On 14th August 2020, all staff of Hope of Family participated in a one-day training on “Hope of Family Theory of Change” focusing on four pillars of Hope of Family namely Family Resilience Actions, Children Education Support, Family Awareness and Capacity Development as well as Family commitment and Actions. All the four pillars lead to the Family’s Hope and sustainable livelihoods.
Held in Muhanga District where Hope of Family’s activities are implemented locally, the training was provided by Mpayimana Aimable, the Founder and Legal Representative of this Non-profit organization whose main mission is to alleviate families from extreme poverty through Children’s Education.
Mr. Mpayimana explains that “this training is a refresher to all staff to get understand well the reason for the existence of those four pillars as well as to have the common understanding on the long-term vision of Hope of Family.”
According to Mfateneza Emmanuel, the Executive Director of Hope of Family, “After this training all the staff will be able to act based on the updated action plan of the organization in order to fully achieve the HoF goal which is: to promote parental involvement in their children education while improving families’socio-economic status as well as enabling Families to live a decent life with appropriate and timely involvement in their children education.”