Education

According to UNICEF, most orphans and vulnerable children have their education interrupted due to life circumstances. We respond to these critical issues by providing free education from preschool to grade 12. The schools also provide the opportunity to be… Read More

Nutrition

According to a UNICEF study on nutrition, households affected by HIV/AIDS experience a drop in food consumption, which puts children (orphans in particular) at a higher risk of malnutrition. Additionally, a 2013 study found the introduction of school feeding programs resulted in an… Read More

Healthcare

The United Nations states, “Children whose parents have already died are disadvantaged in numerous and often devastating ways….They are likely to be poorer and less healthy than non-orphans.” We provide free medical care to over 2000 children. Several… Read More

Shelter

The vision of Villages of Hope Africa is to see children loved and cared for so they will ultimately embrace adulthood as independent and contributing members of society. Our children’s homes help us achieve this vision. If a… Read More

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