WEEPs has gone global and has started working with national leaders to adopt plans for rolling out WEEPs’ strategies.


WEEPs International is an organization birthed out of many trips to Uganda, Africa. We have toured many regions of this nation and found the same challenges which are in many parts of the world. Poverty, disease and despair have ravaged a country that was already plundered by decades of war, leaving behind countless widows, orphans, and vulnerable women. Our purpose is to help equip widows and vulnerable women with the means to enter into business for themselves enabling them to support their families and live self-sustaining lives and ultimately conquering poverty throughout the third world.
WEEPsSaturday, February 13th, 2016 at 2:59am
That $ in change in your couch or under the seat of your car can potentially cause dancing and fill the stomach of a child with bread and silence the growl of hunger. 🍞🍞🍞🍞🍞🍞
This is an island in Uganda which we work on putting widows in business. Coming there empty handed is not possible. A 1.00 loaf of bread has caused grown men and women as well as children to dance and they are grateful that their families will not go to bed hungry that day.

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They will know they are loved not by our words but by our actions!!!!
WEEPsWednesday, February 10th, 2016 at 6:39pm
Do you know that as little as 50.00 can change a widow's life in developing countries? This was a widow from Eastern Uganda in a village along the border of Kenya. We went there to put her in business and arrived for a funeral. She had just finished burying her 6 year old daughter that had died from hunger a few hours prior. All I could do was let her cry and see to it that her and her son did not meet the same fate. She has been in business now six years through
WEEPsSaturday, February 6th, 2016 at 2:44pm
WEEPs first came to Gracie in 2011. She is a widow with several children and is severely physically challenged. When I first visited Gracie, she lived in a very small mud hut. We sat on her floor as she began to tell me her story. I looked around and there was nothing but her children and her in the…
WEEPsThursday, February 4th, 2016 at 12:38pm
WEEPsThursday, February 4th, 2016 at 12:35pm
WEEPs first met Grace in the slums of Kampala, Uganda in 2012. She was a widow living in poverty inside one of the biggest slums in Kampala. Her house was very small and I sat with her she told me her story. Grace had been widowed with two children and struggling to stay alive. She had a small busin…
WEEPsSunday, January 31st, 2016 at 2:05am
100% AGREE!