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Richard loves to play soccer! Richard’s father passed away in 2017 and since then his mother has been trying to provide for her three children by selling vegetables. In 2020,
Richard’s mother took in her deceased sister’s child, adding to the economic struggles that already overwhelmed the family. Hope’s Promise began assisting the family in January 2021.
Charity loves singing and helps her mother around the house! Charity was young when her father passed away, and her widowed mother became the sole provider for her.
Charity’s mother was struggling to send her to school while working as a farmer. In 2019 Hope’s Promise welcomed Charity into the education program, and now she dreams of becoming a nurse when she grows up.
Chu is full of energy! When Chu was only 6 years old, his father passed away, and his mother could not take care of three children. Chu’s relatives helped provide for him and his two
brothers (one of them is Thanh) until they could not continue. A church helped provide a safe place for Chu and Thanh until Hope’s Promise welcomed him into a family and a place to call home.
Ca-Lep is a brilliant student! He was 9 years old when his father passed away during an unfortunate incident. His mother and grandparents did what they could to provide for Ca-Lep
and his three siblings, but economic burdens were too much to continue. A church stepped in to provide a safe place for Ca-Lep until Hope’s Promise lovingly brought him into a home to call his own!
Thuong is the youngest of five boys. His mother passed away when Thuong was just over 2 years old. His father was working out of the country but was unable to provide
for the family. Thuong, along with four other boys, was being cared for in a church’s extra room when Hope’s Promise stepped in to provide a home and a family for Thuong.
Thanh was 4 years old when his father passed away, and his mother could not take care of three children. Thanh’s relatives helped provide for him and his two
brothers (one of them is Chu) until they could not continue. A church took him and Chu in and provided a safe place for them until Hope’s Promise welcomed them into a home and a loving family. Thanh loves music and worshiping God!
Buhle and her cousin, Zinhle, look like twins and love to play together with Zinhle’s baby sister. Buhle’s mother passed away when Buhle was a baby and her aunt,
Zinhle’s mom, stepped in to care for her. Hope’s Promise began assisting Buhle’s aunt with her niece’s education costs in 2020.
Su is a smart little girl who loves singing and dancing! When Su was only 2 years old her mother relinquished her into the care of her grandparents. Her grandparents
made every effort to care for Su, however, due to age and health issues they could not continue. A Hope’s Promise family lovingly took Su into their home in 2019
Phong is an energetic and inquisitive little boy who loves life! Phong was only 10 months old when his mother passed away. His grandparents took on the responsibility
of caring for Phong but struggled to provide. In 2019, Phong was welcomed with open arms into his Hope’s Promise family.
Surakshya’s father passed away when she was an infant, and her mother toiled to provide for Surakshya and her older brother for three years. In fall 2010,
Surakshya was lovingly invited into a Hope’s Promise family where is growing up into a wonderful young lady. She aspires to become a doctor when she grows up!
Trung is on fire for the Lord and dreams of becoming a pastor! Trung was only 4 years old when his father passed away. His mother worked extremely hard to
provide for her three children, but her efforts were not enough to sustain the family of four. Trung was lovingly welcomed into a Hope’s Promise family in 2008.
Y Chan, 18
Y Chan’s favorite subject is history. Y Chan was only 2 years old when his mother passed away. His father worked extremely hard to provide for his five children
(one of them is Y Tien) but could not continue after he began having health issues. A Hope’s Promise family welcomed Y Chan and his brother, Y Tien, into their home in 2013.
When she grows up, Senzile wishes to become a nurse so she can help others. She is an exceptional reader and loves books. Senzile’s aunt welcomed her and her brother,
Thabani, with open arms when their father passed away and mother was too ill to care for them. Hope’s Promise began assisting her and her brother with education costs in 2017.
Taylor is a bright young lady! After Taylor’s mother passed away due to an illness, her uncle and aunt took her and her two siblings into their home. The number of children in
the home doubled overnight and what limited income the family had could no longer sustain the large family. In January 2021, Hope’s Promise stepped in to assist the family.
Nhlanhla’s father passed away earlier in 2020, and his mother is unable to work. She struggled to provide basic needs for him and his older brother, Enock. A loving friend
stepped in to care for Nhlanhla but was unable to send him to school without Hope’s Promise’s assistance. Nhlanhla loves to help around the house!
Simon is an athlete and loves playing sports! Simon and his two siblings were separated after being impacted by election violence, and his grandmother, who had been
his caregiver, could no longer provide care for him. Simon was welcomed into a Hope’s Promise home in 2008, and he is maturing into a godly young man.
Faith dreams of becoming a fashion designer! When Faith smiles, she lights up the entire room! In fall 2008, Hope’s Promise received Faith into a home after being displaced by
election violence, and her mother could not provide care for her and her siblings while living in a refugee camp.
Sophie says when she has a problem, she consults her grandma first. Hope’s Promise began assisting grandma, who has been Sophie’s primary caregiver since
her parents died shortly after her birth, with education costs, in 2019. Sophie wants to be a doctor when she grows up.
