Healing Hands International News

View the latest issue of our newsletter.

Posted by Taryn Foster on October 16, 2020
In the Bwengu village of northern Malawi, 59 people were trained in survival gardening techniques, bringing the total number trained to over 44,000 in 36 countries! Using compost, raised planting beds, and drip irrigation, trainees often double or triple their vegetable yield.
Read more >
Posted by Taryn Foster on August 5, 2020
This pandemic has manifested itself deeply into each of our lives. We have been physically and emotionally restricted in the United States. A multitude of people in other countries have lost their jobs, and in many countries these people live day by day off of what they earn.
Read more >
Posted by Emily Lansdell on June 25, 2020
Clean water wells funded through Walk4Water continue to flow in places Yendi, Ghana. At the Kamshegu Health Clinic in that village, a well was drilled for the patients and local residents that provided them with clean and accessible water.
Read more >
Posted by Emily Lansdell on June 9, 2020
As the pandemic took over the country and our lives, we were faced with the reality that many Walk4Water events would have to be cancelled or postponed.
Read more >
Posted by Emily Lansdell on June 3, 2020
Lives are slowly moving forward during the global pandemic, but in some parts of the world, food shortages continue every day. In India, recent donor gifts have equipped us to feed approximately 75 families through the church in Nellore, which also contributed toward the distribution.
Read more >