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

HOW I FOUND MY PASSION EARLY THROUGH ...

HOW I FOUND MY PASSION EARLY THROUGH VILLAGE HOPECORE AND NEVER LOOKED BACK

Blog written by Anita Kanana My name is Anita Kanana and am 25 years old. I currently work with Village HopeCore International as a nurse; and it was only after a long search and investigation of my passions that I came to be where I am today. I first learned of Village HopeCore through a […]

Micro Enterprise Success Story: Mercy...

Micro Enterprise Success Story: Mercy Ngugi

Blog written by Alice Kaimenyi Village HopeCore International enjoys acknowledging the inspiring success stories of our clients, who as a result of our loans and training have gone on to either start a new business or strengthen an existing business. Based on available data, we have been able to support more than 1000 community members […]

Even when facing unexpected challenge...

Alice Kaimenyi - Microenterprise Volunteer

Written by Alice Kaimenyi Micro Enterprise Department – Success Story – June 2016 Village HopeCore International enjoys acknowledging the inspiring success stories of our clients, who as a result of our loans and training have gone on to either start a new business or strengthen an existing business. Based on available data, we have been […]

Good news from our WASH program

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Village HopeCore International achieves another milestone: Every primary and secondary school pupil in the Sub-County has access to hand washing soap By the end of 2014, Village HopeCore International had placed clean water systems in every registered school in the Maara Sub-County. The supply of handwashing stations and clean drinking water tanks reached 181 schools, […]

HopeCore’s support for mothers ...

One group of mothers who were trained as part of our M2M project

Blog post written by Jesca Gakii, CHW It has been a year of growth for the HopeCore public health program. For many months the health team has been discussing how we could further engage mothers and set up a peer educator network to allow mothers to support each other when HopeCore was not immediately available. […]