Transforming Thinking- Transforming Lives
Fountain Of Hope Africa was founded to alleviate the suffering of the most marginalized individuals, families and communities in Sub-Sahara Africa.
Our Founder and Executive Director welcoming President Barack Obama at the Obama Leaders Convening 2023
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Since 2015 we are running a school that provides access to primary school to over 1000 forcibly displaced children (refugee and asylum seekers) at Dzaleka refugee camp Malawi. Every year we have 40 students’ refugees and Malawians under our Secondary School Sponsorship program, 90% are girls.
After being affected by war, armed conflicts, pandemic, and many other negative circumstances. We Educate, Empower and Encourage the most affected and help them become resilient with sustainable solutions.
Some communities still believe that women cannot do great achievements like, that is why we prioritize them by promoting access to resources and support them to build resilience and make unbelievable changes.
More than 320 million people in sub-Saharan Africa lack access to safe drinking water. More than quarter of the sub-Saharan African population spend more than half an hour per trip to collect water.
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All our actions and initiatives are conceived and implemented to bring positive changes to the lives of underserved communities.
Fleeing persecution from Burundi I arrived in Dzaleka refugee camp Malawi with my five children and nothing else after losing my husband and everything during the armed conflicts. I was hopeless because I had no food for my children, I was crying day and night and was traumatized. I have been realized since I received money from Fountain of Hope and started my business that is helping me a lot with my children. I am happy now.
Josiane Mukanyonga Cash Transfer beneficiary
Fountain Of Hope is a relief for our children who could not find a place in school, this school started like miracle, I could not believe, my daughter is lucky. John Paul father of Lucy (one of our students at Dzaleka camp MALAWI)
John Paul Father of Lucy (one of our students)
My husband passed away and left me with four children and an unroofed house. We have been suffering a lot during the rain season. Now I have bought iron sheets for the roofing of our house from the cash transferred by Fountain Of Hope.
Dorika Moyo Cash Transfer beneficiary
Since our father passed died by accident we lost hope because none could help to pay for our school fees. Three of my siblings are blind and their education is very expensive, our mother can not afford, we thank Fountain Of Hope for helping with tuition fees and school materials.