Honor All That Her Hands Have Done

Throughout Africa, Asia, and the Middle East, World Relief offers economic development, maternal and child health, anti-trafficking, and peacebuilding programs, along with refugee resettlement programs in the U.S. Around the world, women build on the resources provided by our local church partners to lead, teach, and transform the communities around them. Here are their stories...

CAMBODIA -- In early 2016, Mot, a hard-working farmer, was trained by World Relief staff on matters of personal health and hygiene. Mot took what she learned, and was able to was educate households throughout her community, including her own. Today, Mot has witnessed changed behavior within her community—reduced violence and increased health, nutrition, and peaceful collaboration.

CAMBODIA -- In early 2016, Mot, a hard-working farmer, was trained by World Relief staff on matters of personal health and hygiene. Mot took what she learned, and was able to was educate households throughout her community, including her own. Today, Mot has witnessed changed behavior within her community—reduced violence and increased health, nutrition, and peaceful collaboration.

UNITED STATES – After fleeing Bhutan with her family, Pabi was at risk for falling behind in school. Once welcomed to the U.S. by our Refugee Resettlement program, Pabi was able to attend a World Relief after-school program at a local church, where she found friends and academic assistance. Today, she has received a full-academic scholarship to college, and is filled with hope for her bright future.

UNITED STATES – After fleeing Bhutan with her family, Pabi was at risk for falling behind in school. Once welcomed to the U.S. by our Refugee Resettlement program, Pabi was able to attend a World Relief after-school program at a local church, where she found friends and academic assistance. Today, she has received a full-academic scholarship to college, and is filled with hope for her bright future.

MOZAMBIQUE – By joining a Bible study in a nearby village, Isabel discovered a gateway to World Relief and its farmers' association. Isabel, who owned a vegetable stand, became a top grower in the group. Her fields expanded and her sales increased. Today, Isabel is glad to show others who Jesus is through her role as a farmers’ association manager.

MOZAMBIQUE – By joining a Bible study in a nearby village, Isabel discovered a gateway to World Relief and its farmers' association. Isabel, who owned a vegetable stand, became a top grower in the group. Her fields expanded and her sales increased. Today, Isabel is glad to show others who Jesus is through her role as a farmers’ association manager.

*Some information has been changed to protect the individual’s identity.


 
7,200

Churches empowered by World Relief last year to support women

80 %

Percentage of World Relief’s beneficiaries that are women and children.

1,150,000

Mothers and children served through World Relief’s health and savings programs

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