HOPE. CHANGE. SELF-RELIANCE.

Breaking the cycle of hunger and poverty in marginalized communities in Southern Africa.

HOPE. CHANGE. SELF-RELIANCE.

Breaking the cycle of hunger and poverty in marginalized communities in Southern Africa.

HOPE. CHANGE. SELF-RELIANCE.

Breaking the cycle of hunger and poverty in marginalized communities in Southern Africa.

HOPE. CHANGE. SELF-RELIANCE.

Breaking the cycle of hunger and poverty in marginalized communities in Southern Africa.

For over 14 years, HISA has been empowering children and communities through education, food and nourishment, and capacity building. We aim to break the cycle of poverty and build resilience.

Events list

18 MAR
July 31 / 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Washington DC United States
18 MAR 2016
July 31 / 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Washington DC United States
18 MAR 2016
July 31 / 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Washington DC United States
18 MAR
July 31 / 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Washington DC United States
18 MAR
July 31 / 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Washington DC United States
18 MAR 2016
July 31 / 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Washington DC United States

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Latest News

1 week ago

Hope Initiatives Southern Africa- Namibia (HISA)

Happy International Day of the Girl Child! In honor of this day, we held a celebration with the girls from the HISA After School Youth Program. We decorated a poster while explaining the significance of the day, talked about our dreams, read stories focused on girls' empowerment, and enjoyed snacks and juice.

A special thank you to the EU, CESTAS, and HISA for their support of the event. We look forward to celebrating with the girls in the Otjizondjupa region in Okahandja!
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2 weeks ago

Hope Initiatives Southern Africa- Namibia (HISA)

Hope Initiatives Southern Africa -Namibia held a Boys Camp in the past week under the EU Project, which is c-founded by CESTAS and HISA.

The theme of the camp was BRO (Boys Respecting Others), and the camp was held at YWAM in Windhoek. 20 boys from HISA's after school program came together to learn about respect, stereotypes, alcohol abuse, HIV / AIDS, and healthy relationships. We also held a talent show where the boys showed off their dance moves, rapped, and performed a drama. It was a great night of celebrating their uniqueness and individual talents!

A special thank you to the EU, CESTAS, and HISA for their support of the event. Thank you also to Lobousky from Young Achievers Empowerment Project, who came to the camp to speak about dreams and the importance of having role models and a vision to work toward in life.

Similar Boys and Girls Camps will be held in the Otjizondjupa region in Okahandja under the same project.
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