Current projects


A hand to mouth existence - will you help change a life

There is an orphanage in Vietnam on the back streets of Ho Chi Minh's City, where young children found begging and living on the streets have been placed in a home. The pastor's wife of a local church oversees it and teenage girls rescued and rehabilitated from the sex industry, act as housemothers.

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No to abuse, making a stand in Ghana

Ghana have such a huge heart to help the children of their nation. Their child sponsorship programme has 4,381 children involved with another 14,869 enrolled in IN Ghana schools. They are not afraid to address societal evils and reach communities through arranging forums on child trafficking, child marriage and challenging commercial sexual exploitation of children. They love sharing the gospel and last year 23 new communities were reached with the gospel resulting in 1,451 people publically confessing Jesus.

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Not just 1000 meals a week - add love, care and prayer

Twenty-five women voluntarily cook 1000 meals each week, for a Vietnamese children's hospital. Vietnamese families have to care for their sick in the hospital as there is no catering staff and nurses are tied up with serious medical tasks.

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The Jesus Film

The Jesus Film is the most effective way of reaching the unreached. Dubbed into 1,500 indigenous languages so far, it is said that 200 million have come to Jesus after watching the Jesus film. We would like to make it available to our partners in Myanmar, Dehradun India, Cambodia, and Uganda!

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Bangladesh - Naogoan ophanage project

Children in the rural areas of Bangladesh are in danger of child exploitation and enforced labour. International Needs wants your help to open an Orphanage in Naogoan to give the community hope and a future. The Orphanage would provide accommodation and care for 50 children rescued from child exploitation and schooling, healthcare and food to 400 children in the surrounding community.

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