Health Educators
HOPE SPRINGS HAVEN (HoSH)

HOPE SPRINGS HAVEN (HoSH)

Health Educators WAKISO, Uganda HOPE SPRINGS HAVEN (HoSH) Non-profit | HOPE SPRINGS HAVEN (HoSH)
Teach health and hygiene to children, youths, parents and community in general
Children's Education Supporters Wakiso, Uganda HOPE SPRINGS HAVEN (HoSH) Non-profit | HOPE SPRINGS HAVEN (HoSH)
Teaching English and Maths to children ranging from age 5 to 14.

Project Details

HoSH is a Non-profit making, organisation that aims at holistically transforming vulnerable children and their families, enabling them to reach their potential.

When my family moved to Senge community, we realized that there were many vulnerable children many of whom dropped out of school while others never started school at all. Having worked with vulnerable children before, I was compelled to start HoSH with help from my husband. The organisation has been named so because we believe it will be a place of restoration where vulnerable children will find springs of hope and will experience a turning point in their lives.

The vision of HoSH is “ Abundant life for every child”.HoSH exists to holistically equip orphans and other vulnerable children with special emphasis on girls, enabling them to reach their full potential, live sustainable lives and become change agents in their communities. We do this by working in partnership with other international and local organizations, community leaders, churches and other volunteers in promoting children’s education, health, psycho-social support child protection and family strengthening.

HoSH seeks to find longer-term solutions to child vulnerability by empowering their families as well as the general community for a better livelihood and sustainable future.

The main focus of the project is on
NPO Status
Yes, registered non-profit organization
Foundation Year
2014
Contact Person
JOVIA TUKWASIBWE
Spoken Languages
English

Social Impact

on going Psychosocial support for 130 children and their families,
Conducted a clinic day where 437 people from the community were treated, 8 operated and cared for,
Community trained on first Aid, Nutrition, Adherence to medication,
30 girls learning different skills at the creative learning centre,
Child protection training to the community,
Positive parenting trainings,

75 children attending catch up classes every day monday to Friday
120 girls mentored and given sanitary pads

Pursued Sustainable Development Goals
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