ORLANDO, Fla., May 26, 2015 /Christian Newswire/ — Government leaders in Nepal have asked Global Hope Network International (GHNI), an experienced non-governmental organization already working in that country, to provide relief and to help the hardest-hit villages begin moving toward rehabilitation and sustainability.
The organization is acting quickly to meet immediate needs of earthquake survivors. It also has a long-term plan to help the people of Nepal; one that doesn’t require billions in Western aid.
“We believe it’s possible to bring not only much-needed relief following natural disasters, but also a hope-filled future, free from the perpetual cycle of poverty,” explains GHNI’s president, Hal Jones.
Global Hope Network is working to provide food, water, medication, sleeping mats and tents to the Nepali people. Rather than shipping these supplies from thousands of miles away, GHNI is purchasing locally and from neighboring countries. The results? Needs are met more quickly and…
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