Check out what's been going on this week at Villages of Hope-Africa...
VOH Chongwe is a Safe Haven
VOH Burundi Graduates
Back to School at VOH Kenya
It’s the first week back to school after August break at VOH Kenya! Here’s a little insider information about the curriculum, VOH Kenya children are mostly from the Luo tribe and their first language is Dholuo. When they enter into grade 1, they start to study Swahili and English. By the time they graduate, they already speak 3 languages fluently! We are very proud to have so many hard working and dedicated students and teachers at VOH Kenya!
VOH Kitwe Photo Booth
New Sign for VOH Malawi
Three of the older boys from VOH Malawi were happy to get the chance to help the construction staff put up our new sign post directing people from the main road to where Village of Hope is located. Times like these give the men on staff a chance to teach the boys different skills and also to build friendships that allow them to build into the boys lives in positive ways.
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Photo of the Week:
After studying all week, the children at VOH Mwanza are happy to relax and play on the weekend. They also love to pose for pictures! It’s easy to see the hope in their faces and with some of the very sad backgrounds they have come from, it is a blessing to see the smiles and hear the laughter as they have fun with one another. The children know they are loved and they feel safe and secure at Village of Hope.
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