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Hope changes everything

Who We Are Village HopeCore International is a small, innovative 501(c)(3) 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 What’s new at HopeCore?

15 Years of Hope
Natasha Abadilla Natasha Abadilla 1 month ago

We are SO elated to be celebrating 15 years as an organization this year! Read the press release bel… Read More

 
HopeCore's Microenterprise Program: The People We Empower (By Jillo Gubal Shamzad, Microenterprise Program Assistant Coordinator)
Natasha Abadilla Natasha Abadilla 2 months ago

A Brief History HopeCore’s Microenterprise Program was founded in 2001 when our first group of 12… Read More

 
HopeCore's Health Education Program (by Lennah Mwende, Health Educator)
Natasha Abadilla Natasha Abadilla 3 months ago

In this blog, HopeCore’s health educator, Lennah Mwende, discusses the health education program at H… Read More

 
Promoting Health in Chogoria (Written by Winjoy Micheni, Community Health Nurse)
Natasha Abadilla Natasha Abadilla 5 months ago

This blog is written by Winjoy Micheni, HopeCore’s Community Health Nurse. She describes her duties… Read More

 
Reusable menstrual kits (by Stella Kagendo, Community Health Worker)
Anne Gildea Anne Gildea 6 months ago

Introduction of reusable menstrual kits By: Stella Kagendo, Community Health Worker- Village Hope… Read More

 
Read more blog posts from our local staff members and global fellows here. If you have come here for Moreen’s story, please visit: http://villagehopecore.org/moreens-story/

Celebrating 15 years of public health and microenterprise service to communities in rural Kenya