Entries by Amy Stegers

World Day Against Child Labour 12th June

Today is World Day Against Child Labour: Originally launched by the International Labour Organization (ILO) in 2002, its purpose is to bring the world’s attention to the extent and state of child labour, across the globe, as well as spur action needed to eliminate it. This year the joint campaign of World Day Against Child […]

HBH join Nipe Fagio, Working Towards SDG #14

Through the charity’s participation in CJ Eklund Fine Art Photography’s Empathy Between Species Project, the vulnerable kids in House of Blue Hope’s care have become more aware of the vulnerability of nature and the animals with which we share the planet.   After trips to the Every Living Thing animal sanctuary, as well as a […]

Urgent Need to Help The Rural Poor in Tanzania

  With the first month of 2018 rapidly drawing to a close, House of Blue Hope has been busier than ever. With the doubled capacity of the new girls’ house, the NGO has been working with the government to bring the most vulnerable young girls into its care. The demand for aid from charities such […]

Thank You to All Who Made 2017 Special

As the year comes to a close, the House of Blue Hope charity would like to take the opportunity to look back at some wonderful moments that have made its tenth year extra special, and thank all those that made it so fruitful. The year started with a boost when the charity welcomed the support […]

Empathy Between Species with Sea Sense NGO

As many of our Facebook followers will be aware, over the last few months, the House of Blue Hope charity has been a privileged participant in CJ Eklund Fine Art Photography’s Empathy Between Species Project: “a black and white portrait photography project that focuses on highlighting and increasing awareness about the treatment of animals in […]

Giving Tuesday November 28th 2017

As many of you will be aware, this year has been a busy one, with many exciting developments. With the doubling in capacity, enabling vulnerable girls to be welcomed into the charity’s care, as well as the opening of a community centre where training and workshops have been held to support the disadvantaged within the […]

Frank Puts Computer Programming into Practice

HBH would like to share a special project recently completed by Frank. Frank has chosen to pursue computer programming as part of his optional academic modules, and has written a report about constructing a functioning measuring kit: This kit measures distance from the ultrasonic sensor to the object or any obstacle which is in front […]

HBH Gets a Visit from HIV Education & Support Group

Always keen to broaden the horizons of the kids in its care, the charity took the opportunity to invite the good people from The Baobab Home to the community center in Mabibo. Their support group “Stronger Together” for HIV+ children aged 6 to 18 in Bagamoyo, was visiting Dar es Salaam, and took time out […]

HBH Soccer Squad Train for Kandanda Day 2017

Kandanda Day 2017 is fast approaching and will be held at DSM University College of Education at 9am on Saturday 21st October. The charity in Dar es Salaam has been taking part in Kandanda Day for the past three years, and is keen to improve upon past performances. The team representing the charity consists of […]

Learning to Realise Promise Prioritised by HBH

With ten years of successful experience helping the most vulnerable children in Tanzania, the House of Blue Hope charity takes the education of vulnerable children incredibly seriously. The charity shares the view of World Bank Group President Jim Yong Kim: “When delivered well, education promises young people employment, better earnings, good health, and a life without […]