Hope changes everything.

Who We Are
Village HopeCore International is a small, innovative 501(c)(k) non-profit organization currently based in Chogoria, Eastern Kenya, and working in Chogoria and its surrounding communities to alleviate poverty and improve health through microfinance loans and microenterprise, business training and support, health promotion, and disease prevention programs.

Our Vision
HopeCore envisions a transformed, enabled, and empowered people of Kenya and the rest of Africa, who can respond to their personal, social, and economic challenges effectively.

Our Mission
Transforming lives through enterprise, health, and education

Our Impact


Read more about our impact here.

Our Partners
HopeCore Partners graphic-updated

Government of Kenya Segal Family Foundation Planned Parenthood Foundation of America Children's Hunger Relief Fund Giving Hands/Gebende Haende Jamestown University United States Peace Corps Mortgage Capital Trading Royal College of Paediatrics & Child Health (Global Links Program)

Read more about our partners here.

What’s new at HopeCore?

HopeCore's WASH Program (by Dave Mwandiki M'rewa, WASH Program Monitor)
Natasha Abadilla Natasha Abadilla 2 months ago

Last month, in September, HopeCore's WASH (water, sanitation, and hygiene) Program made history by p… Read More

 
An Introduction to HopeCore's Microenterprise Department (by Martin Kimathi Kirimi & Jillo Shamzad)
Natasha Abadilla Natasha Abadilla 4 months ago

An Introduction to HopeCore's Microenterprise Department What We Do, Our New Project, and Success S… Read More

 
My First Month in Kenya (written by Natasha, global public health fellow)
Natasha Abadilla Natasha Abadilla 5 months ago

My first month in Chogoria with Village HopeCore International by Natasha Abadilla, Global Public H… Read More

 
Malaria Carnival
Anne Gildea Anne Gildea 5 months ago

BLOG POST WRITTEN BY: FAITH KAINYU CARNIVAL OBJECTIVE: To reach the community with information on… Read More

 
Camp MAP (Men as Partners)
Anne Gildea Anne Gildea 6 months ago

Blog post written by Martin Murithi, VHI Driver and Community Health Worker THEME: WANAUME TUJIUNGE KUDUMISHA USAWA TRANSLATION: MEN JOIN TO ENCOURAGE EQUITY Recently, I had the opportunity t… Read More


Read more blog posts from our local staff members and global fellows here.

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Transforming lives through enterprise, health, and education