We focus on sustainable, holistic development by equipping families and communities to care for one another and earn a livelihood.
Christian Horizons Global was established in 1990 as a faith based not-for-profit organization providing hope and opportunity for people at risk around the world. As a Christian-based organization, we serve those in need regardless of religion, race or gender.
We serve people living in exceptional circumstances, including people with intellectual or physical disabilities, people affected by HIV/AIDS, children at risk who have been orphaned or abandoned and communities affected by extreme poverty.
Helping people with exceptional needs in our global projects is made possible through the generous donations of individual and corporate donors, churches, grants and foundations. In each country, our primary partner is a local church or local church organization. When it comes to creating communities of belonging in Haiti, Guatemala, Nicaragua, Ethiopia, South Sudan, Kenya and Uganda, the local church is leading the way.
Where We Serve
Central & South America
Education and Training
Christian Horizons Global provides education and training programs in hard-to-reach and marginalized communities by offering the necessary support to build schools, develop curriculum and educational materials, and assist in training teachers and local leaders. Components of our education and training programs include:
Early Childhood Education
We serve the needs of preschool children, including orphans, the disadvantaged and those in hard-to-reach communities, by providing assessments, early intervention, socialization opportunities, and physical and moral development.
Alternative Basic Education
We provide alternative education for out-of-school children and adults in hard-to-reach, rural and destitute areas and prepare them for further education and skills training so they can improve their living conditions for the long-term.
Special Needs Education
We promote and provide resources such as teacher training, materials, expert resources like therapists, and adaptive equipment technicians so that special needs students can be fully integrated and participate in the classroom.