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New Hope International

Overseas Education, Aid, Development and Training

To enable New Hope International (NHI) to conduct Education, Aid, Development and Training of staff and teacher in Christian Schools in less developed countries of the world.

How will the funds be used?

NHI was set up to assist and encourage students and staff of Christian schools to work together with a special focus on helping to help meet the needs of children in less developed countries. NHI is a network of more than500 schools and tertiary institutes in countries including: Australia, India, Indonesia, New Zealand, PNG, Philippines, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Tanzania, Tonga, Uganda, Vanuatu and Zambia. Students and staff in these schools are praying for, learning about and finding ways of helping each other, NHI helps by:

  • Facilitating school visits and forming sister school relationships
  • Developing special projects to help schools in poorer countries
  • It's 'Educating for Change' program
  • Helping to keep schools in the network informed
The 'Educating for Change' program is a Christ centred program being developed by NHI to help bring hope to people in developing countries. The first part of this three year program is called 'Effective Teaching'. This program of inservice training helps teachers to teach effectively from a Christian perspective and was first offered in June 2006 in the Solomon Islands, PNG, Tanzania and Uganda with the second stage being presented in 2008 and 2009 to these countries. It has received enthusiastic acclaim from Christian School leaders in Australia, New Zealand and the countries it has been presented in. This course provides the opportunity of impacting the lives of thousand of young people growing up in these developing countries. NHI has received enquiries about this program from schools in many other countries and annually provides training in Sydney for lecturers from Australia and overseas to enable them to teach the teachers in these less developed countries of the world.

Upon donations being received by NHI, we will contact the donor regarding which country they would like the donation to be allocated to. NHI currently has projects in Uganda, PNG, Solomon Islands, Tanzania and India and as some NHI projects within these countries, (except India) have tax deductibility status, we are able to issue a Tax Deductible Receipt to the donor once they have indicated which project and country they would like to support.

Key Areas of Expenditure

Printing of training manuals
Costs associated with running conferences overseas for teachers
Specific projects as they arise overseas
  • Travel expenses for trainers
  • Staff located in overseas countries

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Contact Details

38 Fingal Street

Are donations tax deductible?


Will I receive a receipt for my donation?

Yes, as soon as your donation is processed.