From transforming lives to restoring communities
Hope Commission International, envisioned by Dr. Komi Aholou in 1996 and registered in 2004,is a ministry that seeks to fulfill Jesus' commission of discipleship of the nations. At the core of its mission is a commitment to advancing the kingdom of God through teaching, preaching, and serving.
SEW apprenticeship program
The Sewing and Embroidery (SEW) Girls Can Learn Program is a specialized apprenticeship program designed to equip girls with the skills they need to succeed in the field of sewing and embroidery. The program is designed to provide participants with the skills they need to obtain national certification, which in turn provides a pathway for financial empowerment and success out of poverty.
Hope Commission International (HCI) recognizes the importance of promoting Positive Youth Leadership Development and aims to do so by exposing young people to cross-cultural and community experiences. Through these experiences, young people can develop a greater understanding of the world around them and gain valuable leadership skills that can help them become effective leaders in their communities.
Our vision is to see a great harvest of souls through Togo's church planting and evangelism ministry. We hope this will lead to a large harvest of souls. We work to see the church grow and thrive in Africa and bring many people to Christ.
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
Ryan from Gibson, GA at the Haiti Mission Trip 2018
Hope Commission International is an honorable organization with a great leader. I want to do more mission trips, and I trust this organization, so it’s a perfect match for me.”
Desaree from Lithonia, GA
at Brazil Mission Trip 2016
Throughout the entire trip I feel like I gained more than I gave. So much was deposited in me and I feel like I have tangible things to implement in my everyday life .”
Bob from Chattanooga, TN
at Togo Mission Trip 2014
For three consecutive summers I have also participated in the short-term mission ventures . We pray for the sick. We minister to AIDS patients, orphans, and to physically and mentally challenged children.