Guinea Bissau has been called the forgotten country because of its low access to physical and spiritual resources. Out of the 1.7 million inhabitants of Guinea Bissau only 30,000 are Evangelical Christian - less than 2%.
We Focus on Four Aspects of Community Transformation
We desire to see villages gain food security through an agriculture training center.
This training center will equip people from surrounding villages with the training and tools they need to produce thriving community gardens.
We partner with missions to see schools constructed and teachers trained in some of the hardest to reach villages.
Local Guineans staff these schools to educate their own people, in their own language.
We currently partner with missionaries that are providing medical care to the least reached areas of Guinea Bissau. Through our partnership we are helping set up medical clinics staffed by long term medical missionaries as well as medically trained locals.
We partner with Agua por Vida to provide clean water sources where there is currently no access. Our partnership allows for locals to be trained in the well digging methods so they can reproduce clean water wells, no longer relying on outside aid and funding.
Empowering Local Communities
Whether it's through agriculture, education, healthcare, or clean water, Hope Remembered is committed to working in rural communities in a way that tackles root causes of extreme poverty by partnering with and training the local community.
Take a look at our impact so far!