Serving Orphans & Widows Since 2001
With your help, we aim to develop effective long-term solutions that strengthen a community’s ability to care for their widows and orphans.
Developing long-term relationships with partners.
Rather than establish our ‘own projects’ we strategically come alongside vibrant, grassroots initiatives, increasing their capacity to help the widows and orphans within their scope of reach. This method maximizes the sustainability of projects, as they are ‘self-conceived’, while simultaneously reducing cost.
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Nyangombe – Northwestern Province, Zambia
Orphan Care: Nyangombe is a rural area in the northwestern province of Zambia. Under the leadership of Charles Kafweta, vulnerable orphans in the villages surrounding the centre receive care through funding for their school fees and basic necessities.
Widow Support: The network of care groups also track with vulnerable widows in area villages. Basic needs are provided as well as emotional and spiritual support.
Our Wish List
Click to check out an ongoing list of items above and beyond our project needs. The items, some ordinary, some quite extraordinary, are a constant source of concern. If you could help facilitate any of these items, especially one of our dream ticket items, that would mean a huge impact to our mission!
Finally seeing the new Quarry School Wall in person…
Our last visit to the Quarry School was four years ago. Once again, the world lockdown prevented annual check-ins but in April 2023 Executive Director Christopher Graves made it back to the school and for the first time got
Saikalo School New Site Project Visit
It took some doing but after a flight from Lusaka to Mbala then renting a car and driving five hours over very inhospitable roads, we made it to Kasama, Zambia to visit the Saikalo School. The staff and students were…
Tanzania Agricultural Project Visit
After a long hiatus due to the pandemic, Project HOPE Executive Director Christopher Graves returned to Tanzania for a check in visit with project manager Titus Mashala and his community care team. Early on a Saturday morning, after a
Gather in the Village Eventful
It was a great morning gathering as we welcomed friends of Project HOPE ‘in person’ after a three year hiatus. The event began with a live video link to Chipata, Zambia with Geoff Muvumbo, Project HOPE’s partner in the
How to order “Walk the Villages”
To order your copy of this exciting new book, simply follow the link…
HOPE-filled Christmas Campaign Underway
This Christmas you can touch the life of a vulnerable widow or orphan by giving to our annual campaign. There are several gifts you can give that will make all the difference in the world. For our donors, check
Programs Starting to Return
Slowly, with pandemic conditions becoming part of daily life, our projects are resuming outreach services to their vulnerable communities. While coping with COVID is a challenge there as it is here in Canada, the need to re-engage with those
Harvest Season has Arrived!
The second phase of the Tanzanian Agricultual program is nearly complete with a good harvest, including sweet potatoes. Pictured is project leader Titus Mashala, who has been hard at work mentoring widows and orphans to realize this harvest. The
November 2021 Calendar of HOPE
2021 is quickly slipping by and the ability to fly to Africa to visit our projects continues to be a challenge as the pandemic has not abated to the extent that the cost of travel and COVID protocols makes
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