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.
Project HOPEFUL has wanted to have a presence in Uganda for some time but simply didn’t know where to start, but because our God is such an awesome God….He paved the way.
The first phase of the HOPE+ Sisterhood, Uganda will begin with 34
“Sisters”. Each woman is HIV+, on the proper medications and is in
need of a “hand up”. With your support, these sisters will begin
small business, expand their existing business or become educated in a
trade they wish to pursue.
We had the honor and privilege of meeting each and every one of these
sisters in early January. We were even able to visit many of them in
their homes and see their precious children. Their stories were
heartbreaking and touching. Some were still grieving and some were
exclaiming “I am HIV+ and I have no shame”.
The sisterhood program costs $45 a month for 6 months. We are calling
this phase 1 because we want to leave the door open for God to determine the next step.
At Project HOPEFUL we believe in the beautiful gift of adoption but
recognize this isn’t always the answer. This is a wonderful
opportunity to walk along side a precious woman and help her preservethe family that God has blessed her with.
If you are interested in becoming a sister or if you have any
questions about this program please email me at
To God be the Glory…..ALWAYS!
Project HOPEFUL is a 501(c)3 not for profit organization
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