Many young women, especially in developing countries have to hide from the limelight during their monthly periods. Many students have to miss some days of school every month during their periods, which is just absurd in the 21st century! According to a 2007 UNICEF report, girls in primary school between grades six and eight lose […]
FOHLC is voted to be a second place winner of Out of the Box Prize.
Kiambu County Express writes a report about FOHLC
Who we areFountain 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.