Child Hope Foundation

CHF  exist as an advocate for children, to release them from , economic, social and physical poverty and empowering them to become responsible and fulfilled citizen

Child hope foundation (CHF)  is an independent,non profit organization,non-religious,non partisan  and   it was initiated and established in  year 2013 ,it was finally registered in 2014 in Dar es salaam Tanzania.  Child hope foundation aims at improving the quality of life of high vulnarable children and women at the grass root level .

The project operates in rural area of Kilimanjaro and Serengeti.These are tourism regions in Tanzania .Economically the residents are very poor and are peasants using hand hoes for production yields for food  and economy.The education level of the residents is low as some of them attained only   primary school.We  choose Serengeti and Kilimanjaro as our ideal sites for our Program because it is  the intersection of poverty and opportunities.

 CHF has since implemented programmes to  address these ills, it has learnt  that long-term sustainable and impact on these  children’s lives is best cultivated from their communities. After year of reflection, CHF’s  direction has shifted with greater emphasis on empowering vulnerable children in their communities.


  • Gain professional experience, explore Tanzania and volunteer teaching English, expanding opportunities for your students! Like most countries, the demand for English is constantly increasing Tanzania as international tourism and trade expand. While the importance of English as a second language is recognized and stressed, many poorer children are left without the opportunity to learn English. As a result, many poor Tanzanians are left without hope of higher career opportunities. CHF invites you to volunteer in Tanzania teaching English and improve educational environments for poor Tanzanian children;
  • CHF is currently partnering with hospitals, clinics and nonprofit organizations in Moshi and to help improve healthcare and treatment for Tanzanians. As a volunteer in Tanzania working in the Healthcare and Medical Project, you will work alongside local doctors and nurses and promote basic health, sanitation, disease prevention, family planning and much more throughout local  community. Many people in Tanzania have little to no access to healthcare, but with the help of volunteers, local organizations and clinics/hospitals can supply imperative treatment and community education;
  • With two-thirds of the world’s illiterate population female and countless girl still children not receiving a basic education, supporting women in developing countries is vital to helping overcome critical social issues such as poverty and unemployment. By supporting women in society and giving them access to equal opportunities such as an education, jobs and health care, everyone benefits. Infant mortality rates go down, more children stay in school, incomes increase and the cycle of poverty can be broken;
  • Volunteer in the HIV/AIDS Awareness Project in Tanzania and help to prevent the heartbreaking disease;
  • Livelihood is helpful term that covers all the various ways in which people support themselves and their families.It includes a wide range of activities including paid work,raising crop or livestock,using skills such as cooking,carpentry and small enterprises such as market stails, hairdressing or food processing;
  • This project is focused on guaranteeing free quality primary scholarship with the necessary infrastructure and equipment, as well as covering basic needs in school, food, health and hygiene;
  • The popular southern/central part (Seronera Valley), is what the Maasai called the “serengit”, the land of endless plains. It’s classic savannah, dotted with acacias and filled with wildlife. The western corridor is marked by the Grumeti River, and has more forests and dense bush. The north, Lobo area, meets up with Kenya’s Masai Mara Reserve, is the least visited section.

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