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WHO WE ARE

OUR CORE VALUES

  • Women have unique value in all societies. We radically oppose depreciating women.

  • We pursue zero discrimination towards women.

  • We want girls and young women to be restored holistically. Women should be valued, respected and protected.

  • Our goal is to align with Homes of Hope culture—not necessarily any nation or people.

  • We believe in community-based solutions.

OUR VISION

 

Homes of Hope exists to create a culture where women and children are free from the stigmas and cycles of forced sex. We believe that no child should have his or her innocence stolen. 

 

Homes of Hope (HoH) works with victims of forced sex. Most of the girls and mothers who come to HoH are young, pregnant, traumatized, and lacking direction. Despite their past, we believe that girls can assertively move towards a positive and productive future for themselves and for their child.

OUR MISSION

 

Every girl’s road to success is different. Homes of Hope uses an individualistic and holistic approach to restoring a survivor of forced sex. Girls, young single mothers, and their children are empowered and equipped to gain their dignity and value and to break the cycles of forced sex in a residential setting.

 

Through grassroots efforts, Homes of Hope reaches out to community leaders and families to educate and empower them to create safety nets that protect girls from sexual abuse, sexual violence, and to care for survivors.

Fiji originated.

A group of Fijian business people start the charity.

HoH Operations begun.

1996

FOUNDED

Leased and moved to the 40 acres in the Wailoku Valley.

Increased census as dormitories were built.

Networking with stakeholders established for field work.   

2005

WAILOKU MOVE

Extended to create prevention & protection in Fijian communities.

Knowledge sharing with Malawi began. Regional work in Solomon Islands.

Increased capacity to build knowledgeable, trained, and experienced management team leaders. 

2015

COMMUNITY PREVENTION

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2000

GROWTH

Rented two large houses during the coup. 

Started training programs in preschool & bread bakery.

2010

TRAINING SCHOOL

Began Training & Social Enterprise in farming, bakery and guest house.

Developed strong strategies for restoration and counseling.

FUTURE

CORE funding support predominantly from Fiji donors and corporations.

Developing Leadership to build strong governance & stability .

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