A testimonial from Lebanon | “We have become all the same”

In the midst of all this chaos, Mohamad Ataya, a member of Tyre Church, our local partner in Lebanon, shared his testimonial on the impact of the Beirut explosion:
“We have become all the same, all in need of help, […]

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A Field Update from Lebanon | Mercy. Opportunity. Advancement.

Our President, Trace Thurlby, recently landed in Beirut and has shared a field update:
The damage exceeded the casualties. When driving the streets of Beirut last night, I could not believe that more people weren’t killed in last week’s explosion. […]

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Beirut and the Children of the World | Joe Knittig, CEO

Please watch this:

This explosion happened at the port of Lebanon in Beirut. Hundreds died and thousands are wounded. What you might not glean from reporting is that the country’s main grain storage silos, storing 85% of the country’s grain, were destroyed.
Lebanon as a […]

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The global food crisis | GO Project

Six out of twelve. That’s how many of the countries we serve in are on the list of countries with anticipated global food shortages due to COVID-19*.

Pre-pandemic, there were already 820 million chronically food-insecure people around the world. By year-end, 265 […]

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Urban farming in Hyderabad | An update from GO India

Hyderabad, India is one of the most densely populated cities on earth, yet, the principles of agriculture still apply. Our lead church partner in GO India, Bethel Gospel Church, has been practicing urban farming using their balcony and rooftop […]

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Fundraising Toolkit

Welcome to The Global Orphan Project Fundraising Toolkit! Peer-to-peer fundraising allows you to start a fundraiser on behalf of GO Project. GO Project uses a technology called Classy for peer-to-peer fundraising. They are a secure donation site and you […]

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Uganda Travel Diary | Cathie Simpson

GO Project Travel Coordinator/Support, Cathie Simpson, works behind the scenes in GO Project field coordination. In March 2020, she got the chance to go on a trip of her own and went on a life-changing journey to Uganda where […]

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Event Recap: An Evening of Encouragement 2020

The world is focusing on so much negativity right now, but the good continues to happen all around us and needs to be celebrated. On Saturday, May 2nd, we did just that by virtually gathering for An Evening of […]

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Breaking education barriers | A story of hope from Uganda

In less developed countries of the world, access to education is limited. Access to specialized education is incredibly rare. There are over 1 billion people in the world with disabilities according to the World Health Organization, and many of […]

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Providing safety and comfort during conflict

In 2019, we expanded our initiatives to care for children who have lost their families and homes due to tribal conflict and ethnic cleansing. We united with the local church to care for children and families affected by violence […]

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