New Partnerships



The partnerships shown below are the ones we have most recently formed. Typically Bright Hope World spends at least two to three years developing a new partnership before it is made available to prospective donors. This period of relationship building and due diligence is critically important in ensuring that any partnerships we embark upon are successful and donors can be assured they are investing wisely.

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PARTNERSHIPS WITH NO CURRENT DONOR

Dem. Rep. of Congo, Africa

DRC03c - LASI


LASI was established in 1991 when the HIV/AIDS epidemic was in full cry. Pastor Bingi was just a young man and in his ministry met many people experiencing such trauma because of their circumstances that they were in no position to hear the good news he preached to them. He therefore determined that he had to become more closely involved with people to be able to deliver the words of life so he established LASI to advocate for people and help them.



Partnership Ref.:

DRC03c

Commenced:

25/08/2019

Funding Status:

No Current Donor

Partnership Type:

Humanitarian

Funding Size:

$8,000 - $14,999


Indonesia, Asia

IDN02 - Community Empowerment


Spread across six different locations in the middle of Sumatra, this organisation supports poor families with loans to establish small businesses, assists young people to obtain an education, has a preschool/kindergarten for 100 children, and run camps and seminars for young people and leadership development.



Partnership Ref.:

IDN02

Commenced:

27/05/2019

Funding Status:

No Current Donor

Partnership Type:

Community / Agriculture Development, Micro-enterprise / Micro-loans, Training / Education

Funding Size:

$3,000 - $7,999




FULLY FUNDED PARTNERSHIPS

Afghanistan, Middle East

AFG01 - Village of Peace


Afghanistan has been ravaged by war for decades. It has to be one of the hardest places in the world to establish a different way. The Village of Peace people have developed a way to establish Peace communities based around caring for the most vulnerable and creating jobs and incomes for them to become self-sustaining.



Partnership Ref.:

AFG01

Commenced:

25/08/2019

Funding Status:

Fully Funded

Partnership Type:

Community / Agriculture Development, Orphans & Vulnerable Children, Humanitarian

Funding Size:

$3,000 - $7,999


Dem. Rep. of Congo, Africa

DRC06 - Misericorde


There are many vulnerable children in the Katanga Province of the DRC, in particular in Likasi, a mining city of about half a million people. A group of Christians have decided to care for as many of these abandoned children as they can with their own resources. Currently there are about 50 children being assisted.



Partnership Ref.:

DRC06

Commenced:

25/08/2019

Funding Status:

Fully Funded

Partnership Type:

Orphans & Vulnerable Children, Humanitarian, Training / Education

Funding Size:

$3,000 - $7,999


Dem. Rep. of Congo, Africa

DRC07 - Community Hope Action Ministry Self-Help Groups


There are many issues in Beni and Bunia, primarily because it is a volatile area with many stake-holders. There is little hope that the major conflicts will end in the near future but even if they do, there are many traumatized people with little chance of resuming life without some form of assistance to do so.



Partnership Ref.:

DRC07

Commenced:

25/08/2019

Funding Status:

Fully Funded

Partnership Type:

Micro-enterprise / Micro-loans, Orphans & Vulnerable Children, Community / Agriculture Development

Funding Size:

$8,000 - $14,999


Tanzania, Africa

TAN02 - Mazingara Village Water Development


Mazingara is a village wracked by intergenerational poverty. More than 1,000 people live in the area and there is no safe water. People collect ground water from more than 5 kms away for all uses. The water is contaminated and unsafe and the people just never wash. There is rampant sickness and disease from poor hygiene and little food in the village. The previous rainy season the village houses were all severely damaged by floods and the people are too poor to rebuild them. The primary need here according to the leaders of the village is for water.



Partnership Ref.:

TAN02

Commenced:

23/04/2019

Funding Status:

Fully Funded

Partnership Type:

Community / Agriculture Development, Humanitarian, Evangelism / Church Planting

Funding Size:

$15,000 - $99,999


6 Partnerships