We value best practice development and community-driven solutions, working with local partners to support projects in areas of health, education, WASH (water, sanitation and hygiene), agriculture and livelihoods. We take a 'hand up, not a hand out' approach to development, which means we support local communities to implement projects that build their capacity to generate their own income and improve access to basic services long-term.


The World Youth International School, Nepal

The World Youth International School was opened on September 14 (Robert Hoey’s birthday) 1999, with the purpose to train local teachers and provide a rich, dynamic education for its students. Situated in the Gokarna region, the school provides children with a quality education through shared cultura...


Mama Ann's Odede Community Health Centre, Kenya

The Odede Health Centre is a community-driven initiative that brings crucial healthcare services to thousands of people living in extreme poverty every year in western Kenya. It provides maternal and infant health care, HIV testing and support, and many other services. Hundreds of women give birth...


Sapana Dreaming Children's Home, Nepal

The Sapana Dreaming Children's Home in Gokarna, Nepal, was built to provide a place for underprivileged children who do not have access to basic rights, such as education and a safe and loving home.


The Asembo Bay Goat Breeder's Association, Kenya

World Youth International has worked in partnership with the Asembo Goat Breeder's Association, a local organisation in Asembo Bay, Eastern Kenya.Asembo Bay is located in a very rural area of Eastern Kenya, where many people live in extreme poverty (less than $2 per day).WYI supported the Asem...


Nam Lolwe Cooperative

The Nam Lolwe Cooperative is located in the rural village of Odede in Eastern Kenya, near Lake Victoria.Most people in Odede live in extreme poverty (less than $2 per day). The area has high levels of unemployment, maternal and child mortality rates, and malnutrition and common diseases.The N...


Nepal Earthquake Reconstruction Projects

In April 2015, an earthquake that killed more than 9,000 people and injured more than 23,000 devastated Nepal. The World Youth International School, which has more than 500 students, and the Sapana Children's Dreaming Home, which provides a safe and loving home for vulnerable children, were damag...

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