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TRAVELOG 7: Surkhet Water Project Transformation

WIN: VICTORY over global problems
Nearly half of the world's population live on less than $2.50 a day.


WIN has transformed 1,391,508lives through development projects, micro finance and skills training.

1 in 10 children are forced into child labor.


WIN has prevented 1,007,500 children from being trafficked or enslaved.

1 in 5 children do not attend school


WIN has provided 107,737 children with an education.


Cookstoves Transformation

After an hour’s delay due to a blocked road from a landslide (and a broken-down backhoe), our jeep delivered us to where we would begin the hike. Our troupe included six international guests plus Amar, WIN’s native coordinator of Nepal, and me. A few local church members had also hiked out from the village that morning to meet us and help carry water. This wasn’t just any Himalayan trek. It was a trek with a purpose! There was a sense of expectancy and adventure! Each participant got themselves ready - backpacks, walking sticks, and cameras, “Has everybody got at least one full bottle of water?” I queried. Amar was on top of the jeep unloading more water since we would be staying the night in the village. The guests had all become fast friends in our few days together. Ages ranged from 23 to 70 and included people who...

The WIN Model

WIN empowers communities into their dreams of economic stability, equality, health and wholeness. WIN enables transformation from lack to plenty, from hopelessness to hope, from fear to faith, from dependency to sustainability.


Christ's redeeming presence


Creating sustainable solutions.


Empowering future generations.


Cutting off human trafficking at the root.

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“WIN identifies the most desperate people, assembles a team of local workers and gets the job done. They are an “emergency response team” that releases victims trapped by poverty's earthquake. WIN heals their wounds and sets them on the pathway to finding light and hope.”

Ken Urban Retired Businessman Arvada, Colorado