Educational Programs

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Training Young Adults

New Hope Vocational Training Institute

New Hope Vocational Training Institute began in 2004 to train young adults who didn’t receive a proper education with skills to create sustainable lifestyles. Many young adults drop out of school after losing a parent(s) or enduring violent atmospheres.

New Hope Vocational Training Institute offers classes in skills such as carpentry, business communications, arts & crafts, agricultural practices, hairdressing, and business English. We have graduated more than 400 women and nearly 100 men since our inception, and many of our graduates give back to the BHTF community through mentoring younger students.

Educating Children

Hope Again Nursery and Primary School

Hope Again Nursery and Primary School, established in 2007, was started to educate the children of the Home Again Children’s Home. We saw a great need for more educational facilities as schools were overpopulated, especially a need in special attention for children with disabilities.

We have six classrooms for kindergarten and seven classrooms for upper primary. Hope Again Nursery and Primary School currently educates 305 children per year between day and boarding schools.

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