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House of Hope

changing the world
one child at a time

House of Hope Trust
P.O. Box 15
Palapye, Botswana
Tel: +267 492 3820
Fax: +267 492 4550
e-mail the Project Officer:
HouseOfHope@botsnet.bw

How to find us in Palapye

About

Located in the heart of Botswana, House of Hope provides support to orphans and vulnerable children (OVCs) and their caregivers. Opened in 1999, House of Hope operates a day program for preschool OVCs an a support group for people living with HIV/AIDS (PLWAs).

House of Hope is run by a Board of Trustees and is funded by a variety of sources, including the Botswana Government, international donors, corporate sponsors and private donors.

 Vision

To be a model center of excellence that provides care and compassion while empowering stakeholders to be instrumental in curbing the spread of HIV/AIDS.

Our Preschool
House of Hope is dedicated to easing the burden on caregivers by providing daycare services to preschool OVCs. The preschool is housed in state-of-the-art schoolrooms built with ACHAP funding.
Currently, there are 70 children aged 2 ½  to 6 who are collected from homes in the community and are fed two meals and a snack. They are provided educational lessons and other material and psychosocial support.
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Batlhabani Bantwa
Support Group
House of Hope operates a support group for PLWAs with approximately thirty members. Through income generating projects, members are provided with material support such as meals and transportation to receive medical treatment.
 
Kid's Club
 
House of Hope runs a Kids’ Club for primary school OVCs. Secondary school students and out-of-school youth are trained in leadership to provide HIV/AIDS awareness and counseling amid educational and recreational activities.
 
The Meeting Place
Putting HIV/AIDS funding back
into the community
The Meeting Place can accommodate up to 30 people, offering catering and equipment to suit any meeting needs.
It provides employment and training to the community we serve. Proceeds are used to support people living with AIDS.
How can you help?
  • Donate new or used items, such as: toys, clothing, games, puzzles and books
  • Donate bulk food items.
  • Sponsor a child through monthly installments
  • Have a fundraiser
  • Encourage members of your community to donate
  • Make a one time financial donation for a specific project
  • Teach us a new skill
  • Put a donation box at your business
  • Volunteer your services (e.g. accounting, maintenance, cleaning…)
  • Hold events at our Meeting Place
Sponsor a Child
Option A Option B
All it takes is P.210 a month.
(approximately 35 USD)

  All it takes is P 210 a term.
(approximately 35 USD)
We will source 2 additional sponsors for these children.


This money is used as follows:

  • P.70 towards opening a bank account for the child, the money will be deposited monthly.
  • P.70 towards toiletries and necessary items for the well being of the child at home, closely monitored by us.
  • P.70 towards the project. (P.35 towards the sustainability of the project and P.35 for educational pre-school and creative materials that the child would benefit from during their childhood.)

Your input after that would be up to you. You could:

Visit the child, get to know the child, have birthday parties, take the child on holiday, get involved with the care giver and many other ideas.

Or

You could simply pay the money and not get involved. It is your own choice.

We will send you yearly reports and photos of your child.

We will maintain the Post Office book for you and see that the child gets the money when they become of age. In the case of their decease prior to the date, we will use the money to help with funeral expenses. The remaining money will go to the next of kin.

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We have an afternoon Kids Club and a Youth Programme, this ensures that orphans derive benefit from the House of hope until adulthood.
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Our Mission: To mobilize resources required to provide the community with a comprehensive support system to mitigate the impact of HIV/AIDS.