Medical Care

Physical suffering is an inevitable by-product of extreme poverty. Many illnesses caused by lack of clean water, sanitation, and hygiene practices have serious effects on communities living in extreme poverty. HIV/AIDS has decimated the poorest parts of the world, especially in Africa. It has left millions of people without any hope for their future or their family’s future.

35 million

people worldwide are currently living with HIV/AIDs.

98-99%

of all newborn and maternal deaths occur in developing countries where pregnant women and newborn babies lack access to basic health care services.

45%

of all deaths among children under 5 years of age are caused by poor nutrition, according to estimates.

“I will search for the lost and bring back the strays. I will bind up the injured and strengthen the weak...”


- Ezekiel 34:16a

Depending on the needs of the community, Bright Hope works with the local, in-country church using a variety of techniques to provide home-based care, support groups, job opportunities, nutritional supplements to those affected by HIV/AIDs, access to medical resources, and training on proper sanitation and hygiene practices.

Your generous gift of any amount will help bring Hope for Today through our local church partners around the world. 

 

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Stories of Hope and Transformation

Read more about Bright Hope's Medical Care Initiative

Seasons of Hope Gift Saves Bentry’s Life

Seasons of Hope Gift Saves Bentry’s Life

Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Samfya, Zambia — When her husband left her, Veronica returned with her three children to her hometown of Mulisha, Zambia with nothing more than a few items of clothing. Weeks later she gave birth to a baby boy, Bentry.  


Sahayak is Self-Sustaining After Five-Year Partnership

Sahayak is Self-Sustaining After Five-Year Partnership

Tuesday, August 12, 2014

New Delhi, India – After five years Sahayak, the community development program run by Bright Hope partner New Delhi Bible Fellowship Church, is now self-sustaining.  


Bethesda Children's Program Fully Funded for 2013

Bethesda Children's Program Fully Funded for 2013

Tuesday, November 05, 2013

El Alto, Bolivia – In 2012, Bethesda found out that the funding for their children’s program was ending in June 2013. Bethesda found themselves in a difficult situation.