Around 150,000 of Mombasa's 1 million + population live in urban slum areas and on the streets. Street children are unfairly targeted by police, victims to illegal clean ups, and unjustly sentenced to prisons. Many street children in Mombasa become addicted to glue, using it to take away hunger pangs and stomach rotten food. ChildHope supports outreach activities and alternative education so these children have opportunities at better lives.Read about this project
In Sierra Leone, the prevalence of teenage pregnancy is gradually becoming a crisis. This severely reduces the opportunities for girls to continue their education and negatively impacts their development and future opportunities. ChildHope is supporting teenage mothers through vocational training and livelihood support.Read about this project
Supporting girls vulnerable to poverty, gender discrimination, abuse at home, in schools and in communities which is forcing them into sexual exploitation.Read about this project
Partnerships are at the heart of our approach. Our partners are entrepreneurs and innovators, activists and facilitators who understand the context of the children’s lives. They share our commitment to working alongside children to bring about changes to their lives.Become a local partner
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