COMMUNITY HOPE SCHOOLIS GIVING HOPE TO NAMIBIA
70,000ORPHANS IN NAMIBIA DUE TO HIV/AIDS. BUT YOU HAVE THE POWER TO CHANGE THAT STATISTIC.
Community Hope School
Community Hope School provides hope though Christian education to children, many of which orphaned by AIDS. in Katutura Namibia. Be a part of changing lives by partnering with us today!
Katutura, population 120,000, was an official township for black Namibians since before the apartheid time, until 1989. It is now a suburb of the city of Windhoek.
Katutura can be considered as a "real African" suburb with street markets and much happening outside. The name means "Place where we do not want to live" in Otjiherero.
Continuing risk factors of this area are alcohol and drugs in the home, sickness, disabled children, extreme poverty with several people living on one income, over-crowded housing, unemployment, crime, illiteracy, and disease.
Community Hope School
November 2016 Update
David couldn’t read. By fourth grade he read haltingly, word by word. One sweltering February, afternoon, I sat near him, his broken arm encased in a sloppy dirty cast, slumped down, almost prone in his seat. David’s beautiful dark skin glistened, eyes shut, blocking out the world around him. The pit of desperation held him down while I watched and prayed. Without intervention kids like David fall deeper and deeper into despair. This is my goal; Help every child Read with understanding, Write with clarity, and Be well spoken. With each one, we do our best to visit their homes, tutor, counsel and encourage with love. We serve healthy food while we feed their minds and spirits. Some still some get left behind.
September 2016 Update
Testimony - We support children at Community Hope For a Number of Reasons
"At the top of the list is of course, because we believe God wants us to. We know that God has his special attention on the poor and the parentless. He cares for them and hears their cry, and he wants His people to care for them as well. Community Hope schools provides a tangible way we can help children in need. But, beyond that, it helps our own children to develop a heart of caring for those in need."
August 2016 Update
Don't Miss The Mark!
I love archery and as a teen spent many hours in the hills with my Bear Kodiak bow near my home in California. This year we have started a Community Hope Archery Team. In a few short months we have raised up some quality archers. Recently we competed in Regional and National competitions. Angela took second place in junior girls at Regional and Donovan is now ranked #39 in the National standings. Quintin and Rene Kruger from YWAM Namibia, have sacrificially given of their time to start up our team.