Thankfully our team is safe after an unfortunate highway collision, but we need to fundraise to repair the damages to our car.
https://youtu.be/R-b1KJJPt9I "As part of the Berlin Economic Forum, the Institute for Cultural Diplomacy received on March 6th, Jamie Le Fanu Stuart and Kevin Okumu, founders of Hope Centre Uganda. Surprisingly, despite decades of wars, Uganda is ranked the most entrepreneurial country in the world. What explains this successful revival? The speakers provided part of the… Continue reading Grassroots Approaches to Multifaceted Development: International Forum For Sustainable Development in Africa
by Lucy Russell My mom is my hero. After going to college and majoring in microfinance, she embarked on a lifetime of humanitarian work in order to improve her close knit community. She is a fiercely independent woman with unimaginable fortitude, raising two children as a single mother under demanding circumstances. She is employed as… Continue reading Women’s Day 2019: Celebrating Ms. Anena Kevin Okumu
By Anna Borodova In celebration of International Women’s Week, Berlin-based PANGEA II will be throwing its first ever event in support for the Hope Center. The evening will feature No Shade, a Berlin-based community that brings a safe space for female, trans and non-binary DJ’s. Berlin exemplifies a city that is lucky enough to have… Continue reading Pangea II: Berlin to Gulu
Thank you all for another great year! 2018 saw some amazing accomplishments. 450 women enrolled in Uplift, our micro-loan and financial education program, were able to develop their small businesses and grow their community. 100% of these women have paid back 100% of their loans. 673 girls and young women enrolled in our Girl Power program have been… Continue reading 2018: Another Year for the Books!
By Brandon Colby If you are reading this, you have a direct opportunity to help save the lives of thousands of children. My name is Brandon Colby and I’m 21 years old. I’m from a small rural town in New South Wales, Australia. After leaving high school, I left to travel the world with little… Continue reading Open Appeal for Nodding Syndrome Support
By Emma Papin On the 18th of October, the HCU team, equipped with donations and support, drove out to the Omoro district for their first visit to the Odek Centre for children suffering from Nodding Syndrome (NS). With the aim of learning more about the lives of the children, the condition of NS, the Centre, … Continue reading A Day in the Field: Nodding Syndrome Centre Research