Kenya Kids Project

Kenya Kids Education Fundraiser

Kenya Kids is an Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVC) sponsorship project created to serve children by embracing and strengthening highly vulnerable families.

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Get Involved

HOPE worldwide Kenya (HWWK) recognizes and values the contribution made by Volunteers and Corporate Partners since our registration in 1999, to the official launch of programs in 2003 and onwards.

Our Causes

Empowered, Healthy and Safe Communities

HOPE worldwide Kenya works with youth in informal settlements and addresses the structural drivers that directly and indirectly increases their vulnerability including poverty, gender inequality, sexual violence, and a lack of education.

Change a Life

Change a Life

Youth in Kenya face many challenges. At the heart of these challenges is poverty that makes them vulnerable to involvement in risky behavior, cutting short their potential, dreams and lives.

Public Notice
PUBLIC NOTICE

It has come to the attention of HOPE worldwide Kenya that some unscrupulous individuals purporting to work for the organization are soliciting money from unsuspecting members of the public on claims that they can help them secure employment opportunities.

All jobs vacancies are advertised and awarded on a competitive basis. The recruitment process starts with a vacancy advertisement through media and/or on our website www.hopewwkenya.org. no one should pay money for selection, interviews or employment to a vacancy purported to be from our organization or for favorable consideration for any other service.

HWWK will not hesitate to take legal action against any individual/s found to be involved in this misrepresentation of job opportunities to the unsuspecting public

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Kenya Kids Project

Kenya Kids Education Fundraiser

Kenya Kids is an Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVC) sponsorship project created to serve children by embracing and strengthening highly vulnerable families.

Get Involved

Get Involved

HOPE worldwide Kenya (HWWK) recognizes and values the contribution made by Volunteers and Corporate Partners since our registration in 1999, to the official launch of programs in 2003 and onwards.

Our Causes

Empowered, Healthy and Safe Communities

HOPE worldwide Kenya works with youth in informal settlements and addresses the structural drivers that directly and indirectly increases their vulnerability including poverty, gender inequality, sexual violence, and a lack of education.

Change a Life

Change a Life

Youth in Kenya face many challenges. At the heart of these challenges is poverty that makes them vulnerable to involvement in risky behavior, cutting short their potential, dreams and lives.

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HOPE worldwide Kenya (HWWK) started as a volunteer organization whereby a team of Christians from the Nairobi Christian Church, a constituent of the International Churches of Christ began feeding street children, working with youth, and doing blood donor mobilization. Their benevolent activities attracted more people to participate, and before long, the vision to have an established institution that would carry out the activities in a legal, coordinated, and professional manner was born. Registration with the local NGO Board occurred in the year 1999.

Vision

Empowered, Healthy and Safe Communities

Mission

HWWK is a local faith-based not for profit organization working with youth, children and key populations to improve their quality of life through inclusive health programming among underserved and vulnerable communities in Kenya

HOPE worldwide Kenya (HWWK) started as a volunteer organization whereby a team of Christians from the Nairobi Christian Church, a constituent of the International Churches of Christ began feeding street children, working with youth, and doing blood donor mobilization. Their benevolent activities attracted more people to participate, and before long, the vision to have an established institution that would carry out the activities in a legal, coordinated, and professional manner was born. Registration with the local NGO Board occurred in the year 1999.

Vision

Empowered, Healthy and Safe Communities

Mission

HWWK is a local faith-based not for profit organization working with youth, children and key populations to improve their quality of life through inclusive health programming among underserved and vulnerable communities in Kenya

HWWK works with other stakeholders to develop and implement strategies…

Communities are not sufficiently engaged in addressing their own health concerns…

HWWK works with youth and child caregivers in underserved communities to…

We mobilize resources to support high school education through sponsorships programs, facilitate transition to university and build partnerships for mentorship programs.

Kenya Kids is an Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVC) sponsorship project created to serve children by embracing and strengthening highly vulnerable families…

For girls in the communities where we work the struggle of not having sanitary towels is very real. Girls who are unable to afford sanitary towels often resort to using…

Youth in Kenya face many challenges. At the heart of these challenges is poverty that makes them vulnerable to involvement in risky behavior,…

Kenya Kids is an Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVC) sponsorship project created to serve children by embracing and strengthening highly vulnerable families…

For girls in the communities where we work the struggle of not having sanitary towels is very real. Girls who are unable to afford sanitary towels often resort to using…

Youth in Kenya face many challenges. At the heart of these challenges is poverty that makes them vulnerable to involvement in risky behavior,…

HWWK works with youth, orphaned and vulnerable children, marginalized and key populations, poor communities and the general public to improve their quality of life through responsive and innovative health programming in Kenya.
Help us raise money to fund our causes, We need you.
HWWK works with youth, orphaned and vulnerable children, marginalized and key populations, poor communities and the general public to improve their quality of life through responsive and innovative health programming in Kenya.
HWWK recognizes and values the contribution made by volunteers, Corporate partners and Hope Volunteer Corps Kenya.

