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Highlights of 2017

2017 Transformative Highlights

This was truly the year of transformation for us.
Take a look at everything that you helped us accomplish this year!

16 women in prostitution learned about sexual health, parenting, micro-business, and trauma healing in Nairobi.

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12 children practiced their literacy skills in our program that prevents child abuse which often occurs during school holidays.

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220 students in Machakos learned about how they can prevent sexual violence through our new high school curriculum that will impact even more students next year!

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21 girls learned how to value their body through growing in confidence and self worth in Lusaka.

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7 Freely in Hope survivor-leaders practiced their leadership skills by sharing their stories of hope, facilitating discussions, and leading sessions with hundreds of students in Nairobi.

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12 Freely in Hope scholars came from all over Zambia and Kenya to learn, grow, and heal together at our retreats this year. Nikole’s family joined us too!

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1,200+ people were directly reached through our survivor-led programs that end sexual violence across Kenya, Zambia, and South Africa.

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Why Join the Hope Circle?

Imagine that you’re a part of a global community encircling each and every scholar in Freely in Hope’s program. Through your support, they are given opportunities to thrive in their education and leadership journey.

Christelle – Donor Feature

Being a survivor myself, I know how important it is to feel understood. Survivors need to be supported in the healing process and not left alone to fight the trauma. While dealing with PTSD, I found that allyship healed and empowered me.

Bubble Tea Run 2021

Eighty-five supporters of FIH recently completed a 5k run fundraiser, where they were rewarded with boba at the finish line. This year, the Bubble Tea Run was organized by Katey Lau, a high school student in San Francisco.

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