Introducing Daisy.

“I want to become a lawyer, to be able to sustain myself so that I can help others in need as you have done to me. In fact, if it were not for you I would have gotten married only because of school fees difficulties.”

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Give a gift of quality education to students in Kenya.

  • A gift of $5 provides a textbook.
  • A gift of $20 sponsors a high school student for a month. 
  • A gift of $100 sponsors a teacher for a month.

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Recent Grant Partnerships

Rotary Club of Des Moines

Through a continous partnership with the Rotary Club of Des Moines, Hopeful Africa has been awarded a total of $10,000 in grant funding. Funds have directly benefit all three of Hopeful Africa’s programs: Teacher support, Student Sponsorship, and School Investment. 

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Circle of Sisterhood

Through a new and recent partnership with Circle of Sisterhood, Hopeful Africa has been selected to receive a $4,880 grant. Funds from the grant will be used to support two female teachers and sponsor 10 female students. 

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Our Mission

Our mission is to foster sustainable prosperity in Africa through educational development and equal partnership. To achieve this mission we focus our efforts in four key areas:

Educational Development | Equal Partnership | Youth Engagement | Increasing Awareness

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Our Programs

Student Sponsorship

Sponsoring high school students who exemplify high academics and financial need.

62 students sponsored annually. 

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Teacher Support

Providing support for quality teachers at partner schools to reduce the student-to-teacher ratio.

18 teachers supported annually.

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School Investment 

Improving and enhancing school facilities and resources to assist in achieving their mission.

7 schools benefiting annually. 

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Our Progress So Far

$115,327
Invested
5321
Books
2,200
Students benefited
143
Scholarships
27
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Our Impact So Far

100%
Graduation rate among sponsored students
33%
Reduction to primary school student to teacher ratio
25%
Average increase in district rankings among partner schools