By Cameron Brening and Ashley Thomas On a field visit to Pabbo, we were fortunate enough to witness first-hand just how life changing the Uplift Program is throughout Northern Uganda. Pabbo is one of the four Uplift villages, where the next phase of the program is being implemented. The day spent in this village was… Continue reading Uplift: A Growing Success
https://youtu.be/B3v-pfcFsJA By Esther Ayaa HCU is excited to announce our newest partnership under the project Girl Power with She for She, a Women’s Education and Empowerment NGO which teaches local women to manufacture safe, environmentally-friendly reusable pads, and distributes them to women around the world. On September 20, there was a one day training held at… Continue reading HCU X She For She Partnership!
By Cameron Brening and Ashley Thomas This past Saturday we were able to celebrate our first graduating class from HCU’s Computer Literacy Program! These students have been working hard for three months, coming to class everyday to learn computer skills that are essential in Uganda’s growing job market. The graduates familiarized themselves with basic… Continue reading Congrats Grads! First-ever Computer Literacy Class Completed
This blog post is a collaborative piece, written by all House of Hope staff members in order to capture the essence of teamwork which made the Grand Opening such a success: Robert Okello, Esther Ayaa, Grace Ouma, Mirriam Oroma, and Kevin Okumu. On the 22nd September 2018, there was the Grand Opening of the House… Continue reading House of Hope: The Grand Opening!
by Jamie Stuart Through our Girl Power Gulu program, Hope Center Uganda has been providing free menstrual hygiene, reproductive health, and sanitary pad trainings and distributions to 300 women for the past 12 months. Unfortunately, our suppliers have failed to provide us with pads for the past 3 months due to a shortage of supplies.… Continue reading HCU’s Girls Need You Now!
By Mia Hodges It is hard to believe that just about a month ago I was finishing up my 5 weeks in Gulu. In some respects, it feels like ages ago that Allison, Saelar, and I visited the endearing community of Okumu and were given a chicken as a gift to thank us for what… Continue reading Intern Update: Return and Reflect
By Jamie Stuart It was three years ago today that Ella, Kevin and I finally secured one very gorgeous, slightly swampy plot of land and one official Ugandan NGO registration certificate. It all started just a week earlier, when the three of us were driving through Gulu. Back when the roads were still unpaved, dusty… Continue reading Celebrating Three Years of Hope!