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How your support reaches other ministries in Africa, who want to find out more about our work in trauma care with vulnerable and traumatised children.

Many Christian ministries approach us to find out more about our work in trauma care, so much so that we recently held a symposium for them in Kenya....

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How your support is helping us to strengthen this family so the mum doesn’t have to work nearly 70 hours a week in a quarry, breaking stones in the sweltering Kenya sun

If it wasn’t for our Hall Mead school, Chineye and Bishara would have to work in the nearby quarries with their mum.

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Thanks to our Family Strengthening Programme in Kenya, ‘Super Gran’ Esther can now care for her five orphaned grandchildren.

Our Family Strengthening Programmes in Kenya empower wonderful loving grandmothers like Esther to care for their orphaned grandchildren. ‘Super Gran’...

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The importance of keeping vulnerable children in families - Isabella's story

One of our main goals throughout the Kids Alive ministry is family reunification (when it is safe and wise to do so).

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How expressive art therapy  can help with healing, especially for traumatised girls at our Oasis Care Centre in Guatemala

Art therapy is a key part of our ‘trauma informed care’ programme for many of the traumatised children in our care.

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Time and patience when serving vulnerable children

Here is a helpful story from one of our missionaries serving in Guatemala, as she ministers patiently and lovingly to a deeply wounded girl.

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The journey many of our children go on

For vulnerable children and orphans, the journey from the pain of their past to a future of hope and wholeness is one with many starts and stops, inevitable...

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The four key goals for each child

The needs of the children we serve vary according to continent, country, community, and circumstances. But our team has identified four common goals for...

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The importance of fun!

Our children from Casa Monte Plata in Dominican Republic have a great time at the Semana Santa Camp! Activities included swimming in the river, playing...

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Caring for traumatised children

Hope for Kids and the Kids Alive family rescue some of the world’s most vulnerable children, with each one having their own heart-rending story to tell....

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Why free school dinners are so important (focus on Hall Mead School)

Marcus Rashford's campaign to ensure that poorer children receive free school meals has certainly rung a few bells with us here at Hope for Kids. Our...

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