our focus

We are currently working on four main projects: Agriculture, Water, Medical and Education (AH²OME).

 

help us make a difference

 
Suggested: $15. Each chicken provides about 270 eggs each year! These eggs will be used to feed the hungry and earn income for our local widows as they sell extras in the market.

Suggested: $15. Each chicken provides about 270 eggs each year! These eggs will be used to feed the hungry and earn income for our local widows as they sell extras in the market.

Suggested: $45. Our current facilities are maxed out with students! We began to offer night classes, but the need is great to expand our university. Our classrooms cost $45 per square foot and will allow us to accept 35 more students with every one we build.

Suggested: $45. Our current facilities are maxed out with students! We began to offer night classes, but the need is great to expand our university. Our classrooms cost $45 per square foot and will allow us to accept 35 more students with every one we build.

Suggested: $600 (or $50/month). Our university currently has 155 students and expects to grow to 300 students during 2019. You can help provide education to one of these students through your generosity!

Suggested: $600 (or $50/month). Our university currently has 155 students and expects to grow to 300 students during 2019. You can help provide education to one of these students through your generosity!

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agriculture

This will provide training, food sources and small business opportunities to the men and women in Dungu. This program launched in 2018 with ~four acres of 450 pineapples and… maize, cassava, green beans, ground nuts, onions, potatoes and herbs. this provides food for the House of Hope as well as all of the employees.

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water

We are providing clean, safe water to the House of Hope (Mason d’Espoir) through chlorinating machines. Two Congolese men are trained and leading a clean water initiative that will provide safe water for the entire community while creating a small business opportunity as well.

 
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medical

Emile runs the local health clinic in Dungu as a trained nurse. He provides medical services for the local community to the best of his ability, but he needs to finish medical school to become a registered doctor. Upon completion of medical school, Emile will be able to expand the medical services offered to the community.

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education

The University of Batissons l’Espoir in Central Africa (UBECA) launched its first semester in October 2018. Offering four classes to 155 students.