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World AIDS Day | 2014

Today, there are 35 million people in our world living with HIV/AIDS, including 3.2 million children . . . The brunt of the crisis largely affects sub-Saharan Africa, and the fallout has been absolutely devastating. HIV/AIDS stifles economies, limits educational...

Women, Water, and Hope for Equality

The hills of Rwanda tell a story all their own. It was here, 20 years ago, that a nation’s darkest chapter unfolded in a 100-day massacre that wiped out more than a million innocent victims. Memories of the hate-infused slaughter cast long shadows on Rwanda’s rising...

A Partnership That Restores Hope

World Help proudly partners with inspiring individuals all around the world whose lives are dedicated to ensuring that others have hope. And Mannu Rongong is a striking example of such devotion. She works to bring hope to women and young girls living in the...

Reflections on AIDS 2012 | Being the Solution

Distributing life-saving supplies to Syrian refugees, rescuing children from the clutches of malnutrition, establishing clean-water projects, planting churches, educating children—these are just a few of World Help’s many active initiatives. It comes as no surprise to...

Village of Hope

After his mother succumbed to the AIDS that had ravaged her body, David was shuffled between the homes of distant relatives and eventually, to anyone who was willing to care for him. Amidst the perpetual uncertainty of having to find a new home, this precious child...
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