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Empowering individuals and communities to lead the way to positive, sustainable change

Vulnerable populations will remain vulnerable until they are empowered to be active citizens and become the movers and shakers in their communities.

In order to address challenges including dirty water, poverty, human trafficking, gender-based violence,  food security, climate change, and more, we work within communities to empower individuals to become catalysts for positive, sustainable change and build an engaged civil society.

This includes facilitating dialogue between communities, businesses, and governments.

Whether it’s through the establishment of our Village Water Committees, Village Development Committees, Community Early Childhood Development Committees, Indigenous Community Committees, or more, we are striving to empower vulnerable populations at the individual and community level to lead the positive change long after we are gone. 

HILOM: Self-Care Training

Self-care is vital for our overall well-being as care providers to OSAEC survivors. This workshop focused on providing the knowledge and skills to help you develop a self-care plan. Learn how WHI’s self-care activities can help you cope with stress and improve your mental, emotional, and physical health!

Empowering Youth on OSAEC Awareness

WHI believes that young leaders in the community can help minimize the prevalence of OSEC. Read about the OSAEC Awareness youth training we held last month.

Promoting Survivor Support

With thankfulness on our minds this month, we want to show our appreciation for those working to end SGBV in Cambodia by sharing Akara’s story.

Addressing OSAEC Locally Through Trainings

World Hope Philippines co-hosted a series of trainings to help create effective change in response to the increase of OSAEC…

Voices of Hope

During this commemorative month—National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month—I wanted to take the time to reflect on goodness, light, and hope…

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