HHOME is proud to say that with each orphan completing the program, they are equipped to enter the workforce with a vocation that not only will increase their quality of living, but increase the neighboring community as well. With a train the trainer approach, each household then becomes empowered and energized for success. Training opportunity costs will vary by the program selected. The approximate costs are quite achievable ranging from $120-$150 per year per student. For as little as $10 per month your sponsorship will provide the tools and training to equip a vulnerable child with the skills to provide from themselves and their extended family.

Year 1:

  • Select program and receive supplies

  • Begin training with qualified instructor

  • Learn to balance their own bank account

  • Begin earning wages

  • Contribute to program cost by working local crops

      as a group

 

Year 2:

  • Required to invest earnings into crop supplies

      and maintenance

  • Continued training

  • Continued budgeting with earned income

 

Year 3:

  • Require to purchase all supplies for the crops

  • Final training up until graduation

  • Qualified to become an instructor for incoming students

Programs Available:

  • Carpentry

  • Barber/Hair Stylist

  • Welding

  • Bakery/Tea Room

  • Tailor/Sewing

  • Auto Mechanic

  • Technical Arts

  • Computer/Copy/Printing

  • Gardening

                HHOME

To donate to HHOME please use the PayPal link above. All donations are tax-deductable. For more information use the HHOME link on the tool bar. Thank you for your support as we equip the younger generation in one of the worlds poorest countries to have skills to support themselves and their family.

HHOME is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization

Here are pictures of the team in their selected field

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One of four learning tailoring.

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Corn farming.

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Groceries

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Started out with seeds, fertilizer and chemicals to these beautiful tomatoes. 

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The barber opened his shop in his village without electricity, he has a solar power system that is working well.

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Hope House kids got haircuts from the new barbers. 

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     Corn is almost ready.

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Groceries

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Students attended a banking and business training.