Inside Latin America’s clean water crisis

Inside Latin America’s clean water crisis

Latin America is home to some of the world’s largest rivers and lakes. The region gets more rainfall than most other places around the globe. So why is it that Latin America is suffering a major water crisis? The answer — while there is plenty of water in Latin...
What happens when you give lifesaving aid?

What happens when you give lifesaving aid?

Have you ever wanted to make a big impact for people in need but felt like you didn’t have the resources? It’s a common misconception that you need massive influence to change the world. In reality, when you give to projects like shipping lifesaving supplies, even $1...

When Small Homes Make a Big Difference

When I was young, I used to love building forts in my backyard. My friends and I would use sticks and branches to form tent-like structures and then hide underneath and play games. Our forts were ramshackle and poorly constructed, so they usually fell apart by the end...

Impacting Children in Haiti: Five Years Later

More than 230,000 lives were taken, 300,000 injured, and 1.5 million people were displaced by the catastrophic 7.0 earthquake that struck Haiti on January 12, 2010 . . . five years ago. This nation still feels the effects of this tragic disaster, as an estimated...

Called to Bring Sustainable Change

This is Christ Community Church (CCC) from East Taunton, Massachusetts—a family of Christ followers that is partnering with World Help to bring sustainable change to impoverished Guatemalan villages. They first came to Guatemala several years ago, where they were...

Sustainability Transforms Communities

I’m in Guatemala with World Help this week watching the words “sustainable transformation” come alive. Sustainability literally means “The endurance of systems or processes.” So how does that translate to sharing hope in impoverished Guatemalan communities? Simply...
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