Tribal areas around the world are too often economically depressed communities. Pushed to the margins of society, too many tribal people are without a job, without medical care, without adequate education for their children -- in short, too many are without the means of providing for the life and health of their families. This is especially true for those who live in rural villages.
To compound the general and debilitating problems that poverty brings to tribal society, there are large segments of the population who need help with specific social issues. Many feel trapped in impossible situations: women without husbands to provide for their families, children going hungry, men who cannot find the dignity of honest work, plus victims of human trafficking and natural disaster.
We at Pacific Hope want to empower at-risk groups to improve their situations for themselves with the support they need so that they can succeed. Pacific Hope offers this support as part of a larger team effort that includes an education foundation, House of Prayer communities and economic development facilities.
The goal of Pacific Hope is to bring hope to millions that are trapped in impossible situations such as extreme poverty, human trafficking, and social and economic disaster. We want to empower at-risk groups to improve their situations themselves with the support they need so that they can succeed and prosper on their own terms.
Building centers in tribal areas which house and facilitate the goals and objectives of Pacific Hope.
Developing social support projects for those trapped in poverty: initially comprehensive training and jobs development with support and counseling.
Administrating community development projects using micro-loans to stimulate small business in coordination with the jobs program.
Envisioning further programs for social support, community development and humanitarian aid that will network with other allied groups and increase their reach regionally, nationally and worldwide.
Establishing schools and community in cooperation with our sister organizations Pacific Gates Education and Ring of Fire House of Prayer Communities.