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.
”The monsoon season had arrived, but the skies remained cloudless, and the sun beat mercilessly on the little saplings. 12-year-old Chica hoped the orchard would end her family's malnutrition and even enable her parents to afford to send her to a good school. “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
”Serving a region spanning 107,000 villages, WIN employs two hand pump project leaders who receive well applications, visit proposed sites, determine whether a well is needed and if so then WIN seeks funding for the boring of a well and installation of a hand pump.“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
”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