09 May

Changing Lives One Card at a Time

  • By Isaac Msiska
  • Cause in
When you are living in the remotest parts of the village, where income is low and money is as rare as a pot of gold, life becomes unbearable. Even buying a bar of soap to use for.
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Umoja_group_pic
22 Feb

Bringing Hope to People with Disabilities

  • By Tori Henderson
  • Cause in Africa
“Alendo, alendo tiwalandire bwanji alendo, tiwalandire bwanji alendo, achokera kutali, kutali ku Dzaleka” This was the song that broke out when There is Hope distributed maize and clothes to parents of children with disabilities at Lilambwe village.
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maze donation for disabled people
16 Feb

To Kankhande with Love

  • By Tori Henderson
  • Cause in
Arriving at the place, one is instantly swarmed by a group of excited children. They eagerly wave their hands and come running with their arms stretched out. Some stand outside the semidetached 2-room classroom block. A few.
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Kankhande Early Childhood Development Centre (ECD)
15 Feb

Government Official Visits Our Graduation Ceremony

  • By Tori Henderson
  • Cause in Africa
A representative from Ministry of Labour, Youth, Sports and Manpower Development, said he is very impressed with There is Hope’s steady progress in its vocational training courses. Mr. Rexford Kachepa, Chief Technical Officer in the ministry said this.
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Graduating bricklaying class of There is Hope Vocational training Course 2017
10 Feb

GRADUATION DAY

  • By Isaac Msiska
  • Cause in Africa
10 February 2017! It was a perfect day. The sky was clear; the mood was friendly. It was a memorable date on There is Hope’s calendar because we were holding a special function at our Lilambwe centre.
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Tailoring Class- Graduation 2017