HOPE Africa is a Non-Profit Company created as the Anglican Church’s response to poverty and inequality in society. The work of HOPE Africa focuses on building sustainable Partnerships, Capacity Building, Public Policy and Advocacy, and providing support and guidance to community projects.
At our recent Strategic Planning HOPE Africa decided to change the last word in our full name from Health, Opportunity, Partnership, Employment to Empowerment. This was done to reflect what our work is currently all about. While we feel that employment is important, we rather empower and equip people with the necessary skill to find employment.
Key activities: building the capacity of the faith leaders and communities to address their challenges, care for orphaned and vulnerable children and youth, care and support for victims and survivors of sexual and gender based violence, food security and household sustainability, create responses to health issues including HIV and Aids and other health threatening diseases and conditions, initiatives and programs that support the empowerment of women in communities and society.
HOPE Africa Strategy
From Interventions to solutions
Engaging with communities and integrating their responses
Training and education programs to tackle a wide variety of issues
Research and knowledge solutions hub
Bringing together thought leaders to create an information hub
Change the narrative
Thinking differently about mission and development
It’s our mission to help people reduce their poverty by a huge number of helpful campaigns to make it essential.