WHO WE ARE
With particular interest in the United Nations’ SDGs 4, 3, 2 and 16, we are passionately working with our volunteers, partnering organizations, schools and rural communities to advocate, reignite hopes and increase access to education for out-of-school children, victims of violent extremism, internally displaced people, children with disabilities, rural communities and children living in vulnerable situations.
At HOPE, we also work collaboratively to improve the health and well-being of children and their families. Through community interventions and advocacy, our volunteers, researchers and professionals develop innovative approaches capable of advancing children’s health and education.
Through our sports engagement programs between our Adopted schools, we are providing spaces and sporting activities to promote trust and social cohesion by encouraging cultural exchange between young people. Their participation in these sport-activities builds leadership skills both on and off the field. It gives us the opportunity to teach them the importance of inclusion, peaceful coexistence, and respect for diversities and empathy for everyone they meet. It also unites these children from different walks of life.
Our continued path as a community organization for children provides opportunities to take the lead as we develop new partnerships, engage our volunteers, and continue advocating for vulnerable children’s education, health and wellness. We are passionately reigniting the hopes of rural communities, victims of violent extremism and children with special needs, by giving them educational support to enable them secure a life of dignity for themselves and the society.
We’re on a mission to create an Africa where every child can read and write regardless of their conditions, who they are and where they are from.
We envision a world where every child has access to quality education and equal opportunities to enable them secure a life of dignity for themselves and the society.