Program Priorities

Health Program

Like other social services, health care services are similarly poor within the targeted communities. For the past 20 years we have witnessed an alarming increase of the HIV/AIDS infections and an increase rate of maternal mortality among the rural poor women, infants and Key and Vulnerable Populations. HopeCare therefore, intervenes to empower vulnerable populations and the community at large to be able to curb the rate of HIV/AIDS infections and impact mitigation as well as reducing maternal mortality rate. The program has three main components;


1. HIV/AIDS Prevention, Care and Nutrition

Awareness creation and community sensitization

Impart knowledge and strengthen capacities on HIV/AIDS prevention and care.

Improve and support the existing home based care resources through voluntary household based caregivers.

Enhance small-scale nutritional and income generating projects


2. Adolescent Reproductive Health (ARH) and Life Skills Education (LSE)

Select and train Peer Health Educators at village level among the infected and affected women and men

Organize peer outreach reproductive health educational campaigns

Facilitate reproductive health and life skills education activities targeting youths


3. Maternal Health and Child Care Education

Establishment of functional community based maternal health outreach service delivery

Awareness creation and empowerment of reproductive age women and the community to access maternal health services

Economic Empowerment through Nutritional and Income Generating Projects

HopeCare has registered tremendous experience and achievements within the targeted communities as it has successfully been implementing HIV/AIDS Awareness, Prevention, Care and Nutrition Projects. The projects have confirmed worthy-standing track records hooked on well-built collaboration with district authorities, traditional authorities; ward HIV/AIDS committees, local authorities, women and youth groups. Village HIV/AIDS Committees, ToTs, PHEs, Traditional leaders, women and youths’ groups have been well trained, established and continuously supported as Community Based Volunteers. Traditional Birth Attendants have also been properly trained and equipped for home-based care giving.

Crossing Cutting Issues

Human Rights, Gender and Environment

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