New Partnerships






The partnerships shown below are the ones we have most recently formed. Typically Bright Hope World spends at least two to three years developing a new partnership before it is made available to prospective donors. This period of relationship building and due diligence is critically important in ensuring that any partnerships we embark upon are successful and donors can be assured they are investing wisely.

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PARTNERSHIPS WITH NO CURRENT DONOR



India, Asia

IND19 - Child Tutoring Programme


Moloy and Anita have a strong desire to see poor children given the chance of a decent education despite the pressures they face within their families, the education system and the community.
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Partnership Ref.:

IND19

Commenced:

25/10/2016

Funding Status:

No Current Donor

Partnership Type:

Orphans & Vulnerable Children, Training / Education, Evangelism / Church Planting

Funding Size:

$3,000 - $7,999


Jordan, Middle East

JOR01a - Manara International - Sewing Training


For many years Manara International has been attempting to assist Iraqi refugees. Much of it has revolved around helping them with food, shelter and encouragement. This project is about empowering the women, teaching them sewing and embroidery skills, which will help them in both the short and long term, wherever they end up. - Read More



Partnership Ref.:

JOR01a

Commenced:

15/12/2016

Funding Status:

No Current Donor

Partnership Type:

Training / Education, Humanitarian

Funding Size:

$3,000 - $7,999


Kenya, Africa

KEN01c - Kariobangi Outreach Children's Home


Kariobangi Outreach Children's Home was opened in 1997 with the objective to cater for orphans and vulnerable children affected by HIV/AIDS. - Read More



Partnership Ref.:

KEN01c

Commenced:

25/01/2017

Funding Status:

No Current Donor

Partnership Type:

Orphans & Vulnerable Children, Training / Education

Funding Size:

$3,000 - $7,999


Kenya, Africa

KEN03e - Forward Green Hostel


After their marriage, Robert and Rose Gitau began to serve God by travelling to different villages preaching and helping the poor. Eventually they bought a small plot of land in Nguluni and launched a small church. The church began to grow and they started to not only help the community with spiritual needs but to help economically and physically as well. Robert and Rose adopted many children whose parents had died from AIDS or who had been abandoned. - Read More



Partnership Ref.:

KEN03e

Commenced:

25/01/2017

Funding Status:

No Current Donor

Partnership Type:

Orphans & Vulnerable Children, Training / Education

Funding Size:

$0 - $2,999


Kenya, Africa

KEN10 - The African Powerhouse - Vulnerable Women and Children


The rural towns and villages of Kenya are over represented in the numbers of vulnerable children. HIV/AIDS has hit them very hard. The village of Mochengo is quite typical. Dozens of children live on the streets or in the houses of anyone who will feed them. They are not adequately cared for nor are they able to go to school. As well, there are many women affected and infected by HIV who struggle to survive and become involved in drugs and prostitution. These are the people that Robert is seeking to assist. - Read More



Partnership Ref.:

KEN10

Commenced:

21/12/2016

Funding Status:

No Current Donor

Partnership Type:

Orphans & Vulnerable Children, HIV / AIDS, Community / Agriculture Development

Funding Size:

$3,000 - $7,999


Kenya, Africa

KEN11 - Lean on Me


Lean on Me has been formed to address the issues of early marriages, general promiscuity including teenage pregnancy, HIV/AIDS and STDs, children working in gold mines, child-headed households and general poverty in a village in rural Kenya. - Read More



Partnership Ref.:

KEN11

Commenced:

21/02/2017

Funding Status:

No Current Donor

Partnership Type:

Micro-enterprise / Micro-loans, Community / Agriculture Development, Training / Education

Funding Size:

$3,000 - $7,999


South Sudan, Africa

SUD05 - Trauma counselling training for South Sudanese refugees


The constant conflict in different parts of South Sudan, and now in Equatoria, has resulted in the displacement of hundreds of thousands of South Sudanese into neighboring countries. Thousands have fled for their lives into Uganda where more than 2,000 enter the resettlement camps daily in Yumbe, Koboko and Yumbe districts.

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Partnership Ref.:

SUD05

Commenced:

15/12/2016

Funding Status:

No Current Donor

Partnership Type:

Humanitarian, Training / Education

Funding Size:

$0 - $2,999


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