of Good Hope is situated in the township Katutura in Windhoek, Namibia.
It is a soupkitchen for poor vulnerable children, streetchildren and
orphans. Home of Good Hope was established in 2007 by the namibian
woman, Monica Imanga, and a canadian nurse, Eileen Green.
The project is a tribute to Monica's 16 year old daughter who
died of Aids. Every week more than 380 children come to Home of Good
Hope. With the help of fundings from Canada, Sweden and Holland
Monica provides two daily meals Monday - Friday.
many of these children this meal is their only source of nutrition and
makes it crucial for survival. Malnutrition and vitamin deficiencies
are a fact.
lot of the children are not in school because it is too expensive.
purpose of this webpage is to promote a fundraising to help Monica help
and create a better future for the children of home of good hope.
Providing better nutrition and education are two of the aims.
initiative to this fundraising project is taken by Hannah Fisher
Wadman, Caroline Johansson and Frida Nilsson, Gothenburg, Sweden in
cooperation with Monica Imanga Windhoek, Namibia.