In an effort to improve the lives of students and their families, HOPE Project has begun to help repair and rebuild homes.
Russ Brine shares the success story of a former student of Kitale’s St. John Bosco Rehabilitation Centre.
In rural South Sudan, many children have to stand guard on a platform, shouting and yelling to chase birds away from sorghum.
The Veryser family takes to the court and wades in the water.
Joanne Miya shares lessons from students who put their own personal desires aside to assist others.
A HOPE Project student overcomes many obstacles in her pursuit of starting a tailoring business.
During Festa Junina, Margarita Durán leads fun traditional dances in several favelas.
Rich Tarro shares the extraordinary hardships faced by a Kenyan family — and how the HOPE Project is helping.
The successes of Salvadoran students and their motivation to help their community give hope for a more inclusive and just world.
Inclusion does not follow the deaf student home. Life is different outside the haven of the Deaf Development Programme.
Rich Tarro shares the journey and the struggles of a resilient high school student in Mombasa, Kenya.