Esther N, 17
Esther N’s mother passed away when she was 3 years old. She was welcomed into her Hope’s Promise family in 2008. She is steadfast and enjoys leading
worship and sharing the Word of God. She is involved in a club that visits children’s and retirement homes, as well as hospitals, to distribute food and other necessities.
Esther W, 15
Esther W is maturing into a beautiful young lady! She has fond memories of fellowship with her siblings and playing hide and seek with them. Esther’s mother passed
away and she came home to her Hope’s Promise family when she was 3 years old.
Thabani is a hard worker and dreams of becoming a pilot! He and his sister, Senzile, started receiving care from their aunt when their father passed away
and mother was too ill to provide care for them. In 2017, Hope’s Promise stepped in to support their aunt with education costs for both children.
Esther K, 15
Esther K is a social butterfly and loves engaging with others. She dreams of becoming a doctor and treating sick people. Esther was welcomed home to her
Hope’s Promise family in 2010.
Samuel is an encouraging and compassionate young man. He dreams of becoming a pilot so he can travel all over the world! Samuel joined his Hope’s Promise
family when he was 4 years old.
Emmanuel never goes to bed without saying, “Thank you God for keeping us alive today.” Emmanuel’s mother died and his father suffers from illness which
makes it difficult for him to work. Emmanuel lives with his grandmother who works extremely hard to provide for the family yet struggled to pay school fees since Emmanuel started school this year. Hope’s Promise stepped in to assist the family in August 2020.
George’s mother died when he was 2 years old and he came home to a Hope’s Promise family in 2006. He is very social and enjoys learning about technology and
inventions. George uses his skills to help with the IT during church services.
Davinia’s father passed away in 2009, leaving her and her brother to be raised by their single mother with limited economic resources. In 2015, Hope’s Promise began
assisting Davinia and her brother with education costs. Davinia is an incredibly good student and loves math!
Y Tien, 16
Y Tien loves to play soccer! Y Tien was only a month old when his mother passed away. His father worked extremely hard to provide for his five children (one of
them is Y Chan) but could not continue after he began having health issues. In 2013, a Hope’s Promise family welcomed Y Tien and his brother, Y Chan, into their home.
Michelle’s mother died earlier in 2020 and her father lost his job as a laborer in a foreign country. He returned to Zimbabwe, but with 95% unemployment, he is unable to find
a job and provide for his family. Hope’s Promise welcomed Michelle into the relative care program in July and now she can continue with her education.
Nguy loves playing sports! Nguy’s mother passed away when he was 7 years old. His adult sister, who was still young, struggled to care for her two biological children
as well as Nguy and their four other siblings (one of them is Nuy). Nguy and his sister, Nuy, were lovingly welcomed into a Hope’s Promise family in 2010.
Ha Bon, 12
Ha Bon was 4 years old when his mother fled from an unhealthy environment to protect her son, Ha Bon, and his older sister, Mo Phon. In 2013, Ha Bon and his sister
were lovingly brought into their Hope’s Promise home where they are both thriving. Ha Bon enjoys swimming and good comedies.
Dieu Thien, 17
Thien enjoys worshiping God by playing the piano! When Thien was 6 years old his parents passed away in an accident. Thien’s oldest sister was left to care for eight
siblings with a day labor job. Thien was welcomed into a Hope’s Promise family in June 2013.
Mduduzi’s favorite subject in school is art and he loves school! He aspires to become a “preacher” when he grows up! Mduduzi’s father passed away and his mother
remarried and could not take him into her new marriage. Mduduzi’s grandmother took on the role as his caregiver but was struggling to afford education until 2019 when Hope’s Promise stepped in to assist with the education costs.
Duoc loves the outdoors and playing sports with friends! Duoc was 3 years old when his parents relinquished him and his brother, Dat, into the care of their
grandparents, who were aging and impoverished. In July 2011, Duoc was lovingly welcomed into a Hope’s Promise home where he is thriving.
Nuy is passionate about art, and she is very disciplined! Nuy’s mother passed away when she was 5 years old. Her adult sister, who was still young, struggled to care
for her two biological children as well as Nuy and their four other siblings (one of them is Nguy). A Hope’s Promise family warmly welcomed her and her brother, Nguy, into their home in 2010.
Sunita was 4 years old when her father passed away, and her mother was struggling to provide for the family due to economic hardship. Sunita was welcomed into
a Hope’s Promise home in 2010. Today Sunita dreams of becoming a nurse!
Lalita loves being in nature! Lalita’s father passed away from an illness, and her mother struggled to provide for the family. In 2010, a Hope’s Promise family welcomed
her into their home where she is loved. Today Lalita strives to become a nurse so she can help others.
Enock loves to attend Sunday School! Enock’s father passed away earlier in 2020 and his mother is not able to work, so she struggled to provide care for Enock and his
younger brother, Nhlanhla. Their aunt lovingly welcomed Enock into her home but could not send him to school until Hope’s Promise accepted him into the relative care program in July 2020.
Astha was 6 years old when her parents relinquished her into the care of her aunt, who struggled to provide for her and other children in the home. In 2010, Astha came
home to a loving Hope’s Promise family where she is thriving. Astha dreams of becoming a cardiologist so she can help others!
