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Disaster Resiliency

Natural disasters will always happen, but they don’t have to be as devastating

Because we know disasters happen, we can prepare in advance for them and, in their aftermath, build back better.

We create resiliency when we design and implement sustainable initiatives that enable impacted or disaster-prone communities to effectively transition into recovery and beyond.

Whether these solutions involve clean water training, emergency response prepositioning, strengthening existing systems, or building back better, WHI is working to build disaster resiliency around the world. We partner with other disaster response organizations as well as the corporate sector to provide long-term, sustainable solutions that work before, during, and after disasters.

World Hope is also part of the Clinton Global Initiative Action Network on Post-Disaster Recovery and is committed to preparing to support freshwater production in disasters.

Keeping Refugees Safe in Times of Displacement

While refugees are seeking asylum and safe refuge, risk of human trafficking increases in this type of crisis. Learn how WHI is working to help refugees safe.

Empowering Women Through MoPo

We are excited to celebrate two woman who’s lives have been greatly impacted by our Mobile Power project. Read their stories of change!

Committed to Serve: Haitian Doctors & Nurses Deploy to Mainland Following 7.2 Earthquake

Haitian doctors and nurses of La Gonâve Wesleyen Hospital heard about the desperate need for medical assistance following the earthquake – and responded…

Honoring women who work in disaster areas

“I have the honor of taking a front seat to watch women serve in areas that are male-dominated in many cultures. I’m thinking specifically of those serving in disaster and emergency relief ministries…”

A Cup of Cold Water

Haitians living on La Gonâve now no longer have to question whether or not their water source is safe or clean or good. “A cup of cold water poured in the name of Jesus is a different kind of cup of water,” Dr. Jo Anne Lyon, General Superintendent Emeritus of The...

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