HAMIN Foundation supports and offers Help To People In Need. This means that help is offered to the poorest, most vulnerable and marginalized people in society in poor countries. HAMIN wants to help people in all aspects of their “being”, physically, emotionally, mentally and spiritually.
Spiritual means that we believe all people have the right to hear and experience what the love of Jesus is all about. In short, it is about the total person.

The HAMIN foundation is currently active for the projects that are implemented in Thailand and West Africa.


How Jan van de Vis started HAMIN(† June 8, 2016):

In the 1990s, after receiving a generous gift, Jan van de Vis began the HAMIN foundation. Through this foundation, Jan was able to realize his heart’s desire: reach people with the Gospel in deeds and words, giving hands and feet to Jesus.
After Jan visited Thailand in 2008 and took Siam-Care’s work to heart, HAMIN started to support Adrienne Blomberg who then led the work. In 2013, Adrienne left to work in Liberia.

HAMIN a Public Benefit Institution (ANBI). As a result, your donations from and in the Netherlands are tax-deductible.

The HAMIN Foundation is committed to fundraising for projects in Thailand and West Africa. We started with work in Thailand, expanded to Liberia and more recenlty supported projects in Ghana and Nigeria as well.


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In Thailand HAMIN supports the work of Siam-Care, a Christian organization committed to children and families affected by HIV and/or poverty. They help children with their education and support poor families medically, mentally and financially.


In Liberia HAMIN works closely together with DUCHASC headed by the passionate founder Rose Kamara. Initially work was done to support their response during and after the disastrous Ebola outbreak. At present the work revolves around vulnerable women and children, many of who have been abused.  t

Ghana & Nigeria

In Ghana HAMIN works together with CTIW (Children and Teens in Worship) Foundation’ headed by Mark en Petra van Liere Ed-Orta Addo. Their mandate is ‘Impacting our Generation with the Gospel of Christ Jesus’. The foundation supports various locak projects Zij ondersteunen lokale projecten in Ghana waaronder projecten in het onderwijs. 

In Nigeria HAMIN works together with SUWA (Scripture Union West Africa) headed by the passionate couple Sam and Rhoda Udanyi. SUWA’s mandate is one of building the capacity of communities, to respond to the HIV/AIDS pandemic, Orphan and Vulnerable Children interventions, Entrepreneurship, Peace Building initiatives and violence against Women and Girls