Countries We Serve


Our first program in Choluteca Honduras started in 2008 in an effort to assist the poorest of the poor in Choluteca which had sustained incredible damage earlier from Hurricane Mitch.  Since it’s inception, the program has provided over 800 micro enterprise loans to recipients and continues to have amazing results in transforming lives.

This program is currently fully funded and self-sustaining in that the interest revenues generated pay for the overhead costs of the program.

This program is administered in partnership with the Foundation Gran Commission.  For additional details and stories, see the stories section of our web site.

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Andahuayas is where O4H has been led to invest in lives of children and adults that have been forgotten.  Even though Andahuayas is at an altitude of 10,000 feet in the Andes Mountains, and an hour and half ride by turbo-prop, God has prepared and provided in advance.

In the past, these peoples have suffered attacks by rebels who killed most of the men and boys.  But their remote location has caused the central government in Lima to mostly ignore their plight. Previous help organizations pulled out many years ago.  But Michael Monks of O4H struck out to find what God had prepared.  Michael first found Jami, who is running a school for children who come into the city from the surrounding mountains, their parent’s status unknown.  A former micro-loan administrator for another concern, Jami has been praying for organization to return to help the people.  While his school has been very successful, he knows there is more to be done for the community.

God’s other provision is Giannina of Minneapolis, MN.  Born in Peru, and a successful business woman in the United States, Michael met her in Lima on the way back from Andahuayas.  Giannina is looking to help her birth country by relocating back to Peru and help its residents by utilizing her skills and experience running non-profit companies.  O4H has partnered with Gannina and Jami to provide the core administration for a micro loan program in Andahuayas.  The first few loans have been successful and have been used reach out to Quechua families, primarily women who live in the Andes Mountains.  Loans are typically to assist small groups of women to plant potatoes, alfalfa, or purchase and raise guinea pigs (Cuy) which are raised for food.  If you would like to assist with funding our Peru outreach, please visit our donations page.

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Sri Lanka

O4H recently began a program in the war-torn region of North-West Sri Lanka.  The economy has been literally destroyed by years of war and is beginning to heal since peace was restored a few years ago.  Because of the primitive economic system and the desperate need, the program is projected to work with loans for as little as $50.  O4H is partnering with Lanka Bible College to test this program and will decide this year whether it is feasible to expand and move forward.

To date, funding for the launch of this new pilot program has been provided by our board members.

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South Africa

O4H began working in South Africa this summer with the help of the Sieberhagen family.  The goal is to reach into the poorest communities to help ones improve their personal and family situations.  We will be pursuing both individual and group loans to broaden our impact and reach.  Through this families may experience the love of Christ for the first time.

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