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Freely in Hope equips survivors and advocates to lead in ending the cycle of sexual violence through holistic education, leadership development, and storytelling platforms. Operating in Kenya and Zambia, Freely in Hope funds high school and university scholarships, counseling, safe housing, service opportunities, and leadership development programs for young women affected by sexual violence so that they can lead through their rewritten stories. Armed with degrees in law, nursing, psychology, and social work, Freely in Hope scholars graduate ready to influence worldwide systematic change that brings an end to sexual violence.

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2020 Annual Report

Freely in Hope had great suffering and great celebration in 2020. This was our 10th Anniversary, and, though we couldn’t celebrate as wanted to, we spent much time in reflection to celebrate the successes of the year as a global community.

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#BlackLivesMatter Everywhere

At Freely in Hope, we believe that recognizing the inherent dignity of oppressed peoples is essential to the pursuit of justice.

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The Disproportionate Affects of COVID-19

With mandatory quarantine being in place for months now, disparities between how the pandemic is affecting people of different race, gender and class have never been more apparent.

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Our Response to COVID-19

At Freely in Hope, we are responding to the socioeconomic impact by being attentive to the needs of our community and pursuing our mission of ending sexual violence in all the ways we can.

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2019 Annual Report

In 2019, we celebrated our nine years of equipping survivors and advocates to lead in ending sexual violence.

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