NEWS & STORIES
Lives changed foreverbecause Kiwismade the connection...
By Megan McPherson, Hope St Board MemberI first met Flavia in 2011, when she was a young girl living on
The Girl Behind the Butterfly
By Jan Barker, Hope St DirectorThe first time I came face-to-face with the reality of human trafficking risks was in
Testimony from Hope St Supporter
My name is Dana. I first came in contact with Hope St through its predecessor, Orphans and Refugees International (ORA).
The realities and risks street children face
“Economically, Uganda is experiencing high inflation rates and increased crime. The number of child hawkers in the city is increasing day by day. Some as young as six years have hit the streets and markets to sell vegetables, fruits, and other foodstuffs.”
Tom – Hope Focus Uganda.
Local capacity always has more impact
“Changes came through observation and relationships, listening to locals, believing in them, watching them believe in themselves, and discovering their strengths. It is exciting and fulfilling to watch a light come on in people’s eyes as they realise Hope St believes they hold the keys to transformation within their own community, not us.” – Jan Barker, Hope St Director.
The Heart of Hope St
Hope St’s heart is for the vulnerable. We exist to give the most vulnerable children and communities hope for the future. This is a big vision, so let me unpack it for you.