Loving Hands International is in the business of serving those in need. LHI conducts humanitarian activities that empower communities in both the United States and on Continent of Africa. We use assorted resources to provide opportunities that create self-sufficiency

There are many ways to get involved!



Loving Hands International believes housing is healthcare and people are truly

healthier at home. In response, Loving Hands has developed the Supportive Housing Solutions Project. SHS addresses all seven of the HUD priorities. This project will provide support services, leverage housing vouchers, and prioritize chronically homeless with complex healthcare needs such as substance-use disorders and severe and persistent mental illness identified through the Fayetteville/ Cumberland Coordinated Entry System.



Ghana, located on the west coast of Africa, has failed to create a sex-positive environment; rather focuses on abstinence and fear-based or negative perspectives on sexual education. The focus of GAP is to introduce and provide adolescents in Ghana with evidence-based comprehensive sexual education. 
In the efforts to improve adolescents' access to high-quality information and services.



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School children in underserved communities are in desperate need of school supplies. Classrooms lack the basic essential school supplies such as pencils and crayons that make for a meaningful educational experience for school children. Experience the smile and hope on the face of a child who has never owned or have a book of their own to read. The lack of these supplies negatively affects the quality of the education these children receive.



he health care program’s work and experience with chronically homeless persons also generate research that has helped shape its own approach and inform other service providers. Motivated by high morbidity and mortality rates among the homeless during the 1990s, medical researchers affiliated with the program began to study the medical records of BHCHP clients to identify factors other than homelessness that were associated with death.9 The research of Stephen Hwang, James O’Connell, and their medical colleagues established that chronic health conditions put homeless persons at significantly heightened risk for dying on the street.10 Their studies showed that being chronically homeless for six months or more and having one or more of the following markers signaled a high chance of premature death without housing and adequate support:


Volta Farming Project 

As a way to empower the youth, agriculture is not the last resort but rather the first initiative to sustainable living and future. By strengthening their agricultural and entrepreneurial skills Loving Hands International is providing farming families, youth and indivudals the opportunitiy -----