What We Do
Health and HIV Services
HWWK works with other stakeholders to develop and implement strategies and interventions that increase access and utilization of health services to youth and children- its primary beneficiaries. Learn More
Strengthening Community Health & Related Structures
HWWK works with like-minded stakeholders and seeks to create and strengthen community structures that are responsive, sustainable and effectively supporting citizens Learn More
Reduced Water Borne Diseases
HWWK designs and implements programs that improve access to clean water and sanitary facilities in areas where it works to reduce water-borne diseases and improve the health of youth and children in their communities. Learn More
Improved Livelihoods Programs
HWWK works with youth and child caregivers in underserved communities to improve their entrepreneurship and vocational skills to enable them start businesses and/or get jobs. Learn More
Who We Are
HOPE worldwide Kenya (HWWK) was registered in 1999, although prior to this, a team of Christians from Nairobi Christian Church, a member of the International Churches of Christ, would reach out to and serve the needy through benevolent activities. These voluntary activities attracted more people to participate and before long the vision translated to an established institution that would carry out the activities in a legal, coordinated and professional manner.
Initially HWWK received financial assistance from Rotarians for Fighting AIDS and Rotary Club of Nairobi East to help vulnerable children in Mukuru with provision of basic education and appropriate nutrition.
Change a Life
$ 30 (Ksh 3,000)
will provide nutrition support, school fees support, school uniforms and capital for income generating activities for caregivers
Sanitary Towels For Every Girl
$10 dollars (Ksh 1000)
will give one year’s supply of sanitary towels to one girl who is unable to afford them.
Empower Youth Through Vocational Training
$ 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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