Coffee Without Borders uses the global currency of coffee to improve the quality of life for people living in developing countries. As one of the most heavily traded commodities in the world, coffee is primarily cultivated in poor countries, while the majority of it is consumed by the wealthy.
Originally posted by Bethany on the Global Hope Network International website Dear Friends, This is Hal Jones, President of GHNI. I just returned from another week in Jordan and meetings with our partners and friends in Syria, Lebanon, Iraq and Jordan. As a father and grandfather my heart was broken as we extended love and […]
Originally posted by Bethany on the Global Hope Network International website Ezbit el Amir Village, Egypt A small pocket of Cairo’s poorest, Ezbit el Amir is a community stuck in a cycle of poverty. Low literacy rates and few jobs, villagers were without hope before GHNI began a Transformational Community Development (TCD) program. In […]
A Village Without Hope
BT Village, located in the Kailali district in SW Nepal, has existed for merely three decades. At the start of 2013, GHNI identified this village at high risk of human trafficking. The elders of BT Village migrated from the mountains to the Kailali district in hopes of escaping severe oppression. With no money, no job opportunities, and a social caste system that considers these individuals (Dalits, otherwise known as “The Untouchables”) to be worthless, they cleared out a space in the forest, optimistic about building a better tomorrow for their people. Read More