Our Mission

Promote Human Development through responding to emergencies, fighting poverty, advocacy, and nurturing just and peaceful communities.

Our Vision

A community of Hope and social justice, where all people live in sustainable dignity and security with poverty overcome.

Our Core Values

Quality, Innovation, Professionalism, Teamwork, Efficiency, Sustainability, Transparency and Accountability

Our Area of Operation

We currently operate in Uganda responding to emergencies alongside our daily routine.

Our Impact


25,000 people have been served with clean water. This has led to improved education,Improvement to the lives of women and children

Maternal Child Health

18,000 people have receieved basic access to health services which has resulted into Improved health and wellbeing

Women Empowerment

1,500 women and girls have received training in vocational skills which has led to Improved socio-economic development.


150 talk shows have been held over radios advocating for gender equality and inclussion of OPDs reaching over 450,000 people.

Latest Release

Advert for Field Staff

HOCEFO seeks dynamic result oriented good team players to to conduct a Needs Assessment Survey to help her assess the community needs that shall aid decision making in the study districts.. The applicant should be willing to spend considerable number of days away from home on the data collection exercise. The candidate should have good communication and interpersonal skills, fluent in english and

Teenage Pregnancy

Hope Centre Foundation releases the Teenage Pregnancy Assessment Survey (TPAS 2021). The survey had 4526 respondents were interviewed with 23.02% (1042) boys, 13.25% (600) household heads and 63.72% (2884) girls aged 13 to 18 years. 63.7% (2884) girls aged 13 - 18 years were interviewed. 13.7% of the total pregnant girls were atleast 18 years old.

Advert for Field Staff

HOCEFO seeks dynamic result oriented good team players to work on the Mother to Child Assessment Inquiry (MCAI) survey. The applicant should be willing to spend considerable number of days away from home on the data collection exercise. The candidate should have good communication and interpersonal skills, fluent in english and

Communal Baseline Awareness Survey

The 2021 CBAS is onging and its tackling areas of health, education, water and sanitation and environment.Its being conduted in all districts of Bunyoyo region.Once the data collection is done, the report shall be availed to you on our website.

Some Services we do provide

We provide a number of services to interested clients on request and agreement.

Need some hand?

With our team of skilled volunteers, we are able to provide a number of services at an affordable cost so as to increase our local revenue to support our daily operations.

We provide computerized data collection services using CAPI which helps in real time transfer of the collected data and also providing artificial intelligence since the gadgets are monitored remotely using the GPS. This greatly improves the quality of data collected as target respondents are reached by the respective interviewers

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Is Hope Centre Foundation a non-governmental organisation?

    Hope Centre Foundation is not formally affiliated with any government, denomination, foundation or corporation, though it maintains positive working relationships with all of these. Because of this independent status, Hope Centre Foundation does meet the standard definition of a non-governmental organisation.

  • How is Hope Centre Foundation funded?

    Hope Centre Foundation receives a majority of its funding from individuals, foundations and corporations. Such private funding accounts for 63% of Hope Centre Foundation’s operating budget, with the rest coming from multilateral agencies and governments. While Hope Centre Foundation relies heavily on funds raised by its Partnership offices throughout the world, communities receiving assistance always contribute to their own development projects and have a real sense of ownership and true participation. Community involvement is integral to transformational development.

  • Do people living in project communities contribute to Hope Centre Foundation projects?

    Communities always contribute to development projects and have a real sense of ownership and true participation. Community participation is integral to transformational development.

  • Do Hope Centre Foundation projects projects create dependence on outside resources?

    No. Community development projects are designed to be sustainable with locally available resources, technology, materials, and leadership. Families and individuals share in project leadership, responsibilities, and activities from the start. They are well equipped and motivated to continue in these roles when Hope Centre Foundation ends its direct involvement in a community.

  • How does Hope Centre Foundation help children?

    Child sponsorship is an effective and fulfilling way to help give a child from a vulnerable community the chance of a brighter future.

    In order to thrive, children need to grow up in an environment that provides the essentials they need today along with hope and opportunities for tomorrow. Children need to enjoy good health and be cared for and protected. They need to be educated for life, be welcomed to participate in decisions that affect their lives and be free to choose to love God and their neighbours. Sponsors’ contributions fund vital development work in their sponsored child’s community, which over time results in a significant improvement in the children’s well-being.

    Hope Centre Foundation works with community groups and the children themselves to plan and carry out changes so that more children will gain opportunities to fulfil their potential in life. Sponsors witness these changes through progress reports from the community and personal communication with their sponsored children. Sponsors can encourage the child they sponsor by writing or even visiting their sponsored child and his or her family.

    By combining the donations given by many sponsors in a project area, Hope Centre Foundation works with a large community for an extended period – typically 5 years. This helps to achieve legitimate development objectives chosen by the community that will benefit sponsored children, their peers, all their families and the whole population. Typically, these activities relate to quality education, health, nutrition, and clean water.

    At its heart child sponsorship is a relationship-building tool. The community, the organisation and the sponsors all have opportunities for growth as they unite in the struggle to identify and deal with the effects and deeper causes of poverty.

  • Is Hope Centre Foundation formally tied to or a subsidiary of any other entity?

    Hope Centre Foundation is an independent private Christian organisation and is not formally affiliated with any government, denomination, foundation or corporation, though it maintains positive working relationships with all of these.

  • Does Hope Centre Foundation share the gospel or evangelise in its projects?

    Hope Centre Foundation does not proselytise. The organisation does not demand that people hear any religious message or convert to Christianity before, during, or after receiving assistance. Educational activities based on Christian values may occasionally be included in Hope Centre Foundation projects if appropriate and desired by the community. However, Hope Centre Foundation respects the religious beliefs and practices in countries where it operates and seeks mutual understanding with people of all faiths. Whenever appropriate, Hope Centre Foundation works in partnership with local churches and other faith-based organisations in an effort to work inclusively and collaboratively within existing community structures. Our focus is to respond to human need, and our compassion and professionalism reflect our faith.

  • Does Hope Centre Foundation accept interns and volunteers?

    Yes. We do accept interns especially between the months of April and August every year. As for the volunteers, we take volunteers in relation to the open volunteer positions available at a given time.

  • What criteria does Hope Centre Foundation employ in determining a project fit for a given community or group of people?

    All our projects and programs are fact driven. We determine a particular project based on figures from our baseline studies we conduct. However, project execution is subject to availability of funds.