Her learning should not end because the sun sets!
Village HIV Prevention, Dangers of Female Cutting, and Family Planning Classes
Walking a Road to Empowerment.
At Tumaini Tutor opportunities to learn happen every day!!
Maasai Villagers celebrate healthcare delivery!
Volunteers are key to healthcare prevention and delivery.
Give a gift of altruism to your Mom.
Ripples of prosperity blossom in 2022.
Leprechaun Leap Raises $18,250 for women and children!
Women making a difference for family and community.
Tumaini Tutor students' access to education gets a boost!
Her family grows out of poverty toward lasting change.
Ester celebrates her opportunity and success.
Treatment and prevention bring a big impact.
Volunteering brings us into the homes and lifestyle of Mongolian Eagle Hunters.
Healthcare delivery by horseback and camel.
Tanzanian children under age 5 receive vaccination.
Tumaini Tutor students are receiving opportunities.
Health & Hope's Healthcare Outreach in Tanzania
Grassroots volunteers in action. Join us!
Doing Good. Family, fitness, fun!
A Mother's Gratitude. A Student's Pride.
Open doors of the Uniform Library mean education, opportunity with lots of smiles, hope, and happiness.
Tailors, seamstresses, and cobblers share in the honor and community excitement to ready school uniforms for students to attend the 2022 school year.
The requirement for school uniforms is a barrier to public school education for impoverished children.
Our indoor and outdoor classrooms are buzzing as 180 Tumaini Tutor School students prepare for their annual national exams. Small groups come in shifts 6 days a week for test review and one-to-one tutoring.
Impacts of change glow for 100 families with solar light in their homes. It's the simple things that catch your breath since the delivery of lights in January.
Tumaini Tutor School never closes. Our teaches are available 6 days a week providing education and guidance to orphaned children. Our 7 teachers, 4 women, and 3 men teach, mentor, and serve as important life role models for students.
Access to menstrual supplies opens doors to her success.
Tanzanian public schools totally closed for 4 months in Spring 2020 but have otherwise maintained a regular schedule. Students are required to wear masks. A small number of vaccinations began in August 2021, but teachers and families are not yet vaccinated.
Women’s Fish Business Expanded. Nutritious & Delicious Options!
Their "new technology" of solar drying fish means less hunger and better nutrition, taste, and storage than traditional open-air drying.
Refrigeration is not available in the developing world where fish, extremely perishable, play a major role in nutrition and economics. The COVID pandemic increased food poverty in the developing world, and this is helping.
Shoes deliver health, education, and self-esteem. This "Borrow as You Grow" Lending Library for school shoes makes school shoes available to Tumaini Tutor students.
You provide a safe place for vulnerable women and children to gather and grow. With your help our new learning space is completed and buzzing with activity. The new space is open-air wonderful, both cool in the heat and dry in the rain. Your continued support means our 170 Tumaini Tutor students are surpassing national norms for school...
Health & Hope Foundation volunteers and local sponsors hosted families and athletes ages 1 to 73 to a morning of family, fitness, and fun.
“I thank our At-Home Volunteers from the tips of my toes. Your care and compassion are changing lives and making a difference. Because of you, one smile at a time, the world becomes better.” Thank you, Loree Bolin, Director. We are a family that volunteers together. Three years ago, we signed up to volunteer for an...
You saw the need. You took action to address the problem. Health & Hope Foundation donors are thoughtful and generous. With your help, the goal to provide 100 families with solar light was met and exceeded. You delivered bright, clean, renewable, and safe solar light to students, households, and women’s workplaces. Solar lights bring health...
Thanks to donors, teachers, students, and their guardians a wonderful new challenge was created! With donor help, the most disadvantaged children are receiving education and tools to go and to stay in school. In 2020 there were 10.1 million Tanzanian children enrolled in primary, but only 2.2 million in secondary school. (World Bank 2020) Every...