ChildHope has now closed having operated from 1989 to 2023. This section of the website serves as an archive.
None of the projects are now funded via ChildHope, however in many cases the work described continues to be delivered in some form by our partners.
Developing programmes to support working and street connected children that are led by children and encourage child participation and decision making. Using sport within an integrated programme, the project aims to overcome social isolation, increase self-esteem and tackle substance abuse and risky behaviour.Read about this project
The project is ensuring children attending deprived rural primary schools in poverty-affected eastern Uganda, enjoy inclusive and equitable quality maths instruction. This promotes life-long learning opportunities for all, with particular focus on children affected by disabilities and menstrual stigma.Read about this project
Human trafficking has become a serious problem in Nepal, as the incidence rate continues to rise. Without protection or support, children and women are particularly vulnerable to modern slavery. This project aims to prevent child trafficking and modern day slavery through community and government action.Read about this project
Improving education and living standards for children and young people living in traditional Quranic education Majalis schools in The Gambia.Read about this project
Providing Water Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) in 20 secondary schools as a tool to promote the re-enrolment and retention in education of 7,400 vulnerable children (11-16 years) including 3,800 vulnerable girls and 200 children with disabilities living in earthquake-affected regions of Nepal.Read about this project
Overview of our work tackling child labour and modern slavery in Bangladesh and Nepal. This is an action research project into the triggers for the worst forms of child labour in Bangladesh and Nepal as part of the Asia Child Labour consortium.Read about this project
In Sierra Leone, the prevalence of teenage pregnancy is gradually becoming a crisis. This severely reduces the opportunities for girls to continue their education and negatively impacts their development and future opportunities. ChildHope is supporting teenage mothers through vocational training and livelihood support.Read about this project
We ensure child waste pickers have the skills, rights awareness & aspirations needed to access life changing opportunities & improve their health.Read about this project
Girls and disabled children face great barriers in accessing education. This project is part of the UK Government's Girls Education Challenge. Helping over a million of the world’s poorest girls improve their lives through education.Read about this project
Developing programmes to support working and street connected children that are led by children and encourage child participation and decision making.Read about this project
Around 150,000 of Mombasa's 1 million + population live in urban slum areas and on the streets. Street children are unfairly targeted by police, victims to illegal clean ups, and unjustly sentenced to prisons. Many street children in Mombasa become addicted to glue, using it to take away hunger pangs and stomach rotten food. ChildHope supports outreach activities and alternative education so these children have opportunities at better lives.Read about this project
Supporting girls vulnerable to poverty, gender discrimination, abuse at home, in schools and in communities which is forcing them into sexual exploitation.Read about this project
Bangladesh is the world’s 2nd largest producer of clothes for high street retailers. There are 3.5 million people working in 5000 factories. 85% are women.Read about this project