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mainStoryImage55 World Hope volunteers volunteers conduct Medical Clinics and Greenhouse construction in Cambodia


We are so thankful for the privilege to serve the Cambodian people and show them the love of God. Our team has been incredible witness of God's love and mercy. They have worked hard and God has rewarded their labour. Thank you God for a great trip to Cambodia.

Projects: Medical Clinics and Greenhouse construction

No of clinics: 6

Team Size: 55 people

No of Patients: 1069

No of Dental Patients: 141

No of tooth extractions: 282

Glasses handed out: 720

No of people who accepted Christ for the first time: 374

Numerous miracles recorded, 3 of which we have absolute confidence to publish.

The construction team worked with the Department of Agriculture to finalise the Stage 1: Green House Project. (Green house is as big as an aircraft hangar). Congratulations to the construction team and Mr Graham Miller for your engineering skills but also you servant and Christ like leadership. The students are responding well to the team.

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World Hope receives portable Ultrasound Machine

On the 2nd day of our NZ vacation, we were kindly offered a house-sit at my GP colleagues’ home in Christchurch while they were on holiday. On the 1st morning the phone rang which I just reached on its last ring.

The caller was Jenny – who recognised my voice despite it being well over 10 years since we last spoke. She said she was phoning to ask if my GP friend knew of any organisation that would be interested in her series of foetal models (conception to birth) and other pregnancy education tools -since she was retiring. For decades, Jenny had worked voluntarily in High schools to educate teenagers about pregnancy and the miracle of the unborn child. I quickly said yes I did!... and explained how they would be valuable tools for World Hope Network’s emerging medical education work in Cambodia.

And then Jenny asked….”well….would you be interested in a portable ultrasound scan machine too then? It all fits into a laptop bag!” Of course!

And so – World Hope has its first piece of Imaging equipment as well as beautiful foetal models… Praise God for this very unexpected provision!

Dr Nicole Anderson

A TRIBUTE TO CAT COWIE

At the end of October, a very close friend, ministry colleague and beautiful person, Mrs Cat Cowie collapsed and died suddenly. She was young, fit had just had her miracle baby. She was dearly loved by many and highly respected by all. My love and heart goes out to the friend and family and especially Breno Cowie. I hold her up as an inspirational role model. She deserved this title in many ways, loving, kind, disciplined, great mother, loving wife, active in church life, great preacher and compassionate leader. However if I want to list one of the most inspirational aspects of Cat's life - that is her walk with God. She was attractive as a person, but not just because she was a great person, but she had a close walk with God. That made her attractive in ways that in gender deep respect, acknowledge an inner cohesion and peace, built up your faith, gave her leadership authority and an anointing that impacted you. I am always encouraged and inspired by this about her. She has been and will continue to be blessing to all her knew her. Here is a tribute to Cat, who help pioneer the Vietnam mission trip in 2011.

2 Cor 4:7 "But we have this treasure in jars of clay to show that this all-surpassing power is from God and not from us. We are hard pressed on every side, but not crushed; perplexed, but not in despair; persecuted, but not abandoned; struck down, but not destroyed. We always carry around in our body the death of Jesus, so that the life of Jesus may also be revealed in our body. For we who are alive are always being given over to death for Jesus’ sake, so that his life may also be revealed in our mortal body."
We love you Cat - Thanks for being a blessing... Daniel Zelli, World Hope Network CEO

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mainStoryImageOperation Follow Up

 

We had the wonderful privilege of seeing so many people embracing the Christian faith during the World Hope medical mission to Cambodia in June/July. We are absolutely committed to follow up each and every person, so we have begun OPERATION FOLLOW UP.

World Hope Network is working with the local Christian Ministers fraternal to resource and coordinate the follow up people desiring Christian living and practice in their communities.

World Hope Network has taken a step of faith in commissioning this operation, however we need your help to raise money for this project.

