Heart of Compassion

Heart of Compassion Initiative is a campaign that supports life as a gift that keeps on giving. The program is aimed at helping and sharing with vulnerable families that struggle to make ends
meet.
Under the Heart of Compassion Initiative, we aim to:

  • Help feed vulnerable families.
  • Help raise fees for needy students going back to school.
  • Help sustain and upscale income-generating activities for vulnerable households.
  • Help educate and train vulnerable youth.

This is typically achieved by, first identifying families that need help and tapping into our networks to address their predicament.
Heart of Compassion brings together individuals and institutions willing to take impactful steps towards bettering the lives of others.
Activities that enable us to deliver on this
mandate include Monthly Food Drives, Corporate Partnerships, Individual Appeals as well as seeking bursaries and sponsorships for selected beneficiaries.
To be part of this noble cause donate or volunteer with us.

With the current floods, the number of the impoverished families is on the rise. Woman’s Hope hence established a program to help provide these families with the basic requirements and essential food support. Currently, there are 105 families enrolled in the “Adopt a Family” program. Families are selected based on various criteria, including income level, household composition, and vulnerability indicators. Priority is given to families facing extreme poverty, food insecurity, or other socio-economic challenges.

Kenya has faced significant challenges with flooding, particularly due to heavy seasonal rains that cause rivers to overflow, leading to widespread damage and displacement. Factors contributing to the severity of flooding in Kenya include:

Recent floods in Kenya have led to loss of life, destruction of property, displacement of communities, and outbreaks of waterborne diseases. The Kenyan government, alongside various NGOs and international bodies, continues to work on disaster management strategies, including early warning systems, improved infrastructure, and community education to mitigate the impact of future flood