HWWK recognizes and values the contribution made by volunteers, Corporate partners and Hope Volunteer Corps Kenya.

Our partners

Our partners

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$ 30 (Ksh 3,000)
will provide nutrition support, school fees support, school uniforms and capital for income generating activities for caregivers

$10 dollars (Ksh 1000)
will give one year’s supply of sanitary towels to one girl who is unable to afford them.

$ 70 (Ksh7,000)
will provide Hair and Beauty training for one beneficiary for 6 months at our Mukuru Center of HOPE where we offer subsidized vocational training to empower youth

Change a Life

$ 30 (Ksh 3,000)
will provide nutrition support, school fees support, school uniforms and capital for income generating activities for caregivers

$10 dollars (Ksh 1000)
will give one year’s supply of sanitary towels to one girl who is unable to afford them.

$ 70 (Ksh7,000)
will provide Hair and Beauty training for one beneficiary for 6 months at our Mukuru Center of HOPE where we offer subsidized vocational training to empower youth

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VISION: Empowered, Healthy and Safe Communities.

Education is vital in the fight against the spread of HIV. Through the DREAMS CONNECT project, vulnerable Adolescent Girls and Young Women receive education subsidies and vocational skills training, both of which are crucial to reducing their risk of being infected.

The project also strives to fight gender inequality through educating and empowering girls and women.

#InternationalDayofEducation #dreams #educationforall
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Education is vital in the fight against the spread of HIV. Through the DREAMS CONNECT project, vulnerable Adolescent Girls and Young Women receive education subsidies and vocational skills training, both of which are crucial to reducing their risk of being infected.

The project also strives to fight gender inequality through educating and empowering girls and women.

#InternationalDayofEducation #DREAMS #educationforall

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Wow...happy to see my self in the line...thanks more Hope for fulfilling my dreams...u really helped me even paying my exam fee...Thanks more Hope

Ilikuwa wapi

Nurture & invest in education is the best thing & a life special gift to our children

This #InternationalDayofEducation, HOPE worldwide Kenya affirms its mission to ensure as many children as possible receive an education.

Education is a human right, a public good and a public responsibility. Follow this link to support our Kenya Kids Project Fundraising Campaign and help keep a child in school: www.mchanga.africa/fundraiser/50212
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2 weeks ago
This #InternationalDayofEducation, HOPE worldwide Kenya affirms its mission to ensure as many children as possible receive an education. 

Education is a human right, a public good and a public responsibility. Follow this link to support our Kenya Kids Project Fundraising Campaign and help keep a child in school: https://www.mchanga.africa/fundraiser/50212

On Thursday last week before schools resumed, the Kenya Kids and JamQuest Project teams held a mentorship event and trip to the Nairobi National Museum for the children supported by the projects.

There was an incredible turnout with 145 children visiting the Museum and Snake Park. They participated in guided tours from the Museum staff, and also received a talk from Dr. Julius Nguku, HWWK's Executive Director.
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HOPE worldwide Kenya

HOPE worldwide Kenya

VISION: Empowered, Healthy and Safe Communities.

Education is vital in the fight against the spread of HIV. Through the DREAMS CONNECT project, vulnerable Adolescent Girls and Young Women receive education subsidies and vocational skills training, both of which are crucial to reducing their risk of being infected.

The project also strives to fight gender inequality through educating and empowering girls and women.

#InternationalDayofEducation #dreams #educationforall
... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago
Education is vital in the fight against the spread of HIV. Through the DREAMS CONNECT project, vulnerable Adolescent Girls and Young Women receive education subsidies and vocational skills training, both of which are crucial to reducing their risk of being infected.

The project also strives to fight gender inequality through educating and empowering girls and women.

#InternationalDayofEducation #DREAMS #educationforall

Comment on Facebook

Wow...happy to see my self in the line...thanks more Hope for fulfilling my dreams...u really helped me even paying my exam fee...Thanks more Hope

Ilikuwa wapi

Nurture & invest in education is the best thing & a life special gift to our children

This #InternationalDayofEducation, HOPE worldwide Kenya affirms its mission to ensure as many children as possible receive an education.

Education is a human right, a public good and a public responsibility. Follow this link to support our Kenya Kids Project Fundraising Campaign and help keep a child in school: www.mchanga.africa/fundraiser/50212
... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago
This #InternationalDayofEducation, HOPE worldwide Kenya affirms its mission to ensure as many children as possible receive an education. 

Education is a human right, a public good and a public responsibility. Follow this link to support our Kenya Kids Project Fundraising Campaign and help keep a child in school: https://www.mchanga.africa/fundraiser/50212

On Thursday last week before schools resumed, the Kenya Kids and JamQuest Project teams held a mentorship event and trip to the Nairobi National Museum for the children supported by the projects.

There was an incredible turnout with 145 children visiting the Museum and Snake Park. They participated in guided tours from the Museum staff, and also received a talk from Dr. Julius Nguku, HWWK's Executive Director.
... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago

Comment on Facebook

Basically where

Great Job

This is great,,,,

Beautiful

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