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Stories of Hope

More Than a Full Belly

Tanzania is one of the many places where Convoy of Hope is changing lives. Children at multiple primary schools eat meals every school day thanks to your generosity. We recently saw how your partnership is making a difference. One primary school in Tanzania, founded by Pastor Glorious Shoo, has more than 300 students with 70%

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Hope in Honduras

Omar started attending one of Convoy of Hope’s program centers in Honduras when he was just 3 years old. He is now 15, and he says the center has changed his life. “The food that we get here is different than what we get at home. Sometimes I don’t have food at home, but I

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David’s Story

David feels the effects of global calamity in a real way. As a teenager in Guatemala, he’s experienced a lot of difficult things in 2020. COVID-19 has spread across his country and directly affected his family. Two of his sisters became ill and three members of his extended family died because of this. His mother

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Home of Hope

Dhaka, Bangladesh, is one of the most populated cities in the world with over 21 million residents. For context, Dhaka is slightly larger than Denver, Colorado, which is home for close to 750,000 people. Here, extreme poverty and despair are as obvious as the cars, motorcycles, colorful rickshaws, massive trucks, and countless pedestrians that bring

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Oriana’s Story

Oriana’s* sweet, shy smile lights up when she talks about her classes. “I like science best. I find it easy. But I like to study anything. Being in school makes me so happy.” Oriana knows she is fortunate to attend school. Her parents, like many other adults in Burkina Faso, are farmers. Their livelihoods are

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More Than a Full Belly

Tanzania is one of the many places where Convoy of Hope is changing lives. Children at multiple primary schools eat meals every school day thanks to your generosity. We recently saw how your partnership is making a difference. One primary school in Tanzania, founded by Pastor Glorious Shoo, has more than 300 students with 70%

Learn More

Hope in Honduras

Omar started attending one of Convoy of Hope’s program centers in Honduras when he was just 3 years old. He is now 15, and he says the center has changed his life. “The food that we get here is different than what we get at home. Sometimes I don’t have food at home, but I

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David’s Story

David feels the effects of global calamity in a real way. As a teenager in Guatemala, he’s experienced a lot of difficult things in 2020. COVID-19 has spread across his country and directly affected his family. Two of his sisters became ill and three members of his extended family died because of this. His mother

Learn More

Home of Hope

Dhaka, Bangladesh, is one of the most populated cities in the world with over 21 million residents. For context, Dhaka is slightly larger than Denver, Colorado, which is home for close to 750,000 people. Here, extreme poverty and despair are as obvious as the cars, motorcycles, colorful rickshaws, massive trucks, and countless pedestrians that bring

Learn More

Oriana’s Story

Oriana’s* sweet, shy smile lights up when she talks about her classes. “I like science best. I find it easy. But I like to study anything. Being in school makes me so happy.” Oriana knows she is fortunate to attend school. Her parents, like many other adults in Burkina Faso, are farmers. Their livelihoods are

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