Charityhope Trust is an International Trust aimed at enhancing the quality of life and expanding the life opportunities of children and young people living in remote rural areas of sub-sahara Africa with initial focus on remote rural areas of Zimbabwe by improving their access to educational and learning resources and empowering their teachers, parents, guardians and relatives.
We are passionate about ensuring that children and young people achieve their potential and we believe that education is one of the most effective ways of empowering individuals to improve their own lives and their local communities.
Charityhope Trust works exclusively in remote rural areas of Zimbabwe and we believe that every child in any part of this world has a right to access good quality education and that education is one of the most effective ways of empowering and enhancing the quality of life children, young people and their parents, guardians or relatives.
Our mission involves enhancing the quality of life and expanding the life opportunities of children and young people living in remote rural areas by improving their access to educational and learning resources so as to enhance their literacy and personal growth as well as empowering their teachers, parents, guardians and relatives.
Charityhope Trust aims to:
- Many children and young people in remote rural areas of Zimbabwe have very limited access to reading books and stationery. The majority of rural schools have, to say the least, simple dilapidated buildings with potholed floors, holed roofs, a few tables and chairs. The average pupil to text ratio is 10 to 1. They hardly have libraries. Charityhope Trust aims to reach out to these underprivileged children and young people in remote areas to Improve access to educational and learning resources. We believe that through vital education the future generation of remote rural areas of Africa will be free from poverty
- To build capacity and develop learning environments aimed at promoting a culture of inclusion, literacy, self-reliance and personal growth.
- To empower teachers, parents, guardians and relatives through workshops and activities aimed at encouraging parental involvement and support for children’s learning and development
- To supplement educational and learning resources for children and young people
Established: November 2010
Registered Charity Number: 1152452
Board members: 5
Phone number: 07946548007
Address: 19 Whiteheart CLose Little Billing Northampton NN3 9GAView charity accounts on the Charity Commission website
Building Libraries in remote rural schools.Children in remote rural areas of Zimbabwe learn under a tree and take turns to share the ... More