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Embracing philanthropic culture

Many African nations celebrate years of independence. Candidly speaking, out of 54 states only south Sudan can rightly claim to be a toddler in self rule and development having that it acquired its self rule this year, 2011. It is an amazing fact that some nations in Africa got independence at the same time or […]

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UN declared 2011 as Conservation Year…what are you doing? Our response

Promoting philanthropic culture in Kenya Africa has not embraced the giving culture, without knowing this has been the recipe for a bad life. It is time to come up and embrace our local problems and come up with local initiatives to address them. FOH is on the front line provoking the local community in embracing […]

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FOH mourns Professor Wangare Maathai (2004 Nobel Peace Prize Laurate)

Prof. Wangare Maathai

Prof. Maathai is the motivation behind our active engagement in conservation. Just before we learnT of her passing we were planning to invite her to grace our tree planting campaign we are embarking in from September 2011 to May 2012. Our target is to plant 20,000 trees and promote conservation culture in the local community […]

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Who we are

Fountain of Hope Youth Initiative was founded in 2003 by a group of youths impacted by the effects of HIV/Aids, poverty, limited access to information, degradation of environment, tribal & cultural intolerance. The primary objective of FOH is to engage the youths and entire community in seeking local remedies that would help in elimination or reduction of the above issues. Our goal is to offer a noticeable contribution towards achievement the Kenya’s Vision 2030 & The Millennium Development Goals. FOH exists to offer a platform for youths and the community to exercise social obligations and therefore as an organization we strive to promote the philanthropic culture to the local community.

In the implementation of our programs, we strive to adhere to the multi-stakeholder model as developed by the UN Global Compact. We therefore collaborate and network with government agencies, civil societies, learning institutions, Community and Faith based entities.

FOH is a Member of Global Health Council & Youth Consortium for Progress.

FOH is registered by the Kenyan government as a Community Based organization n# 15947.
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Saturday Morning: 8:00 am

Saturday Vigil: 4:30 pm

Sunday: 7:30 am, 9:00 am, 10:45 am,
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