Ruth lives with her mother and an older brother in Mathare. Her mother has been ill and unable to work for a few years. They have relied on family members and community to provide
for their basic needs. Hope’s Promise began assisting Ruth and her family in August 2020. Ruth loves to sing and hopes to become a teacher when she grows up!
Grace achieves high grades in school and is growing in her understanding of God’s love for her. She was welcomed home to her Hope’s Promise family in 2012,
joining her biological brother Simon. Grace wants to become a flight attendant so she can travel the world.
Ian’s aspiration for the future is to become a neurosurgeon! Until 2016 when Hope’s Promise started assisting with education costs, Ian could not have dreamed of being
able to attend school. It had become a luxury for Ian’s mother to send her four children to school after their father passed away. Ian enjoys chemistry class and is fascinated by how the brain works.
Sammy is an international athlete and has won medals in the Special Olympics! He is actively involved in his studies and maintains his close relationship with Jesus
through prayer and reading the Bible. Sammy was welcomed home to a Hope’s Promise family in 2008.
Mo Phon, 14
Mo Phon loves singing and praising God! Mo Phon was 5 years old when her mother fled from an unhealthy environment to protect her daughter, Mo Phon, and her
younger brother, Ha Bon. In 2013, Mo Phon and her brother were lovingly welcomed into their Hope’s Promise family where they are both thriving.
Laban is a curious and wonderful young man. He dreams of becoming the president of Kenya because he wants to revive the country and lead it with integrity
and greatness. Laban joined the Hope’s Promise family in 2008 along with his twin brother Michael.
Lisa is a brilliant singer who loves to sing about Jesus! Lisa’s parents divorced when she was 4 years old. Her mother left Zimbabwe in hopes of a better life and her
father’s whereabouts are unknown. Lisa’s grandmother lovingly took her in, but it was a struggle to send Lisa to school until Hope’s Promise began assisting the family in August 2020.
Geofrey is a kind and responsible gentleman who likes intellectual conversations. His mother died when he was 2 years old and he was welcomed into a
Hope’s Promise family in 2006. Geofrey dreams of becoming a lawyer and making his country a better place for all.
Tinashe enjoys music and worshipping God! Tinashe was only a toddler when his parents relinquished him into the care of his grandparents, who were struggling
economically and with health problems. In 2014, Hope’s Promise stepped in to provide education assistance. Today Tinashe dreams of becoming a pastor!
Michael is involved with band and music festivals at school. He wants to become an electrical engineer because he likes fixing broken machines. Michael was welcomed
home into his Hope’s Promise family in 2008 along with his twin brother Laban.
Chris’s father’s whereabouts are unknown, and his mother is uneducated and unemployed. Chris and his mother live with his elderly grandmother who struggled
to put food on the table. In August 2020, Hope’s Promise welcomed Chris and his family into the relative care program, and now not only can the grandmother provide for her family, Chris can attend school!
Gaubir is an artist and has won awards in singing competitions. Gaubir dreams of becoming a vocalist! Gaubir’s parents left him with relatives who attempted to
care for him and his siblings, but economic burdens were overwhelming. In 2012, a Hope’s Promise family took him into their home, where he is loved and cherished.
Ishwor’s father passed away shortly after he was born. His mother worked very hard to provide for her children, but her efforts were not enough to sustain the family of four.
A Hope’s Promise family lovingly received him into their home in 2012. Today Ishwor dreams of becoming a professional soccer player!
Chloe’s single mother is struggling to provide for her daughter due to significant health issues. Chloe is a lovely young girl who is very close to her mother! Chloe’s
mother struggled to make ends meet until Hope’s Promise stepped in to assist them in January 2021.
Sharan hopes to serve in the army so he can bring peace and justice to the nation. When Sharan was only a year old his mother passed away and his father remarried.
His relatives attempted to care for him but were unable to as they battled health and economic strains. A Hope’s Promise family wholeheartedly accepted him into their home in 2012.
Arun dreams of becoming a mechanical engineer. He is at the top of his class! Arun’s mom passed away when he was a baby and relatives struggled to care for him.
He came home to a Hope’s Promise family in 2012. He is thriving in his family of four brothers and parents.
Y Ngoanh, 14
Y Ngoanh was 5 years old when his father passed away and his mother passed away a year later. Y Ngoanh’s aunt lovingly took him into her home but struggled to
provide for him as a single mother. In 2013, a Hope’s Promise family took him into their home. Y Ngoanh enjoys physical education class
Misheck’s favorite childhood memory is when he visited his grandfather for the first time, and they played hide and seek! Misheck’s parents passed away
when was just a toddler. His grandparents lovingly took him in and raised him, but it was a struggle to send Misheck to school until Hope’s Promise began assisting with education costs in 2019. Today Misheck dreams of becoming a doctor!
Vivian is outgoing and friendly with her peers! Vivian’s mother struggles to provide for her and three other children due to lack of stable employment. She does causal labor, which
offers very little to make ends meet. Hope’s Promise began assisting Vivian’s family in January 2021.