WIN identifies communities which are suffering extreme poverty, illiteracy or other areas of lack, then empowers the local people to bring about radical, lasting improvements.
Interventions include adult education in financial stewardship and saving, health and hygiene training, literacy for children, social justice training and micro- and small-business startups. Our workers mentor and guide the villagers to bring about transformation of an entire rural community. Where necessary we seek funding to provide a water system for the community, solar lighting for homes without light, etc.
Factors we monitor to determine success of the project include:
Work with us to end child slavery and child trafficking.
”WIN has drilled many wells in territory that is both flat and lower elevation. But the challenge of providing water in the Himalaya mountains where well drilling is not an option, was a new venture. With the outstanding success of this pilot project we look forward to providing water systems for more villages in the future.“Read More
”Mali ranks among the worst in the world for health and development. Al Qa'ida and Islamic militants make the harsh conditions run even deeper in the lives of the suffering citizens. Newlyweds Claudia and Randy birthed a children's home and when their well ran dry, WIN was able to assist by funding a renewed well and renewed hope.“Read More
”“…Adrenalin turned the girl’s feet into wings, and hardly touching the ground in a split second 50 yards separated her body from the menace lurking in the bushes. Then she remembered, "Don't run from a bear. Stand your ground!" She stopped running and looked back…” A true story of fear vs courage, and four steps you can take against Covid-19 that will make you a better human being and the world a...“Read More
”WIN.Life helped Pastor Americo buy a bulldozer and now his dream of 4-wheelin', Bible theme park, Peruvian cultural and organic farm experience is underway. Get ready for the ride of your life!“Read More
”In Barema Village, there was not a single real house, only huts made of mud. Rats, mosquitoes and poisonous snakes could easily come inside the huts, bringing disease and death. During the monsoon, sometimes the huts collapsed leaving occupants injured or homeless. Win began an education center for the children, and our workers began teaching the people how to save money. We identified two major m...“Read More