Situation Report #2 – April 28, 2015
As the situation in Nepal becomes more bleak, the HOPE worldwide school remains a hopeful light in Kathmandu. Volunteers at the school have been providing meals and shelter for those who have been displaced.
Situation Report #1 – April, 26, 2015
On Saturday, April 25, 2015, a 7.9 earthquake brought calamity and destruction to a heavily populated area of Nepal impacting six million people. The quake was also felt in nearby China and India, however, Nepal sustained the most damage. The death toll is reported to have reached 2,500. This number may rise as communications are restored in the more remote villages.
HOPE worldwide is excited to announce three new Singles Corps opportunities this Fall! Join us for a life-changing time of serving and adventure in Israel, South Africa or Nepal!
What are you doing this summer? How about teaching English in mainland China? Or maybe serving in community programs in Nairobi, Kenya, or building a center of HOPE worldwide in Jakarta, Indonesia?
In 1975 a ruthless regime called the Khmer Rouge took control of Cambodia. By 1979 they had systematically murdered millions of Cambodians, or approximately 20 percent of the entire population.
Dear friends of HOPE worldwide,
As you may already be aware, Randy Jordan, CEO of HOPE worldwide, has recently announced his intent to step down from his position after many years of faithful service. As a result of this impending change we wish to announce the formation of a CEO search committee which will begin the process of finding a qualified individual to fill this important position and continue to lead HOPE worldwide to even greater horizons.