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.
“WIN partnered with our local church and built a system that supplies mountain spring water to our village. Now my husband and I are able to earn a living by cultivating our field and my children are
going to school because they no longer have to carry water. For the first time, our whole village is thriving.”
RESIDENT OF LAMIDHAD A VILLAGE, NEPAL
Factors we monitor to determine success of the project include:
Work with us to bring sustainable infrastructure and to end poverty,
whole communities at a time.
”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
”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
”We are living in unprecedented times, and people all over the world are experiencing hunger, joblessness, hopelessness and fear. With so much uncertainty, chaos and darkness surrounding us, it can be hard to find glimmers of light, hope and thankfulness. But the Lord is at work in the midst of this darkness, shining brightly through His people.“Read More
”Our fearless Nepal coordinator Amar has married Amy, his beautiful bride from America! Instead of wedding gifts, Amar & Amy requested donations to fund a new water system which will be built in a remote village in the Mugu District.“Read More
”“Life is hard here as we live in one of the most remote places in Nepal.” Says Rashmi a woman living in a village facing life threatening issues. “We have many problems: lack of good education, lack of good roads, and lack of good health care. We are living in the 21stcentury but our life here is still the same. We are still facing the same problems that our parents faced and there have been no im...“Read More