News & Highlights

BLUE HAVEN COMPUTERS

We are deeply grateful to a WIN partner for funding the purchase of desktop computers and one printer for WIN’s third self-sustaining school, Blue Haven...
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EQUIPPING THE NEXT GENERATION

Tears streamed down the teenagers’ cheeks as they encountered the living Christ in a more profound way. Leanna dramatized a teaching on forgiveness by putting chains around a volunteer, showing how unforgiveness enslaves and hurts us.
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14 YEAR OLD RESCUED!

For several weeks a man befriended the 14-year-old girl outside of her school in India...
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WIN CHAMPIONS

Champions….There is no better way to describe the folks that said “yes” to the question “will you help us?” This past summer, our Indian leaders, David, Pinsu, and Ricky, traveled across the USA with Leanna and WIN’s Partnership Director Steve.
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Bicycle Chain Trafficker

One day, one of the girls’ bicycle chains came off and out of nowhere, a man came up and offered to help fix it. Then he started to ask where they lived and what they wanted to do when they grew up.
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From Semi-Orphan to Youth Leader

We are putting all our Blue Haven kids through college to equip them for the best possible future. Some of them, like Janki, are now becoming teachers in our schools and apprentices in our India office. We're so proud of our kids as they are growing into strong leaders who love Jesus and have a heart to serve others.
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WIN Adventures - Travels with Leanna

Every one of their weather-crinkled brown faces glowed with smiles. They knew they were a part of creating a better future....That evening seated on the floor around the iron cook stove we dined on the standard fare for people who’ve had no irrigation water in months – potato stew ladled over rice. Lacking electricity, the only light was from cell phones and a dim bulb powered by a small solar pan...
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WIN ADVENTURES - Meeting the Orphans

WIN would like to find sponsors for 22 orphan and semi-orphan children in these remote villages ($50/month/child). Your sponsorship of WIN can save a child from the misery of an empty stomach and illiteracy, providing both good food and basic education.
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FROM ABUSED TO EMPOWERED

My name is Santara. I live in Gaurakala village. I remember there was a time in my life when I was very upset because my husband used to drink every day and beat me for money. I wholeheartedly thank WIN and our pastor Om Prakash for empowering us through the holistic ministry.
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A DEVOTIONAL BY DOLMA FROM BLUE HAVEN CHILDREN'S HOME

I know each of us has someone we love very much, but remember, always put God first because He is the only one who loves you always and never leaves you alone. We are alive today just because of His grace and love. Jesus sacrificed Himself so we may live.
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Hope for Ukrainians

WIN is doing what we can to help the Ukrainian people. We are working through Samaritan Ministries which has been serving Ukraine since 1993. Here are just a couple of the stories that are coming in:
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Pumping Hope

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.
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Murder & Rescue

Our anti-trafficking drama team aims to resume work this year as Covid restrictions lift. Meanwhile, WIN’s courageous Anti Trafficking coordinator in another of our regions is continually engaging in extremely dangerous and difficult activities.
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Merry Christmas & Happy New Year!

By the miraculous hand of the Lord, for the past two months, I’ve been able to travel and minister in Nepal and also to connect in-person with our core India team.
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Self-Sustaining Empowerment

This community-based poultry project was established to create jobs that empower youth and women while alleviating economic distress. The project specializes in producing and selling meat and eggs in Bhutan, where a broken food system heavily relies on importation.
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Sewing A Brighter Future

During the recent pandemic, women across India used their sewing machines to make masks, sell them, and augment their family’s income. WIN has distributed 75 sewing machines to women in several regions, recognizing the humble sewing machine as a powerful potential change agent.
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Freedom Through Sustenance

India is considered one of the world's poorest countries, and with a fragile food system, struggles to produce a sufficient inexpensive supply of food during normal conditions. As the second most populous nation, most of India lives in extreme poverty, with most of its population chronically undernourished. The global pandemic and mandatory shut-downs have highlighted the food supply problem and m...
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Hope for those Affected by the Nepal Flood

Unseasonal floods have struck the mountainous nation, say, and some are saying the devastation is worse even than the earthquake of 2015. In some areas, most of the roads have been blocked by landslides and bridges have been washed away.
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WGGS TV Inteview with Leanna Cinquanta

Watch Leanna's live June 9 interview between 8:00 PM - 11:00 PM EST - streaming on wggs16.com and their FB page @WGGSTV. The video will stay up on FB after it streams and will also add the program to their website and YouTube channel
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Watch Leanna's Live Interview with WBPI

Leanna Cinquanta will be interviewed by WBPI on June 4th, live from 10:00 AM to Noon EST. Come join us and be a part of our studio audience 10:00 am - 12:00 pm. Also, watch us on the web at www.wbpi.org. Click on "Click Here for Streaming Programming".
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Wedding Water Project: Thank You!

