foster hope

See: promise
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Camp is designed to build courage, foster hope and promote healing outside of treatment centers and hospitals.
GHR Foundation applies entrepreneurial creativity and universal catholic values to foster hope and opportunity where it is needed most.
He addresses three common critiques of using emerging media in ministry: they create distraction, foster hope in technological progress, and isolate.
The recipient demonstrates an enduring commitment to the wholeness of the campus and community neighbors; works to foster hope, meaning and transformation within the communities served; and exemplifies the college's commitment to training ethical, reflective, and socially engaged leaders and change agents.
Implementation of strategies that foster hope into physiotherapy practice
Citing his vision for the future, Shaikh Rashid said that he would focus all his efforts on cementing peaceful co-existence so as to allay fears, foster hope and ensure security reigns.
The days of barren, stark housing is being replaced with light, color and environments that foster hope and rehabilitation for young, troubled juvenile offenders.
Health care providers can foster hope in the following ways:
Drawing from his own experience as a cancer patient, Bolletino, a psychotherapist specializing in cancer and other life-threatening illnesses, relates how to help caregivers deal with feelings of grief and despair, realistically foster hope, cope with the situation, and provide emotional and practical support to the patient during illness and treatment.
The Pope's visit is not only expected to boost Catholicism in Africa but it is also an effort to foster hope and reconciliation ahead of the Africa Synod to be held at the Vatican later this year.
The struggle to build instead of destroy, and foster hope over despair, will result in greater infrastructure and economic growth in Gaza.