Vision Of The Future
Hands Of Hope East Africa has a vision for an expanded child welfare project in big and more helpful that is designed specifically to meet both the immediate and long-term needs of children and young adults in desperate circumstances.
It is the desire of Hands of Hope East Africa to provide rehabilitation, medical care and education for hundreds and thousands of affected, orphaned, abandoned, and destitute children and adolescents in East Africa. With the right opportunities, destitute children and adolescents can become self-sufficient and responsible adults in godly way. These opportunities enrich not only individual children, but are passed on to the community, the nation, and future generations.
Hands Of Hope East Africa’s plans for the thirty acres include:
Expanded Hands Of Hope Clinic.
Build Hands of Hope School (Primary and Secondary). Our plan is to build modern school to provide primary and junior secondary education to the children in our care and the surrounding community.
The first phase of this project would provide a primary education for at least 300 children each term. The school will follow Kenya’s structured educational system allowing children to attend eight years of Primary School and then four years of Junior Secondary School. With funds available, four years of Senior Secondary School could also be provided. In the evenings, the school building will also be used for vocational training classes so that hundreds more Kenyan can learn a useful skill or trade in order to become self-sufficient. Through this program, the school building will have maximum usage and thousands of students each year could be educated.
In addition to the main components listed above, a new administration building for the entire compound, a centrally located cafeteria/kitchen with large dining hall, plus a soccer playing field and playground for the children, are also part of our plans.
We plan to have a Clinic/Lifestyle Centre with medical equipment and supplies that are not routinely found in Kenya, and medical professionals coming from abroad to train Kenya’s nurses and doctors so that more lives can be saved. In total, we anticipate constructing 5-10 new buildings during the first phase, with room for further expansion over time, and as funds are available.
Currently, we are seeking partners to help us get the land ready, construction and also to fund the project building. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org, if you would like to help.