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WHO ARE WE?

We collaboratively develop international communities through a four-part, sequential, holistic, and sustainable process. Water is the beginning of making positive, lasting change to impoverished communities. After Water, Global Partners in Hope continues working to provide medical centers, sustainable energy and education & leadership training.

OUR WORK

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1. CLEAN WATER

water_circleimageCLEAN WATER is foundational to the development of a community. Without reliable and safe access to clean drinking water, families are stuck in survival mode, spending many hours each day fetching water and making it potable. Countless families lack the resources to decontaminate their drinking water, which is why our first step in developing a community is to work with our in-country partners to build water wells.

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2. MEDICAL CENTERS

medical_circleimageOnce the fundamental problem of water is addressed, we work quickly with our in-country partners to build, equip, and staff a MEDICAL CENTER right next to the well. Each medical center focuses on the needs of the most vulnerable in the developing world: women and children.

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3. SUSTAINABLE ENERGY

energy_circleimageEquipping functional medical centers with SUSTAINABLE ENERGY systems is the next step in the development of a community. Gas generators are expensive and unreliable, so we’ve turned to sub-Saharan Africa’s most plentiful resource – the sun – to solve this problem. With the installation of a solar panel system, the centers have access to free, reliable energy to power their medical equipment.

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4. EDUCATION & LEADERSHIP TRAINING

education_circleimageThe final step in the development of a community is to ensure the residents are EDUCATED about the value and functionality of their new resources. This education is facilitated by our in-country partners, and is ongoing from the moment the our shovels hit the dirt. In communities where these basic, physical needs are already met, the focus of GPiH shifts to developing community leaders. Our LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT courses equip local leaders to lead effectively, ethically, and sustainably

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OUR STORIES

Stay up to date about our work going on around the world.

New & Improved Website!

In the midst of a new year, kicking off a new capital campaign, and continuing to build new health centers and water wells GPiH has launched a new website! [...]

Ambulances for Mali

“The medical needs here are staggering. Without living here it’s hard to really even believe it. It’s hard for us in the west to even imagine a village of [...]

Continuing Connections in China

GPiH’s recent trip to China was packed with multiple volunteer teams, strengthening of past relationships, church-wide training conferences, personal stories of impact, and advancement in ministry. In 23 days [...]

A Year in Review: Togo

“In 2016 God has consistently reminded me that he is faithful, loving, consistent, yet unpredictable.” – Dave Oswald After years of successful work within Mali, West Africa, [...]

A Year in Review: Mali

“We’ve been reminded that medical development and evangelism in Mali is more like a marathon than a sprint and more like riding a camel than a horse.” – [...]

A Year in Review: China

“We are learning to dream big… bigger than we’d ever imagined as we are expectant of doors continuing to open within China.” –Jon Sperling The year 2016 [...]

China: Loads of Opportunity

“After seven years of ministry in China, Peggy and I have learned that God doesn't always see our ministry segments in the same way we do.” – GPiH [...]

Why I Support: Crane Coffee

"As we celebrated together the dedication of a new water well it felt like the Church, the family of God all in one place celebrating together."Crane Coffee owner, Keith [...]

Life in Mali: Lauren’s Perspective

A deeper focus on relationships, a more relaxed view of time, and an inviting, inclusive way of life encompasses the attitude of the Malian people. Lauren Opp, homeschool teacher [...]