Can you please consider donating to ensure the follow up and time spent with every single new Christian from our last missions trip. Please click on the below PayPal link to donate-


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mainStoryImageConcert in Sisaphon, Cambodia


This year WHn partnered with Albany Hills Christian Church. Because of WHn's contacts in the government and reputation in the country, WHn helped AHCC get permission for their concert. The concert was a great success. Here is a picture of WHn volunteers praying for people who responded to an invitation of prayer at the concert. There was easily over 1000 people in attendance. Well done Albany Hills CC for this concert vision. It was good to work with this church and it in the future, WHn wants to partner and help many more churches in this way.

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mainStoryImagePossible Hospitals for WHn in Cambodia


Two unused hospital facilities were shown to World Hope Network.  There are talks of a joint project with the Prime Ministers Office and also a representative and General from the Cambodian army.  WHn is in the process of evaluating vision, scope and capacity to determine whether the a long term medical strategy is consistent with the overall vision and purpose of World Hope Network.  Talks are ongoing.

 

 

 

 

Cambodia 2015 medicalPartnering Churches Claim Miracle Healing

 

At the end of a clinics the local church partners in conjunction with World Hope Network offer prayer to any person who so desires it. This is done by invitation and it is not a requirement that any person accept this offer, World Hope Network medically verified 3 transformations of physical conditions.

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1) A lame man walks: we are trying to confirm the presenting doctor but confirmed as the World Hope CEO has the crutch!

2) A bent over woman due to arthritis: Could hardy walk. Nicknamed Lady No 7 in community. This person could not walk but then she could walk and stand straight after prayer. More information can be found on the World Hope Facebook page. Presenting and confirming doctor: Dr Malcom Hughes.

3) The "Cane Lady": Her back and hips fused and in pain. Carried around by team as in such severe pain. This person was unable to walk prior to prayer. Video of her dancing after receiving prayer on the World Hope Facebook page. Presenting and confirming doctor: Dr Nicole Anderson.

Other miracles observed and claimed but these have not been confirmed.

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Pakistan news stories on World Hope relief

Three Pakistani news crews have filmed a news report showing our local World Hope Network team in Pakistan, as they prepare flood relief packages for distribution, in partnership with the Bloomfield Hall School in Lahore.

This flood relief is taking place in the Chiniot District, where food packages (consisting of around 3 weeks supplies) will be given to around 200 families. The team (with the help of World Hope donations) are so very thankful for the actions, thoughts and prayers of all World hope partners and members. A big thank you!
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World Hope in Normanton

The World Hope CEO lead a team of volunteers to Normanton and Doomagee in September to be involved with local community projects and youth work.

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





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Helping Hands - interview on the ABC
"Hands used to playing guitar chords on stages around southern Queensland were busy helping build homes in Vietnam recently, as Toowoomba musician, and former ABC Grandstand producer, Wayne Davis travelled overseas with a volunteer group." more
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mainStoryImageOver 850 patients treated in 4 days

World Hope's medical team and volunteers, recently treated 853 patients in 4 days. Not only have the local villagers in rural regions Kampong Channg and Battambang been filled with joy and thankfulness, but so has the local government. The minister for culture and religion in one of the regions said they "welcome Christian people like World Hope into their communities." The local pastor is now part of a new level of influence in his community, with the local government expressing appreciation that Christians (both locally and from abroad) are helping people. For all the news and photos, visit our facebook page

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pakistan_flood2August 2013 Pakistan Floods

As World Hope did in 2009 and 2011, we are urgently seeking to help more flood affected people who have lost everything in Pakistan. 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

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The first Hope Public School System was started as an initiative of World Hope Pakistan in 2010. All funds were raised and supported from within Pakistan. 
The school is in a poor village in Lahore. The teachers are volunteers and/or are on a very minimal wage supported by our local World Hope Welfare Network, Pakistan.  The school is religiously open, and targets poor and disadvantaged kids.

There are currently 130 children in the school, along with 3 teachers. (one of which is the principle) In 2011, we are looking to raise funds for to equip the school and students with warm, winter uniforms and a desk/chair for each child to get them of the cold ground.

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More information on this project, along with sponsorship details will be coming soon.

This is a long term project of World Hope Network. With Illiteracy at approximately 50% in Pakistan, and with most poor families unable to send their kids to school, we strongly believe that this is an important opportunity for us to concentrate on a long term vision of educating the next generation of Pakistani children.