Education

Education is one of the greatest challenge to children in Africa, Asia and Latin America.

Clean Water

Children are the most vulnerable group as access to clean water and sanitation is very much miserable this day.

Health

Childhood sicknesses are the main cause of death in Africa, Asia and Latin America (Developing Countries).

What we do

Better Education

Education is one of the greatest challenges to children in Africa, Asia, and Latina America. Research indicates that more than 263 million children are out of school globally and Sub-Saharan African children are the most excluded in the world. The majority of children fail to get quality education in many of the developing countries in which Hope 4 World Children operates.

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Street Children

Let us bring together much we can to lift this homeless street children living in Addis Ababa.

Feed Yemen and Syria Children

Feed Yemen & Syrian children's
What We Do?

“We are Non-Profit and Non-Government Organization

Hope 4 World Children is a legally licensed non-profit organization and registered under Federal Income Tax Under Internal Revenue Code (IRC) Section 501 (c) (3); dedicated to give hope for the hopeless children around the world.  

Clean Water

In Africa, Asia and Latin America, both natural and man-made crises are the recurring challenges for the community. Only in Ethiopia, more than 62 million people have problem related to clean water.

Our Mission

The Hope 4 World Children is driven by a passionate belief, provide clean water, opportunity for education and health for children in critical situations in Africa, Asia and Latin America.

Health Problem

Childhood sicknesses are the main cause of death in Africa, Asia and Latin America (Developing Countries). Numerous investigations in Africa revealed that infectious diseases as the leading causes of under age of five children death This is true in Ethiopia, Yemen and Syria,  as well.

Education

Education is one of the greatest challenge to children in Africa, Asia and Latina America. Research indicates that more than 263 million children are out of school globally and Sub-Saharan African children are the most excluded in the world.