Hope for Life relies on the expertise and support of several local partners who help us fulfill our mission.
JOINT ACTION DEVELOPMENT FORUM
We participate in the Joint Action Development Forum (JADF), a local-government led group of business and public partners dedicated to the betterment of the Kicukiro District, the area of Rwanda where HFL operates in.
KABUGA HEALTH CENTER
The Kabuga Health Clinic provides health care services for children living in the Transitional Center. Through facilitating an understanding of the context of child homelessness, and developing relationships with our staff, these medical practitioners are able to offer medical care with sensitivity and in ways that helps our program participants feel safe.
ERM VOCATIONAL TRAINING
This nearby vocational school provides training in various skills for many HFL youth when traditional school is not the most appropriate option.
The Hovde Foundation is our long-term partner in owning the property we operate on in Rwanda.
RUSORORO PRIMARY SCHOOL
The majority of children in our Transitional Program attend this local school, as well as a handful of reintegrated children whose families live in the area.
Viva Clinic is a local medical clinic that specializes in medical screening, assessment and diagnostics. Upon entrance, all children receive a comprehensive physical exam by a medical professional who provides a certified report with test results.
Resonate is a nonprofit in Kigali that we partner with to provide group training for both older children and caretakers regarding topics such as capacity building, leadership development, and self-confidence.
GOVERNMENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF RWANDA
We partner with the government of Rwanda at many different levels to ensure our programs remain in compliance with governmental policies. We work very closely with village leaders especially in regards to family tracing, program enrollment, and family monitoring.
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