The Many Hopes Justice Framework is a template for sustainable, replicable justice globally.
About Many Hopes
Many Hopes was founded in 2009 by British journalist Thomas Keown and Kenyan journalist Anthony Mulongo. Originally launched as One Home Many Hopes it has grown into a global community of local staff, volunteers, sponsors and investors.
Many Hopes Mission
Many Hopes is a long-term strategic solution to the corruption and poverty that exploits the most vulnerable girls and boys. When the poorest children in the world have education and confidence and network they will be free from governments that exploit them and free to make their own choices. They will not need charity.
They will be the solution to the poverty and corruption that hurts their country and exploited them. If we stand with them now.
Many Hopes staff, donors and volunteers are bold, aspirational and relentless. They know real impact takes time and they are committed to it. They will show you childhoods redeemed, young girls excelling in school, and young women desiring and able to defeat the causes of what they endured. And they will invite you into the joy of partnering with them as they fulfill their potential.
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