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Tuesday, September 02, 2014
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"He defended the cause of the poor and needy, and so all went well.  Is that not what it means to know me?" declares the LORD.

Jeremiah 22:16

Welcome to International Help of Missionaries.  In 2008 IHM was established on the principals and direction of missionaries who serve in developing countries.  Missionaries who have given their lives to serve and help the poor, uneducated and those who lack hope for a better life.  

Our goal is to supply these dedicated men and women the necessary resources to achieve their goals above and beyond their expectations and enable those less fortunate in the world to begin a new frontier of hope.  Our current programs create opportunities for children and young adults through education to become productive, innovative and self-sustaining faith driven adults in their communities and villages. They become beacons of light and hope for the world around them now and into the future. International Help of Missionaries is non sectarian and helps all people in great need  throughout the world.

Our current projects are in Ghana, West Africa:
• Tutoring programs for Jr. High School students to help them accelerate to higher grades of education.
• We support and help sustain the Fr. Dogli Memorial Trade School in New Ayoma, supporting educational programs in farming, construction, office skills and computer sciences.
• We have supported the Adekyee grammar School in the Jasikan district of Ghana with much needed supplies and a school bus. We also raised funds for a water pump for the school which is now operating.
• .• Plans to continue develop mentoring and education sponsorship programs for children who’s families cannot afford to give their children an education and help children who work to continue their education.
• Support communities in attaining access to clean water and sustaining food supplies.


Above are some photos from Ghana taken while one of our board members was there. The one on the left shows you some of the living conditions in Nkoranza, the one on the right is how they would get their water for cooking, washing, cleaning and drinking (see story in projects section under water) which is just outside of Berekum.

Below is a link to a village called Ndasamin where we have finished a bore hole. The video is before the drilling   We have many water projects still in need of help.   any help you can give us for our water projects  would be greatly appreciated you can contact me at  

 The Avega/Ave Ando Water Project Minimize

        Avega/Ave Ando Much Needed  Water

Mathew 25:35 "I Was Thirsty And You Gave Me a Drink"

IHM has delivered clean water to this area. Many of the people living in the villages were suffering from water born diseases. Below are some of the residents  showing where they were getting water. This project was brought to us by of Fr David Ahiaduvor and the support of Fr Victor Ashiagbor.

Mrs Dolores Voyer, St Margaret's school, CCD program, Holy Cross High School, St Adelberts, Guido and Helenka Pantaleoni Foundation, Concert for a Cure, From The Ground Up, Dr. Rev. Cletus Forson, Fr Francis Perry Azah and many more private donors have helped to bring clean drinking water to the community. See pictures below of before and after.

Below are pictures of the community fetching water before the bore hole was done. These people sufferd many diseases and illness from the water they gathered before the well was dug.


Below are phots of the new source of clean pure water for the community


above is Mrs Dolores Voyer from St Margarets with the community at the new water source that was completed. Some additional photos below of the community in celebration.







IHM is a registered 501c/3 Charity all donations are 100% tax deductible. 100% of donations are used for charitable purposes.

International Help of Missionaries

 64-07 77th Place
Middle Village, New York 11379

call us at 1 917 273 1723

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