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.
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Who She May Become

Meet Ricky... Ricky was a little girl left in complete chaos with no hope for a bright future. Trapped in the remote Himalayan Mountains, Ricky had all the cards of life stacked against her. She was one of eight children in her family, but when she was just five years old her father passed away. Already living in poverty, her father’s passing removed any hope she had and her mother was unable to...
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4 E's of Transformation: Emancipation

Join us for a four part series hosted by Leanna on what makes us WIN! The four E's are pillars that have built the foundation of everything that we do to create transformation all over the world. Below is the second video in the series: Emancipation
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4 E's for Transformation: Ekklesia

Join us for a four part series hosted by Leanna on what makes us WIN! The four E's are pillars that have built the foundation of everything that we do to create transformation all over the world. Ekklesia, Emancipation, Education and Empowerment; maybe these are new terms to you or maybe you have seen us discuss them before. Either way, you do not want to miss this series!
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21 Girls FREED for Christmas.

In October one of WIN’s anti-trafficking teams successfully rescued 21 victims of trafficking, including seven teenaged girls.
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Rashmi's Christmas Wish

“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...
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Healing of a Nation

Our nation – and the world – is experiencing one of the most momentous times in history. While the Covid-19 shutdowns have magnified poverty in developing nations, the racial unrest in the US has spilled over to other nations. Meanwhile in India, a nation into which I have invested 20+ years of my life, radical discrimination constantly threatens minority groups and faiths including my own spiritu...
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Rough Little Hands of Hope

An excerpt from “Treasures in Dark Places” by our president, Leanna Cinquanta: “. . . Having decided the light-skinned creature was in fact human, and discovering I could even manage a few words of Hindi, Priya and Arjun had overcome their bashfulness. One on my left and one on my right, they gripped and caressed my hands. Shining brighter than the stars, their eyes shamelessly stared into my fac...
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Ekklesia in action

In many people’s eyes Arun was a lost cause. He spent his days stumbling around the village always highly intoxicated with liquor or strung out on drugs. In the evenings he would return to his home where he would beat and abuse his wife and children. Each morning, when he would wake up sober, he would instantly become overwhelmed with grief and self-loathing due to his actions the day before. He d...
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Emergency Innovation in a Remote Himalayan Kingdom

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.
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Conquering Covid-19

Due to Covid-19 and the mandatory shut- downs, many people all over the world have been left jobless with no way to provide for their families. Millions are without food and on the verge of starvation...
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Resurrection Encouragement

Dead leaves, pruning, and Covid shutdown - none of it anything we enjoy! In this season of global RESET there are lessons that, if we apply them, will cause us to burst forth with new an abundant LIFE! As we celebrate Christ's triumph over death, He will also do a work of resurrection as you apply the following lessons...
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Hope Amidst Hardship

VIDEO: WIN is deeply grateful to all of you who continue to support the work in Asia and beyond. WE NEED YOU because the people in regions of the world having less than we do, need us. Enjoy this brief video update...
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Faith over Fear, Cure over Covid

“…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...
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The Crown that Rules Corona

Every time an epidemic has broken out, eventually the Lord enabled humans to discover vaccines and antibiotics to overcome it. Humans are the crowning glory of God’s creation and we were placed upon the earth, first of all, to be in relationship with God. Secondly, through that relationship, we were to “rule” and “have dominion over” the earth including all the animal and plant life, the “creeping...
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The Wellness Well in Mali, Africa

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.
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Machu Picchu 4Wheelin' Bible Track

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!
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Burdened for Kolkatta Trafficking Victims

Amar, WIN's native leader for Nepal, came to know of the opportunity to rescue two women out of a coercive trafficking situation in Kolkata, India. Both girls were young and had been forced into the lurid work of selling their bodies. Their pimp however was willing to sell them into freedom. Thaks to a financial partner, WIN was able to win their freedom. But the heavy work of going into that dark...
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The Chances of Being Rescued

Shahid is a friend of our boys at Blue Haven Children's Home. Only 1 kilometer away from the children's home, Shahid was lured into a vehicle and taken away. He was missing for 3 days before he was spotted. Then the dreadful truth came out about what the traffickers had in store for him!
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From Carrying to Being Carried

Vishal used to be a slave, now he gets to be a student – but he’s never been anything less than Vishal. WIN.Global's new friend who is honored to carry him in love.
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The True Birthday Gift

The greatest gift that WIN.Global has given to their children is an opportunity to give to children less privileged than them and a heart to appreciate it. The smiling servant circle is the way to go. Proud of Blue Haven Children!
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Radical Village Transformation

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...
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Water for Life

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.
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The Missing Face

A horrific ending for one ignites a redeeming beginning for many. Neha (red blouse) and her friend Pooja were both seven years old. They lived in a remote village of north India. Neha's papa labored daily in the fields but still could barely provide food for the family.
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33 Trafficked Children Rescued

WIN's Native Leader of Nepal Amar Bista intercepted a trafficking operation just in time and rescued all 33 children involved. One person + one decision = 33 lives saved. YOU matter!
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There is Hope