Closed Building Villages A World For Every Orphan

An aid project by “Hope Beyond Worldwide” (H. Worldwide) in Uganda (Kampala, Jinja, Gulu, Masaka), India (Gorubathan) , Kenya (Nakuru), Uganda

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H. Worldwide (Project Manager)

H. Worldwide
Making the world a better place is the most rewarding/ exciting experience, the world's most neediest communities need support is a range of activities which include helping women, children (both orphans and vulnerable), youth,schools, health care and education and most of these lack support and skills to meet the needs in the community.

H.B Worldwide raises money and uses the funds to initiate projects helping the neediest communities around the developing world, your charitable gift will go a long way in improving the lives of many needy people.

You can help women, children, social change, health care, education, sports and youth and every other imaginable issue. Many projects would like to receive support or sponsors for the people in their care. Whether you are an individual or a corporation, you can make a meaningful contribution to the communities where we work by sponsoring a project in any capacity.

Donations can be designated and 100% of the funds will go to the designated project. You can also work with us to help with fund-raising or finding sponsors for the projects, we shall take photos and design information about the projects to give potential sponsors.

Every dollar raised makes a tremendous impact on the lives of these people and the community! If you are interested in sponsoring one of our projects choose from the projects below. For further information please visit our website: or e-mail us at or

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Location: Uganda (Kampala, Jinja, Gulu, Masaka), India (Gorubathan) , Kenya (Nakuru), Uganda

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