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A way to help – Hope House: Breaking generational cycles of Persecution

In many Muslim countries like Egypt, Christians are considered third-class citizens. Christian children are denied a quality education, while their parents are without access to capital to start businesses and suffer constant job discrimination. This leaves them stuck in an unending multi-generational cycle of poverty.


Through International Christian Concern’s Hope House, Christian children receive supplemental education that is laser-focused on the skills that take them to the top of the employment ladder, Their parents receive vocational training, small business assistance, and microfinance grants.

This program seeks to move the entire Christian community out of generational poverty, one family at a time. ICC offers a way to join their effort to break the cycle of centuries of persecution and poverty and bring hope to the persecuted. Today, 250 children are being supported by ICC’s Hope House project in Egypt.

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