The HOPE+ Sisterhood program was developed in honor of the mothers of the children of Project HOPEFUL volunteers who have died of complications related to AIDS. This program seeks to offer HOPE to HIV+ mothers and to prevent unnecessary loss for their families. The original HOPE+ Sisterhood started in Ethiopia with 14 mothers. It was a residential facility that brought hope to mothers by offering them skill training, jobs and even micro-loans to start small businesses. The HOPE + Sisterhood moved to Uganda in 2013. Stay tuned for further expansions around the world!
Each year, we transition a new and/or continuing group of sisters into our program. The program fees vary based on the country, so see the individual country pages for specific information.
At Project HOPEFUL we believe in the beautiful gift of adoption but recognize adoption isn’t always the best answer. The Sisterhood Program is a wonderful opportunity to walk along side a precious woman and help her preserve the family that God has blessed her with.