HOPE International (HOPE) is a global, faith-based, non-profit organization focused on poverty alleviation through microenterprise development. HOPE’s vision is to enable sustainable economic development that results in significant and lasting change, temporal and enternal, in the lives of many people living in poverty. HOPE works in twelve countries: Afghanistan, China, the Dominican Republic, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Haiti, Moldova, Romania, Russia, Rwanda, South Asia, Uganda and Ukraine. Where possible, HOPE works in conjunction with local believers and the local church. In all areas, HOPE seeks an appropriate means of sharing eternal hope that comes from Christ.
Formed out of the experiences of senior executives and CEO’s in Central Asia, Jholdas Group provides state of the art management processes that ensure stability and growth for the client companies. Jholdas comprises of a team of senior executives and CEO’s dedicated to helping businesses grow and become more profitable. They achieve this objective by combining coaching, training, planning, and implementation with years of experience to produce superior results for their client-partners.
Oldarpoi Mara Community Camp is a safari camp just outside the gates of the Masai Mara Game reserve. The camp is solely owned by the local Masai community and aims to bring transformational development socially and economically to the local Masai communities, turning them into self-reliant and self-sustaining communities, through profitable eco-tourism activities.
Opportunity International is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping the working poor. We provide small loans that allow poor entrepreneurs to start or expand a business, develop a steady income, provide for their families and create jobs for their neighbors. We also offer savings, microinsurance, business training and many more services to 1.1 million working poor in 28 developing nations.
World Relief partners with local evangelical churches to bring relief to suffering people and restores hope through ministries that address poverty, disease, hunger, persecution and the effects of war and disasters. In some of the world’s poorest nations, World Relief’s community banking or microfinance program (rooted in the church) is helping thousands of families escape poverty’s vicious cycle. More than 85,000 families are benefiting from life-changing loans, also called “life-loans”.