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If you would like to contribute to the work being done by World Hope Network, please use the button below, or for more detailed information go to our donate page


World Hope Network is a vibrant global movement of people, dedicated to fighting poverty, and doing whatever is possible to get clean water, food, clothing, shelter, medical supplies and human assistance to wherever it is needed. more...

A word from a World Hope Volunteer

Over 850 patients treated in Cambodia in 4 days

World Hope's medical team and volunteers, have treated 853 patients over 4 days in rural Cambodia. The minister for culture and religion in one of the regions said they "welcome Christian people like World Hope into their communities," and expressed appreciation that Christians (both locally and from abroad) are helping people. Have a look at the below video that highlights our partnership with local workers and the people of Cambodia.

Whilst in Cambodia, the World Hope team are also developing a partnership to help build self-sustainable fish farms. Have a look at the below video to find out more.


For further information on what's coming up, and to register your interest in what's happening in 2014, please click here or on any of the below trips.

Outback Australia QLD

Visit to Normanton and Cape York. Youth, Music, Community Care. July 2014

Price: $1350 from Cairns.

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Excellent trip to Vietnam. Medical, construction, Childrens and leadership.

 Price: $1850 (ex flights and insurance)

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Trips to Pakistan happen on an ad hoc basis. Trips are short, fast and effective. Click More Details to register interest.

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Leadership Conference

Supporting 1 day leadership conference at St Alban's Anglican Church Rooty Hill. Special Speaker: Dave Kraft (executive staff Mars Hill Church USA) Sat 7th Dec

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Cambodian officials say the floods have decimated crops, with the loss of over 100,000 hectares of rice paddy fields and other crops. Damage was also reported to hundreds of schools, temples and dozens of regional health centers. More than 130,000 families are feeling the impact of the floods nationwide.
Fortunately, World Hope’s CEO and Vice CEO were travelling from Vietnam to Cambodia during October, following welfare projects in Vietnam. They were able to personally assist in flood relief efforts with our In-country Cambodian partners, Campus Crusade for Christ.
258 families were identified in the Battambang region, in which immediate assistance was provided. Each family received a 20kg bag of rice, one box of instant noodles, and a box of clean water. World Hope has made a donation to our partnering team, with further donations being gladly received.
As always, thoughts and prayers are needed, and if you are able to assist in World Hope’s contribution to the Cambodian relief effort, please donate via the donate button/page. (reference- Cam relief)

Australian and International Donations can be made via credit card (via our donate button / donate page) or by bank transfer. (Ref: Cam relief)

Direct Deposits-
Bank- NAB
Account name - World Hope Network
BSB - 082401
Acc - 834357911

______________________________________________________________Vietnam buiding team
September 2014

World Hope will again be overseas in September 2014 in the beautiful, lush country of Vietnam, where we interact with a culture filled with beautiful people and incredible stories.

Deprived of the luxuries that we take for granted, we continue to reach out through medical missions and building and construction work.

This mission has the goal of helping the poor in remote villages where the people unfortunately cannot afford even the most basic medical treatment or housing.

Your life is sure to be impacted by the stories and testimonies of these wonderful people.

HOW MUCH: $1850 plus add the cost of flights and Insurance

INCLUDES: Travel in Vietnam, Food and Basic Accommodation, medical & building supplies, World Hope Shirt and Cap and Working Shirt.

To register your interest, please click here.

You can also click here for an email application form.

To see what we did on our last trip, have a look at our facebook page, and for further information, please contact


Continued aid needed for Pakistan flood victims

As World Hope did in 2009 and 2011, we are urgently seeking to help more flood affected people who have lost everything in Pakistan due to the 2013 floods.. The district of Rajanpur in the south western part of the Punjab province, was hit hard by the August floods this year, with many homes having been washed away.

The local government has asked World Hope to be involved, and our team have been on the scene, and have completed a field report.

We have identified 1500 families (which average 9 members in one family) making for approximately 13,500 individuals for World Hope to provide relief work.

This aid kits (including food, medicine, clean drinking water, bedding, mattresses, clothes, stoves etc) will provide instant relief to flood victims who have lost their belongings in the heavy flooding.

Your help would be most appreciated, and have an immediate impact.

Australian and International Donations can be made via credit card (via our donate button / donate page) or by bank transfer. (Ref: Pakistan)

Direct Deposits-
Bank- NAB
Account name - World Hope Network
BSB - 082401
Acc - 834357911

Pakistan donations from within Pakistan can be made via bank transfer to:

Bank of Punjab, Chouburji
Branch: Lahore Branch Code #: 0048
Account Name: World Hope Welfare Network
Acc #: 2740-000-7
Swift Code: BPUNPKKA002

As per the below video of our flood relief effort to Pakistan in 2011, we would like to help again. Thanks for your thoughts, prayers and consideration to this relief effort.


World Hope in Normanton
July 2014

World Hope Network gets involved with the locals on a personal, one-to-one basis. Visitations, community projects, building renovations, youth and children, community sport initiatives and remote station visitations are a part of recognizing the misunderstood culture of Australia’s beautiful outback. The beauty and mystical musical culture of Thursday Island is something not to be missed. Get involved and discover and experience stories of the young and old.

To register your interest, please click here.

For photos and stories from our previous Normanton trip, visit our facebook page