Sharing Hope

Hope at the Border

This past week, I took an intern vacation and flew to El Paso, TX to visit my best friend. Though I have had the opportunity to travel Europe and spend time in Tanzania, prior to this I had not strayed off the East Coast of the United States.

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Hope is that snuggly teddy bear...

Hope is what sustains us. Hope fuels us. Hope unites us. Hope is universal. I founded Project Have Hope in 2006 because I was inspired by the abundance of hope demonstrated by women who had faced horrific circumstances, but were undeterred, were hopeful. 

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What I Have Seen in 11 Years

11 years is a long time.  A decade.  A lifetime for the young.  An eternity in Uganda’s Acholi Quarter.  January 2017 marked 11 years since the “official” inception of Project Have Hope.  In that time, I have seen children born and namesakes grow.

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