SKILLS FOR SUSTAINABLE FUTURES

At WeSeeHope, we ensure vulnerable children in Southern and Eastern Africa have the skills to change their own futures. And we work with their families and communities to make sure they are supported along the way.

WHO WE ARE

We are an international development organisation supporting vulnerable children in Kenya, Malawi, Tanzania, Uganda and Zimbabwe.

WHAT WE DO

Working primarily across education, child rights and economic empowerment, we develop community-led and skills-based programmes.

HOW WE DO IT

We collaborate with a network of in-country partners, building their capacity to deliver our programmes where they are most needed.


“I like leading properly, so that I can brighten my future.”

Melody is the leader of her Kids’ Clubs in Kangoro, Kenya. She is using skills she has learnt to further her education so she can realise her dream of becoming a doctor or a dancer.

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LONDON MARATHON

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CORPORATE PARTNERSHIPS

Whether you’re a family-run businesses or a global bank, we want to partner with you to create sustainable change for thousands of vulnerable children.
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EVENTS & CHALLENGES

If you’re interested in fundraising for us, you can join us at one of our events, take on one of our challenges, or do your own thing!
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Beatrice is Melody’s grandmother and she is a member of our Village Investors Programme in Kangoro, Kenya. Through the savings and loans structure she has been able to grow her dairy and tea businesses.

“This helps to pay for things for my family, such as school fees for my grandchildren.”

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We are working with 217 communities across 5 countries in Southern and Eastern Africa.

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We are collaborating with 25 in-country partners to deliver our programmes.

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Our programmes are directly supporting 66,000 vulnerable children this year.

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This year, we are empowering 25,000 parents, guardians and community volunteers.

Melody & Beatrice’s Story

Find out more about how Melody and her grandmother Beatrice are opening up opportunities for their future.

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