Our vision is to empower orphaned children through sustainable solutions, shifting the mindset from dependency towards a self sufficient, more hopeful future. 


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Your future isn't really hopeful if you're entirely dependent on donations from strangers. One of our goals is to enable the child headed families programme and the vocational school to become financially sustainable in the long term.

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Vocational School

Edith’s Hope built and manages a residential vocational school for orphaned children to learn skills that will empower them to earn a wage in order to support themselves and their families.

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Child Headed Families project

Child headed families are where one or both parents have died, often from HIV or other impacts of extreme poverty, leaving the eldest child with responsibility for all of their siblings.

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Our impact

400

Orphaned children supported every year 

3000

Orphaned children supported since we started

150,000

Meals provided every year 

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Latest news

  • Impact of covid-19 on girls

    It is feared that nearly a third of Uganda's students will never return to school. Eighteen months into the pandemic, up to 10 million primary and secondary school students have been kept at home, whilst Uganda has closed schools for the longest period of any country. Read more

  • Hut Building update Sept 2021

    Tom Omaswa leads our child headed families project and is also responsible for the construction of homes for each family. Here is his update on how it's going this year. Read more

  • Hut Building project

    We build sustainable brick built homes for orphaned families. Read more

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  • Summer in the Meadows

    Edith's Hope is proud to announce SUMMER IN THE MEADOWS! An outdoor screening of the Men's Wimbledon Final and an evening showing of King Richard! Read more

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