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

DRC03b - Rehema Prison Ministry


Bunia Central Prison has approximately 1,200 people incarcerated, with men, women and children all in the same prison. Some of the children were born in prison. Jacqueline Atido and her team go into the prison every Saturday and conduct a Bible study as well as providing Christian counseling to any who need particular help and prayer.



Partnership Ref.:

DRC03b

Commenced:

25/03/2019

Funding Status:

No Current Donor

Partnership Type:

Humanitarian, Orphans & Vulnerable Children

Funding Size:

$3,000 - $7,999


Nepal, Asia

NEP04 - Books Reading Cafe


The Books Reading Cafe is a fusion of books (both a library and books to buy), an internet facility, and a coffee and food cafe in a peaceful environment. It is a place where ROHS can meet people and share the gospel and where discipleship can happen naturally. There is a real lack of good cafes in Kathmandu where people can study and also enjoy healthy food.



Partnership Ref.:

NEP04

Commenced:

25/06/2019

Funding Status:

No Current Donor

Partnership Type:

Community / Agriculture Development, Evangelism / Church Planting

Funding Size:

$3,000 - $7,999


Pakistan, Asia

PAK11 - EGM Kusar water purifying project


Pakistan is one of the top five countries worldwide improving access to clean water but despite this progress 22 million people still have no choice but to drink dirty water. Christians are facing a water crisis because they generally live in slum areas of cities and there are no development programs there from metropolitan or central governments.



Partnership Ref.:

PAK11

Commenced:

30/05/2019

Funding Status:

No Current Donor

Partnership Type:

Humanitarian

Funding Size:

$0 - $2,999


Zambia, Africa

ZAM13b - Bethsada Mercy Ministry


Disabled people are often an unreached people group because they are usually thrown out of home due to the belief that they are cursed and will bring a curse to families. Normally the father will leave the family and the mother is left to look after these children but they have no ability to look after them well in terms of finance or skills so often children are just left alone.



Partnership Ref.:

ZAM13b

Commenced:

25/04/2019

Funding Status:

No Current Donor

Partnership Type:

Orphans & Vulnerable Children, Training / Education

Funding Size:

$3,000 - $7,999


Zambia, Africa

ZAM18b - Samfya Bible School Youth Ministry


Samfya Bible School has been preparing Christian leaders since 1940 and is a key provider of training in the Luapula Province of Zambia. However recently a need has been identifed for a ministry to youth. The extension program aims to teach church leaders about youth programs and how to handle youth, but they had no ministry actually reaching young people.



Partnership Ref.:

ZAM18b

Commenced:

25/05/2019

Funding Status:

No Current Donor

Partnership Type:

Orphans & Vulnerable Children

Funding Size:

$0 - $2,999




SELF-SUSTAINING PARTNERSHIPS

Kenya, Africa

KEN12a - Nyamasore Women's Water Project


There is an acute shortage of clean accessible water in Nyamasore village and the people depend on Lake Victoria as their main and only source of water for all their domestic needs. About 10 years ago the lake was easily accessible and the water was clean enough for human consumption. However, it has now been covered by water hyacinth which makes it hard to access the clean water.



Partnership Ref.:

KEN12a

Commenced:

28/03/2019

Funding Status:

Completed - Self-sustaining

Partnership Type:

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

Funding Size:

$0 - $2,999


6 Partnerships