Blog post written by Boscow Mugo, Community Health Worker My name is Boscow Mugo and I am a happy and informative man who has grown both in stature and intelligence ever since I joined Village HopeCore International. I am 25 years old and I wake up with a smile and full of joy because I […]
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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 […]
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, […]
From Kenya, with love. Blog post written by Maeve Hume-Nixon, Clinical Health Fellow I come from nearly as far away as possible from Kenya. I am from New Zealand, a tiny island nation neighboring a giant land mass called Australia. I went home for Christmas, and it is difficult to fully describe how demoralizing a […]
Blog written by Joyce Wangoi, Public Health Coordinator In every phase of development, growth is expected, and Hope Core’s Public Health Department has not been any different. Over the last few months, the Public Health Department has experienced increased development both in staffing and programming. Initially, in 2009, our programs consisted of our senior nurse […]