughtered by the machetes of their own Hutu neighbors. The world was left in shock as the news images caught up with what had been happening in Rwanda and [...]
The team from Thomasville First United Methodist Church shared testimonies and stories at the Village of Reconciliation. Here, victims and perpetrators of the genocide now live as neighbors. Read more about this unique village on our blog: http://blog.worldhelp.net/2012/05/lessons-from-the-village-of-reconciliation/
Our child sponsors have remained dedicated during trying economic times, and we are so grateful for their faithful support. Each gift provides necessities such as food, clean water, access to medical care, education, and the opportunity to grow spiritually—a true and lasting investment. Recently, we made an important change in our Child Sponsorship Program. The [...]
The situation seems so overwhelming, so hopeless. Up to 80 percent of children in rural Guatemala are severely malnourished . . . and thousands of them die every year. For some, rescue will never come. For others, rescue comes too late. But there is hope—through Operation Baby Rescue. It’s a program strategically equipped to save [...]
We love seeing the joy of a child’s smile! At World Help, we have many programs dedicated to the health and well-being of children in dozens of countries across the globe.
The Global Hunger Fund allows us to act fast during times of crisis and food shortages. It also provides opportunities to build towards sustainable income for the future. One of the ways we can do this is through rapid growing produce, as pictured above in Uganda.
When we watched the crisis in the Horn of Africa unfold, we felt we couldn’t act quickly enough. We launched an urgent campaign to intervene in the lives of thousands of people by sending containers of nutrient-packed food and medical supplies. What our supporters accomplished was incredible—32 containers of aid sent to the Horn; thousands [...]